Fish Recipes

Fish can be prepared in a variety of ways. It can be uncooked (raw) (cf. sashimi). It can be cured by marinating (cf. escabeche), pickling (cf. pickled herring), or smoking (cf. smoked salmon). Or it can be cooked by baking, frying (cf. fish and chips), grilling, poaching (cf. court-bouillon), or steaming. Many of the preservation techniques used in different cultures have since become unnecessary but are still performed for their resulting taste and texture when consumed.


Aljotta – Maltese Fish Soup

Aljotta is a hearthy, spicy fish soup that can be taken as a light meal, starter or a main course depending on portion size. This soup calls for the whole fish – head and tail included – in order to develop the best flavour possible. Because eating meat during Lent was not permitted, Aljotta was very popular during Lent.

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Baked Blue-Eye Cod with Potatoes

A tasty combination of Blue eye cod fillets with Roma tomatoes, potatoes, and fresh herbs to spark up a cold winters night. A straight-forward recipe that’s easy to prepare.

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Baked Coral Trout Fillets with Asian Salad

Deliciously baked Coral Trout fillets served with a fresh Asian herb salad topped with a tamarind dressing.

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Baked Red Snapper with Ricotta Stuffing

An easy fish recipe with tasty stuffing for the perfect seafood meal.

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Baked Snapper in Salt Crust

This is the easiest way to cook fish, ever. The salt crust creates a sort of mini-oven around the fish and keeps all the moisture trapped inside, resulting in the juiciest fish you’ll ever taste.

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Bergensk Fiskesuppe – Bergen Fish Soup with Fish Dumplings

Bergen fish soup is a velvety mix of cream, fish, and root vegetables that is lifted with sugar and vinegar. The trick with this soup is to taste as you go along to get the right balance of sweetness and sourness.

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Blackened Snapper with Mango Salsa

This fish recipe makes a great weeknight meal or a beautiful first course. The blackened fish with the colourful mango salsa are very attractive on a white plate and the flavours are a perfect contrast of sweet and spicy.

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Blue Eyed Cod with Garlic Mustard Butter

Lovely barbecued blue-eyed cod cutlets with a drizzle each of butter combined with Dijon mustard, garlic, and dill.

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Blue-Eye Cod Curry

Fresh and healthy Blue-Eye Cod fish curry makes a great meal choice.

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Blue-Eye Cod with Herb Butter

White fish are low in cholesterol and kilojoules, but high in valuable minerals, including potassium and phosphorus, and have useful quantities of niacin.

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Blue-Eye Cod with Mango Salsa

Try this low-fat, quick and easy meal from blue-eyed cod and mango salsa that’s full of flavour. A simply divine combination for when mangoes are in season. Try to choose a mango that’s firm or even a little under-ripe with its skin tinged with green.

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Blue-Eyed Cod and Snow Pea Stir-fry

Try this quick and easy stir fry of Blue eyed cod and snow peas. The remaining ingredients make for a delicate Asian flavour.

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Crumbed Tilapia Bites

Quick and easy panko crusted fish fingers to enjoy with a spicy dipping sauce.

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Equatorial Guinean Grilled Fish with Three Sauces

This recipe, Equatorial Guinean Grilled Fish with Three sauces, is one of the traditional and staple recipes of that country. As we’ve researched recipes from all around the world, we’ve come to notice many patterns and tastes in various regions. In this case, the importance of peanut butter in Central African cooking has stood out.

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Fish and Cheese Tacos

A tasty and easy to make midweek meal or snack of tasty tacos filled with firm fish fillets, lettuce, and vegetable salsa all topped with grated cheddar cheese.

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