24 Foolproof Seafood Recipes Anyone Can Cook
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You don’t have to be a master chef to make these delicious seafood recipes
24 Foolproof Seafood Recipes Anyone Can Cook
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24 Foolproof Seafood Recipes Anyone Can Cook

24 Foolproof Seafood Recipes Anyone Can Cook
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Fish can certainly be a fiddly thing to cook if you are new to it. It can also be somewhat daunting — knowing when the fish is cooked, how to tell if its fresh, and even flipping a fillet in a pan may all be aspects of fish cookery that intimidate unfamiliar cooks. The good news is there are so many recipes out there that are practically guaranteed to work. Bold flavors, easy techniques, and straightforward recipes mean that absolutely anyone can pull off cooking a tasty fish dish. Whether you want something quick and easy for a hectic weeknight meal or something more elegant for a dinner party, there is a recipe to help! Some of these wonderful recipes will sway even diehard fish-haters, and all of them are foolproof.

Alaska Pollock Bánh Mì Sliders

A refreshing spin on the classic Vietnamese sandwich, this fish dish will have fish lovers and loathers alike champing at the bit.

For the Alaska Pollock Bánh Mì Sliders recipe, click here.

Asian-Style Baked Rockfish

Simply cooked in the oven, this baked rockfish is seasoned with a wonderful full-flavored sauce that will taste delicious every time. Serve this with a side of rice for a simple, easy dinner that tastes divine.

For the Asian-Style Baked Rockfish recipe, click here.

Atlantic Salmon Grilled With Fennel, Lime, and Sumac

Roasting a whole fish needn’t be intimidating. This lovely recipe combines lime, sumac, and chili for a bold-flavored fish that will be delicious and look far more labor-intensive than it actually is.

For the Atlantic Salmon Grilled With Fennel, Lime, and Sumac recipe, click here.

Couscous Stew With Grilled Calamari and Zhoug

The secret to this dish is the fiery zhoug — a spicy cilantro relish that is the perfect seafood condiment.

For the Couscous Stew With Grilled Calamari and Zhoug recipe, click here.

Foil-Baked Cod With Oranges, Scallions, and Ginger

Foil-baked fish is so easy to do — no fiddly flipping of fillets required!

For the Foil-Baked Cod With Oranges, Scallions, and Ginger recipe, click here.

Grilled Fish Tacos and Taco Sauce

Fish tacos are a great way to eat fish; they’re quick to make, and everyone can add their favorite toppings, so even fussy eaters can be satisfied.

For the Grilled Fish Tacos and Taco Sauce recipe, click here.

Grilled Glazed Sweet and Spicy Salmon

Grilled Glazed Sweet and Spicy Salmon
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This failsafe recipe has just five ingredients, which all come together to create a dish that is definitely greater than the sum of its parts.

For the Grilled Glazed Sweet and Spicy Salmon recipe, click here.

Hawaiian Poke-Style Tuna Rice Bowl

If you are really unsure of cooking fish at home, just skip that step all together. make sure you buy sish grade tuna when you make this dish.

For the Hawaiian Poke-Style Tuna Rice Bowl recipe, click here.

Jamie Oliver’s Classic Venetian Spaghetti Vongole

Jamie Oliver’s Classic Venetian Spaghetti Vongole
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What doesn’t go with spaghetti? In my opinion, very little. This simple Venetian dish combines clams, garlic, a hint of chili, and plenty of parsley for a truly delectable dish that can be ready in no time at all.

For the Jamie Oliver’s Classic Venetian Spaghetti Vongole recipe, click here.

Kedgeree

Fish for brunch?! That might sound strange, but this traditional English curry-spiced rice dish, with hot smoked trout, boiled eggs, and a smattering of sweet dried currants is a perfect dish to share with family and friends.

For the Kedgeree recipe, click here.

Mediterranean Fish Stew With Chard

This hearty stew makes for an elegant meal that can be made in less than 30 minutes — perfect for a last-minute dinner party.

For the Mediterranean Fish Stew With Chard recipe, click here.

Mediterranean Salmon en Papillote

Mediterranean Salmon en Papillote
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Cooking salmon need not be an intimidating task. Wrapping in its own parchment envelope (“en papillot”) means you will create an even cooking environment to ensure your fish is perfectly cooked.

For the Mediterranean Salmon en Papillote recipe, click here.

Mezze Rigatoni With Swordfish and Black Olives

This light and refreshing rigatoni recipe is full of bold ingredients like capers and black olives that go wonderfully with swordfish.

For the Mezze Rigatoni With Swordfish and Black Olives recipe, click here.

Monkfish Curry

The firmness of monkfish makes it perfect to use in a curry. The flavors in this dish are great, and you may find that even people who don’t like fish love this curry.

For the Monkfish Curry recipe, click here.

One-Pan Salmon Pasta With Kale

One-Pan Salmon Pasta With Kale
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Make this dish effortlessly in a single pan, and enjoy a delicious meal — made even more wonderful by the knowledge that doing the dishes will be a breeze.

For the One-Pan Salmon Pasta With Kale recipe, click here.

Pan-Seared Alaska Halibut With Red Curry and Basmati Rice

Pan-Seared Alaska Halibut With Red Curry and Basmati Rice
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This healthy recipe can be on the plate in just 35 minutes. Excellent!

For the Pan-Seared Alaska Halibut With Red Curry and Basmati Rice recipe, click here.

Pecan-Crusted Halibut

Chopped pecans add a great crunchy texture to halibut while dill gives the dish a wonderfully aromatic flavor.

For the Pecan Crusted Halibut recipe, click here.

Shrimp With Green Curry

Shrimp With Green Curry
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This dish is sure to get a wow! when you bring it to the table, and the best part is that is so easy to prepare. Using jarred Thai green curry paste means you get maximum flavor in no time at all.

For the Shrimp With Green Curry recipe, click here.

Simple Beer-Battered Rockfish Tacos

Don’t be afraid of a little deep frying action — even if things get a bit messy, these tacos will still taste great.

Spicy Shrimp Ceviche

Spicy Shrimp Ceviche
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This is a great ceviche for anyone who is a bit iffy about raw fish. Poached shrimp are dressed in a full-flavored ceviche dressing for a classy and refreshing appetizer.

For the Spicy Shrimp Ceviche recipe, click here.

Spicy Garlicky Prawns

Spicy Garlicky Prawns
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Piri-piri sauce is the secret ingredient in these finger-licking-good pan-fried prawns.

For the Spicy Garlicky Prawns recipe, click here.

Stir-Fried Shrimp, Edamame, and Pine Nut Lettuce Wraps

Stir-Fried Shrimp, Edamame, and Pine Nut Lettuce Wraps
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These lettuce wraps are so tasty and fun to eat, you won’t even notice you’re eating a super-healthy meal.

For the Stir-Fried Shrimp, Edamame, and Pine Nut Lettuce Wraps recipe, click here.

Whole Baked Fish With Lemon and Ouzo

This recipe uses ouzo — an anise-flavored liquored from Greece and Cyprus — to inject great flavor into this whole baked fish. It is an easy recipe full of fragrance and a wonderful citrusy zing.

For the Whole Baked Fish With Lemon and Ouzo recipe, click here.

Wild Alaska Salmon Fajitas

Make Mexican night at home that much healthier. Salmon is rich in vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids, making it a great substitute for anyone trying to cut down on red meat.

For the Wild Alaska Salmon Fajitas recipe, click here.