Fish Recipes

Our collection of fish and seafood recipes are swimming in hundreds of ways to prepare fish–broiled, grilled, pan-fried and poached dishes, including a large selection of salmon recipes.

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10+ Impressive Whole Fish Recipes to Make at Home

Restaurant-worthy whole fish dinners certainly look intimidating, but they're actually pretty easy to create in the comfort of your own kitchen (if you know what you're doing, of course). Whether you're in the mood for snapper (we love this Whole Roasted Red Snapper with Potatoes and Onions), branzino (fresh citrus brightens up the mild fish in this recipe), or something else (Grilled Trout with Cherry Compote, anyone?), you're going to want to bookmark this collection of impressive whole fish recipes. 

20 Best Sides For Fish

These easy sides perfectly complement fish dinners. Whether you're planning to feast on salmon (try these deceptively simple Haricots Verts with Warm Shallot Vinaigrette), tilapia (you'll love these Orange-Tarragon Sheet Pan Roasted Vegetables), or something else (if all else fails, you can't go wrong with Super-Crispy Oven Fries), these fish side dishes are sure to impress. 

Our Best Recipes for Grilled Fish

Try these simple grilled fish recipes for sizzling-good meals.

20+ Best Fish Taco Recipes

With their myriad of delicious toppings and homemade sauces, fish tacos are a flavorful way to take advantage of mild, budget-friendly fish (like tilapia) or fish you caught yourself and tucked away in the freezer. They're also a healthy alternative to tacos featuring ground beef or steak, and an easy way to work fish into your weekly meal rotation.

20+ Fish Dinners Ready in 15 Minutes

Serving a hearty meal fresh from the sea is easier than you think.

13 Ways to Fancy-Up Frozen Fish Sticks Into a Respectable Dinner

Meet your new budget-friendly freezer superstar
By Stacey Ballis

Inspiration and Ideas

There’s Never Been a Better Time to Conquer Your Fear of Cooking Fish
Fish is one of the easiest, fastest, most nutritious proteins you can cook—why save it for eating-out occasions only?