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Fish Recipes and Cooking Tips

 I love eating fish. Not only are they a delicacy, but they are SO good for you. The omega-3 content and the good nutrients and oil in the fish are among the best things for you, and really hard to find in such a quantity in other foods. There are so many ways to prepare fish, after all, humans have been cooking fish for thousands of years, and some countries completely depended on fish for food. That is why we've collected our very best fish recipes here for you to enjoy. Bon Appétit!
 
Fish has long been considered one of the healthiest foods offered by our planet. Apart from being easy to cook and great to eat, fish are teeming with a great deal of fat, vitamins, minerals, and nutrients that can improve your overall health, including your brain, vision, and immune system. When you learn about the research-proven benefits of fish, you'll see why fish are such irreplaceable treats to add to your weekly diet.
 
Most nutritional advice says that you should be eating more fish. Yet, while it may be good for you, cooking fish can often go wrong. In fact, it's easy for fish to go soggy, or become unpleasantly dry, or fall apart in the pan. Generally speaking, cooking fish is quick and easy, but it is very delicate too, making it surprisingly easy to mess up. So, what are you doing wrong?
 
Fish cakes can be served as a starter or a main course, but either way, they're a firm favorite with children and anyone who likes a simple, wholesome, but tasty and very satisfying meal. An important thing to remember here is that good-quality tinned salmon makes better fish cakes than fresh salmon, so don't feel the need to cook some salmon just for this.
 
One of our favorite recipes is this simple and easy-to-make fish stew. It takes less than 30 minutes, from start to finish, to make and is delicious beyond belief. This stew works best with a firm white fish, such as cod or halibut. You can also use red snapper or tilapia if you so wish. However, we recommend that you stay away from using delicate fish such as sole, or oily fish such as tuna. If you want, for a bit of added variety, you can also add some shrimps, clams, and/or scallops to the stew.
 
There are few things more satisfying than a good fish pie. Packed full of flavor and hearty, fish pies are the epitome of comfort food. Not only are they absolutely delicious, but they’re also extremely easy to make.
 
I always forget how tasty, healthy, and easy fish tacos are until I make some, and then vow to do it more often. They’re adaptable to any type of inexpensive white fish that you might be able to find in your local market. I like to use sole, catfish, or snapper, but it’s entirely up to you what fish you use.
 
There are several different ways to cook fish, such as roasting, frying, and baking, but do all these methods benefit us? What cooking method helps to maintain the nutritional value of fish in the best way? The answers to these questions can be found in this article, which lists the five common methods of cooking fish, and their effect on this beloved and healthy food.
 
If there's one chef I always look to for recipes it is Gordon Ramsay. In this video, he showcases some unique recipes and methods of cooking with fish. Be sure to give one of these recipes a go.
 
Fish dishes are an easy and great way to provide ourselves and people close to us fast and healthy meals full of protein and amino acids. Just as there are different types of red meat and poultry, under the sea there is a huge selection of delicious fish to be turned into many dishes, especially tuna fish which most people like very much. Therefore, we’ve collected 6 different tuna recipes in its many forms, that will make you feel full yet still light and relaxed. Enjoy!
 
The 4 recipes we selected, highlight how multifunctional smoked salmon can be: one is a one-pot pasta, another one is a quick soup, the third one is a yummy quiche and the last one the ultimate spread. All of these recipes are easy, versatile, healthy and use ingredients you already have in your kitchen. 
 
Fish is delicious and healthy, but there are so many varieties, each requiring a special approach and preparation, and this alone can discourage some people from including more of it in their diet, which is a real shame. Even people who love fish rarely venture out of their comfort zone and usually stick to salmon or red snapper because they are believed to be “easy fish” to cook, but the truth is that with a little bit of knowledge, any fish can become easy.
 
It’s official, and has been for some time - the healthiest meat around is one many don’t even consider meat to begin with: fish. Fish is rich in protein, omega 3 fatty acids, minerals, and vitamins. The American Heart Association recommends eating fish at least twice a week, as the health benefits of fish are associated with a lower risk of heart disease, one of the top 3 causes of death in Western countries.
 
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