Great Fish Dinners from Food Network Magazine

Browse easy and delicious fish recipes from Food Network Magazine. 

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Photo By: Antonis Achilleos

Photo By: Antonis Achilleos Prop Stylist: Marina Malchin 917 751 2855

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Baked Fish and Chips

Coated with egg whites and crispy rice cereal, this lightened-up version of fish and chips has a satisfying crunch that's just as good as the fried original. Serve with oven-baked fries and tartar sauce to make it the real deal. 

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Tilapia with Escarole and Lemon-Pepper Oil

You can cook everything for this recipe in one pot—starting with the fingerling potatoes and ending with the tilapia. Quick and easy, this dish is both an ideal weeknight meal as well as an elegant dinner party entree. 

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Portuguese-Style Fish Stew

You don't need a bunch of different kinds of shellfish to make a tasty seafood stew. Choose a firm, white flesh fish (this recipe calls for striped bass), include plenty of vegetables and season well. Toasted crusty bread is key for soaking up the flavorful broth. 

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Baja Fish Tacos

Piled with battered fish, sweet and citrusy slaw, avocado and fresh salsa, these tacos are reminiscent of the type of fresh beachside fare you’d find in Baja California. 

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Asian Steamed Fish

Add bold, fresh flavor to your steamed fish dinner by sandwiching scallions and ginger in between two fish fillets before cooking. For spice and texture, top each dish with garlicky stir-fried jalapeno and bell pepper matchsticks.  

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Mahi Mahi with Cauliflower

For perfectly cooked mahi mahi, sear the fillet for a few minutes before finishing it off in the oven. Round out the dish with a fresh squeeze of lemon and cauliflower. Golden raisins, toasted almonds and coriander liven up this vegetable side dish.

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Catfish Piccata

Incorporate more fish into your diet by altering your go-to chicken dishes. Catfish piccata tastes equally delicious as the more traditional version.  

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Soy-Maple Salmon

Soy sauce, maple syrup, garlic and fresh orange juice may seem like an unlikely combination of ingredients, but together they make a delicious sweet and savory salmon marinade.

Get the Recipe: Soy-Maple Salmon