If you like sweet, sticky, garlicky goodness, this recipe is right up your alley. The sauce is easy to make and so all you need is a great piece of salmon to go along with it.
Traeger is kind of a big deal in the world of smoking meats, so naturally, this recipe caught our attention. The best part, besides the taste, of course, is that it requires minimal effort to prepare and cook, so you can basically do it in your sleep, although we don’t recommend sleep cooking.
This is the perfect recipe for all ages. It calls for a simple brown sugar and soy sauce marinade, which you probably already have on hand.
For all of you teriyaki lovers out there, this teriyaki salmon will knock your socks off. The sauce can double down and be used for chicken as well, just in case you want to make a double batch for another night.
If you want a meal that feels and tastes super fancy but doesn’t require the same level of effort, this lemon rosemary salmon is just for you.
Cod is an excellent mild white fish. It lends itself to many recipes, but this simple baked cod is almost guaranteed to leave a spectacular impression.
Looking for a bit more pizazz in your cod cooking? This recipe calls for some Mediterranean spices that complement the mild fish wonderfully.
If you’re a fan of fish n’ chips or other fried versions of white fish (haddock, Pollock, tilapia, cod, etc.), these fillets may be just what you’re looking for.
Now and then (or always, if you’re like us) you just want an amazing tasting recipe that won’t break the bank or take a lot of time. That is exactly where this grilled halibut recipe fits on the menu. It’s fast, delicious, and requires very little thought.
Get the Parmesan cheese and butter ready because there’s going to be a party in the kitchen. This recipe adds some rich, cheesy goodness to give that halibut a big taste.
With only 22 mins of total time required to make this meal, you’ll have plenty of time to reflect on how good it tasted. The lemon caper sauce really puts this one over the top.
Fish tacos are practically a gift from the food gods, and whitefish (like Pollock, cod, or something similar) will really bring this recipe to the top of your list.
It’s time to make fish sticks a regular part of the menu. This recipe takes just under an hour from start to finish, but it’ll leave an impression that lasts a lot longer. The detailed instructions will guide you every step of the way.
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