Who knew that pricey glazed salmon dish you order in restaurants was so easy to make at home? With just a handful of ingredients, this delicious salmon is ready in minutes. Prepare with low sodium soy sauce and use olive oil to decrease the saturated fat content. Serve with brown rice and a green vegetable for a healthy and well-balanced meal. Read More
Eating more fish and seafood fits into a healthy meal plan, and you can spice it up with these shrimp tacos! These easy-to-make tacos rival any shrimp tacos from the best restaurants at a fraction of the cost. The mango adds great flavor in addition to Vitamin A, Vitamin C and antioxidants. Along with the black beans, mangoes are also a great source of fiber.
Who doesn’t love a good fish fry? Unfortunately, the grease and fat takes away from the health benefits of eating fish. This breaded fish recipe is a great substitution for deep fried fish and will leave you satisfied without all the extra fat and calories! It can be cooked under the broiler, or you can coat the baking sheet with 2 tablespoons of olive oil and bake at 400 degrees until done. This recipe works well with any flaky fish. You can also add a splash of cayenne powder or Old Bay for a little kick!
When making stew we typically don’t think of using fish as the protein, but this Spanish-style fish dish served over brown rice is worth a try. Don’t be intimidated by the number of ingredients—most of them you probably already have in your kitchen, and the fresh herbs and spices are all in the produce department at your local grocery store. It is a delicious, easy, one-pot fish meal!
Fire up the grill for some shrimp on the barbie Asian style! These shrimp skewers cook in just minutes and complement the sweetness of the sugar snap peas and crispness of the asparagus for a healthy, high fiber meal.
Although grilled shrimp and couscous, a quick cook pasta, make a perfect combination, you wouldn’t think to combine with grapes but the flavors blend very well for a refreshing and healthy seafood meal!
There are many health benefits of green cabbage and even more in red cabbage. This recipe is a healthier version of a traditional coleslaw. It is packed with nutrients and fiber with a bit of a kick from fresh garlic and Dijon mustard. Like most slaws, make it a day ahead and use as a go-to side any time of year!
A great way to expand our meal options is to try recipes from other cultures. It’s also a great way to introduce new spices and decrease reliance on salt for flavor. Try this super simple Greek favorite!