Covered in an Indian spice blend, this kerala baked fish is a delightful and easy seafood recipe full of flavor.
Dig into this flavorful fish curry on a weeknight. With chickpeas and cod, this curry has plenty of kale and Indian spices to make your tastebuds happy.
The Hilton Athens has a star in the kitchen named Executive Chef Kostas Athanasiou. Local…
On the table in less than 30 minutes, this Pistachio-Crusted Fish is so flavorful, simple and perfect for busy weeknights.
We don’t cook fish as much as we’d like. To boost the number of fish nights on menus this week, we’re sharing new seafood recipes to make at home.
They say there are 365 ways to cook cod in Portugal. Here’s one of them, a recipe for cod in Paleo clam sauce.
Skip the fast food drive thru with this buttery, flakey, and crispy fish sandwich. You’ll be surprised at how much healthier and better tasting this is and you’ll be wanting to make this at copycat version all the time.
This earthy Thai green curry fish soup is loaded with warm flavors and is best served with rice and fresh herbs.
They’re breaded, crispy and so good with an herb crema, but the best part is these fish tacos are baked so they are super easy and better for you.
Loaded with fresh flavors, these flavorful fish tacos are finished with a tomato salsa and watercress sauce.
Striving to introduce diners to unique seafood that is often uncommon, Pascucci al Porticciolo Restaurant creates fish dishes that are some of the freshest in Fiumicino.
Nothing is better on a cold winter day than a steaming bowl of soup. Specifically, a hearty Greek-style fish stew, because no one does fish stews better than the Greeks, right?
Modeled after the traditional Bengali croquet, these fish cake appetizers swap out potatoes for sweet potatoes to become a perfect seasonal appetizer.
Skinny Roasted Cod With Tomatoes is a weeknight win. The fish is tender and flavorful and the roasted tomatoes are so sweet.
A simple fish baked with a herbs and then topped with a combination of heirloom tomatoes, shallots, capers, and tangy balsamic vinegar.
There’s still time to enjoy some delicious foods on the barbecue. So fire up your grill and get ready for lip-smacking Fish Tikka Bites served on Pita with some green chutney and treat your taste buds to a carnival of flavors.
Grilling days are almost over, so take advantage of building that fire and try this simple and oh-so-good branzino recipe!
Barcelona’s Chef Pio presents a visually stunning preparation for fish served on truffled polenta.
No way to liven up taco night like incorporating fresh fish and fun, new flavor combos. These recipes mix and match ingredients for a spread that’s healthy and soul-soothing all at once.
There are few things more impressive than whole grilled seafood. Let’s cheers to summer with a chilled Chilean wine and grilled trout.
For a perfect summer gathering, serve up grilled salmon tostadas that can be cooked in minutes and presented on a platter so your guests may assemble with their favorite flavors. Serve with a cool Santa Rita white wine and you are set.
Loaded with spice, a juicy mango salsa and creamy avocado this seared mahi mahi dish will remind you of fish tacos only with more flavor and served over a salad.
Caught right off the coast, here’s how to make Key West’s favorite crispy grouper fritters.
Ever find a whole fish at the market and not know what to do with it? Channel your inner Greek and grill it whole. It’s amazing how delicious it is!
Known for its fresh fish and clear waters, here’s what you should be eating and doing in the fishing capital, Islamorada.
For fresh taste of the Atlantic, try this recipe for Islamorada’s spear-caught hogfish that let’s its clean flavors shine.
Brimming with fresh fish and clear waters, here’s everything that must be experienced and devoured in Key Largo. Plus, try a recipe for a favorite seafood dish.
Cooking en papillote may sound fancy because it is in French, but really it just makes for easier, flavorful cooking with little clean up. Try this citrus seafood cooked with herbs.
Celebrate the New Year with a classic Swedish menu. With plenty of seafood, dill and local cheese, you will be off to a great new start.
Learn how to make glögg, rice porridge and serve plenty of fish and game, just like they do in West Sweden for the holidays.
A light change from a heavy beef burger, these fish sandwiches are easy to throw on the grill and enjoy with a cool yogurt and dill sauce and a crunch of cucumbers.
Learn what to look for when you are at the store choosing seafood. Whole or cut, learn what the labels mean so you are choosing the best catch in season and storing it properly.
Easy to marinate the night before and bake for dinner the next day, this one pan dinner of flavorful, tender fish is a little spicy with aromatic rosemary. Serve with bread or potatoes to soak up the delicious sauce.
Chef Emelie Nielsen of Norrqvarn Hotell, native to West Sweden, knows the local flavors and produce. Take a bite of her favorite pike perch recipe.
Chefs Fredrik Johnsson and Peter Andersson are keeping the food industry fresh, simple, and delectable at Volt. The Swedish menu is coming to New York.
Chef Thrainn Freyr Vigfusson lets us in on the favorite dishes and ingredients of the Nordic island. From fresh to skyr, discover the best bites of Iceland.
Grab some paddles and work up an appetite as you travel along Sweden’s west coast or through their beautiful lakes. Canoe to delicious eateries along the water and in nearby fishing towns after catching a glimpse of the fresh seafood swimming below.
A big bowl of cool ceviche is a summer must. Toss with spicy serranos, cool cucumbers, and avocados for a flavorful appetizer.
Dig the pit, build a fire, and start capturing that magical taste of the sea with a fun, rustic clambake.
In Gothenburg and West Sweden, seafood is religion. They are proud of their fishing heritage and serious about their restaurants. Try a taste of the sea.
A local Hawaiian lets us in on her regional poke and her favorite sauces and mix-ins to serve with the ahi tuna.
In its third year, Sustainable Seafood Week is calling New Yorkers to pay attention to the fish they are eating with a slew of delicious events and creations from top chefs.
They are expensive to buy, quick to cook, and easy to mess up. Get the tips to successfully cooking scallops.
Simple salmon patties made with onion, parsley, panko and a garlic-basil aioli that tops the bun as well. Serve with pineapple for a smokey-sweet addition.
Listen to the stories and wisdom of Monsieur Oyster, also known as Joël Dupuch a sixth-generation oyster farmer in France.
From bones to skin and all the delicious meat in between, learn just a few of the things that can be done with the fish.
Listen to Teofila describe the making of the coconut-milk soup with fish and plantains, a dish from the Garifunas community in Honduras.
A vibrant fish stew that is made with your local seafood, coconut milk, and peppers. Serve with lime juice and rice for a gorgeous meal.
Everybody loves a good fried rice. To indulge, add seafood and fish roe for a golden touch and it’s a dish worthy to be served during Chinese New Year.
If you happen to be in Stockholm, wandering around Djurgarden looking for a delicious meal with strong Swedish flavors, pop into Oaxen.
It’s time to make a steaming pot of seafood gumbo. Enjoy this hearty stew with rice and sit back and warm up.
For a taste of Mexican cuisine, try these corn tortillas filled with spiced fish, smooth avocado cream, and simple cilantro slaw topped with lime juice.
A honey-sweetened, ginger, garlic, miso and soy marinade creates a crisp, caramelized crust after quick roasting. A simple meal with little active time.
Marinated fish tacos are pan-fried and topped with homemade salsa, crema and a sweet and spicy hot sauce.
Sandwiched between bread and loaded with vegetables, these juicy fish patties are filling and full of flavor.
Serve fish this holiday season, inspired by a Swedish restaurant, for a satisfying meal that won’t keep you in the kitchen all day.
Celebrate Christmas with a traditional Italian Feast of Seven Fishes! Serve cioppino and Baccalà for a real Italian feast.
It is an easy weekday meal of teriyaki salmon and steamed bok choy, but it has enough flavor to also be featured on a seafood Christmas Eve dinner menu.
Spiced blackened fish tacos and cabbage slaw, creamy avocados, and flavorful salsa verde. Try this recipe for a fun weeknight meal.
A rustic, tuscan style cannellini bean stew, topped with pan seared sea bass.