Don’t Fear the Fish: 7 Easy Ways to Cook Stuff With Fins

healthy-fish-recipes-585I have grown to love fish over the years. And, unlike Erin, I’ve never been afraid of it. Granted, it hasn’t always been my favorite meat of choice, but I’ve definitely learned to embrace it as it’s such a lean and healthy protein option. And, seriously, I think fish offers as many or more ways to cook it as any other meat out there. I mean, you can poach, fry (though, not recommended), broil, roast and bake fish—with many other options out there for one to try. Bubba Gump was right! (Okay, that was technically shrimp, but whatevs.)

I cook with fish on a regular basis now and have found these seven different ways to cook fish best. Although there are many more, these seemed to be the most interesting to me and the most important ones to have in one’s healthy fish-cooking repertoire.

Keep reading for the seven yummy ways to cook fish!Kelsey

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  1. Daisy says:

    Thanks for this nice post. I absolutely love the Thai Mediterranean Soup. It takes time to prepare but it’s worth all that time. My little one doesn’t find it easy to eat fish although the doctor has recommended her to eat fish because of omega 3 fatty acids. I think the soup would be great for her.

  2. This is really helpful because fish is difficult to cook, most of the time. It is hard to get it right. Well, for me and most of the time I overcook them. Fish is really the best meat that you can include in your diet. It is not heavy and a good source of protein as well without too much fat.

  3. CL says:

    The stew looked really good!

  4. I love roasting fish especially the Blue Marlin. I always use grapeseed oil when roasting. It’s great to eat fish at least 3 to 5 times a week as a substitute to red meat. As a result, my diet helps me a lot on my weight loss program.

  5. Desire DessieIam says:

    This is Great! Thank you for sharing. Fish is easy to cook and so is other meat once you know what you are doing. I cook and eat fish three times a week. Use shrimp sometimes also.