Find recipes: Fish (Main Ingredient)
Salmon hash often puts a shine on Pacific Northwest mornings. There you'll find it in fancy hotel dining rooms, cheap cafes, and, in this simple but sublime form, on many home tables. (20-Minute Supper Club)
Open-faced sandwiches let you make something heftier than a conventional sandwich and still use a foundation of bread. They signal that this is a time to use a knife and fork. The is bread not a vehicle for picking up the other ingredients but rather as a way to soak up and enjoy all of the juices that would otherwise be left on the plate. (20-Minute Supper Club)
Wraps make a fast and easy lunch or supper. Some favourite fillings are chunks of tomato, feta cheese and chopped fresh basil. Another filling could be roasted red peppers, chévre and arugula. Experiment with the foods you like best and any leftovers in your refrigerator. (20-Minute Supper Club)
This quick and easy supper will wow everyone at your table. Serve with a bowl of fluffy steamed rice and a salad of bitter greens. (20-Minute Supper Club)
This fish is almost impossible to overcook and the salt crust ensures it won’t dry out.
Remoulade, a traditional French mayonnaise-based sauce, is an excellent match with fish.
Serve with Walnut-Crusted Goat Cheese with Organic Greens and Chewy Almond & Lemon Macaroons with Mint Chocolate Sauce for dessert.
The bold Dijon soy sauce stands up perfectly to the strong natural flavour of salmon. Rice and sugar snap peas are perfect accompaniments. (20-Minute Supper Club)
Served with Tomato Compote and Panko Potato Croquettes.
This takes no time to prepare and will work with any type of fish. If you are unable to find these specialty greens, substitute your favourite salad greens. (20-Minute Supper Club)
This simple, two-step recipe is superbly rich, high in vitamin B12 and tastes great with sweet or dill gherkins.
Heart-healthy and packed with omega-3s, this flavourful dish whips up in a flash. (20-Minute Supper Club)
The cornmeal coating makes for a surprisingly crispy texture. This method works very well with any skinless fish you want to pan-fry. Serve this with a potato salad. (20-Minute Supper Club)
This classic fish stew takes on a new life with fennel and a hint of anchovy to boost the flavour. Feel free to use whatever fish is fresh at your local fish market. (20-Minute Supper Club)
Inspired by the traditional Niçoise salad, this petite version makes impressive finger food.
This spread is a flavourful purée of French origin made from pounded salt cod, olive oil, garlic, milk and cream.
Serve this with a vegetable stir-fry. Make a trip to Chinatown for baby bok choy or experiment with the vast selection of Asian greens there. (20-Minute Supper Club)
This quick and easy supper will wow everyone at your table. Simple and good for you, serve with a bowl of fluffy steamed rice. (20-Minute Supper Club)
This is a light and delicious meal that takes almost no time to prepare. If you can't find tomatillos, any other type of tomato will work. (20-Minute Supper Club)
A welcome change from your regular tomato sauce. In a pinch, buy jarred roasted peppers. (20-Minute Supper Club)
This light and tasty salad is sure to have you hooked. (20-Minute Supper Club)
A colourful and healthy meal. (20-Minute Supper Club)
This easy-to-make dish is loaded with vitamin C and potassium. (20-Minute Supper Club)
True indulgence for a lazy morning. (20-Minute Supper Club)
The slight saltiness of the haloumi is delicious with the tart apple salsa
Don’t limit yourself - any fish is delicious with this salad
This high protein dish has a sweet, zesty twist (20-Minute Supper Club)
Becoming a master sushi chef can take up to five years of training! Not to worry — our recipe is ready in just 30 minutes (20-Minute Supper Club)
Give this light fish a zesty flavour boost with this tasty butter (20-Minute Supper Club)
Serve this with a crunchy coleslaw to keep the meal fresh and easy. Using soda water will keep your batter light and crispy (20-Minute Supper Club)
Planking is a sure-fire way to wow dinner guests. Plunk your plank in water and let it soak all day (20-Minute Supper Club)
A spicy take on a favourite fish (20-Minute Supper Club)
This nutrient-rich recipe comes from Young & Hungry by Dave Lieberman (20-Minute Supper Club)
Fresh, sophisticated and full of nutrients, this dish is an all-round winner (20-Minute Supper Club)
A Sri Lankan staple, sothy is a soup-like curry with a coconut-milk base. Serve with rice or noodles (20-Minute Supper Club)
This easy and delicious sandwich is loaded with heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids (20-Minute Supper Club)
This soup is great to make when you just want a quick, healthy meal. It's faster than takeout! (20-Minute Supper Club)
To serve a crowd, use a whole side of salmon and double the sauce (20-Minute Supper Club)
This is a variation of the classic French salade niçoise made with canned tuna. Get creative and try it with salmon or grilled chicken, too. (20-Minute Supper Club)
Scottish smoked salmon is rich and fatty but not oily and has a wonderful complex flavour. If you are using pre-sliced smoked salmon, look on the labeling to make sure it's without added colourings and preservatives. (20-Minute Supper Club)
Grapefruit on the dinner table? That's right. The sweet and tangy ruby red of grapefruit gives the dish a nice lift. (20-Minute Supper Club)
Buy sushi-grade tuna for this recipe. Sans bun, this makes a great carb-free main course with the wasabi mayo drizzled on the tuna and topped with coleslaw. (20-Minute Supper Club)
Grilled or broiled salmon is an elegant dish that can be put on the table in a hurry. Many Italians prefer to season their grilled fish with balsamic instead of the ubiquitous lemon wedge. This recipe gets an added East-West dimension from the vinegar's infusion with ginger, green onions, and garlic. (20-Minute Supper Club)
Also try the sweet salsa with grilled scallops, shrimp or halibut this summer. (20-Minute Supper Club)
Lighten things up by opting for smoked salmon over the traditional Canadian back bacon, layering it with sautéed spinach between the poached egg and English muffin, and doing away with the hollandaise entirely. (20-Minute Supper Club)