Fish Recipes for Heart Health


By: , – Michael Tyrrell, Family Circle
2/28/2012 10:00 PM   :  13 comments   :  12,799 Views

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You're off the hook for dinner tonight, thanks to these delicious (and heart-healthy) fish recipes.

Crispy Fish Sticks & Chili Dipping Sauce

Makes: 4 servings
Prep: 20 minutes
Bake: 10 minutes at 450 degrees F.

Broccoli-Carrot Slaw
In a large bowl, whisk together 1/4 cup rice vinegar, 2 tablespoons reduced-fat mayonnaise and 1 teaspoon sugar. Add 1 bag (12 ounces) broccoli slaw, 1 cup petite baby carrots and 2 sliced scallions; toss and coat with dressing. Cover and refrigerate until ready to serve.

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Shrimp Etouffée

Makes: 4 servings
Prep: 20 minutes
Cook: 29 minutes

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    So even though I have signed up for sparks people I have to sign up with several other groups just to get the recipes? - 7/24/2013   6:32:58 PM
  • 12
    We love fish baked in the oven with just a little salsa over it while baking. - 6/21/2012   9:53:43 PM
  • 11
    The Shrimp Etouffée looks good. I don't think I've ever had that before!

    - 3/1/2012   1:27:44 PM
  • 10
    Yum! Just in time for Lent! - 3/1/2012   7:19:50 AM
  • 9
    I find the best way to do a good piece of fish justice is to wrap it in Parchment paper and bake it in the oven. I was taught to cook it that way in school as a kid and I still love it. Salmon I add Dill and a little pepper and lemon juice.
    Haddock the same way. I always wash and pat dry my fish. It can also be dipped in milk after you dry it or sprayed with Pam so the seasonings stay put. Pat in Maine. - 2/29/2012   8:06:09 PM
    This recipe does sound interesting. I'll have to do baked with the coating. Since I was sick over this past summer I can't eat anything fried. So I'm on the look out for recipes with no or hardly any grease, fats, or butter added. Otherwise if it tastes super good, I eat a bit more and then...the not so good outcome shows up. Need new ways to enjoy foods. - 2/29/2012   12:55:02 PM
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    I might try the crispy fish recipe, but it won't be with tilapia - don't like it at all! - 2/29/2012   10:38:34 AM
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    I'm going to try that recipe tonight! - 2/29/2012   6:52:08 AM
  • 5
    Hmm, might have to try the fish sometime- I don't like it unbreaded AT ALL, so this might be a decent alternative to the fried stuff on the rare occasion I'm craving fish. I have some wheat panko I've been trying to figure out what to do with, too. Yay! - 2/29/2012   5:23:56 AM
  • 4
    I did not find this to be healthy enough for me! - 2/28/2012   11:48:37 PM
  • 3
    At 52 gr carbohydrates (almost 4 servings worth 15 gr=1serving) I do not consider this recipe to be healthy. Plus the carbs and fat added from the recommended salad with dressing means that this meal will not be on my table. - 2/28/2012   11:46:42 PM
  • 2
    We have fish once a week - our favorite is cod. I just saute in about a tablespoon of butter - nothing else added. And, serve with brown rice and a salad. We add grated cheddar to the rice -
    That was our dinner this evening - YUMM YUMM!!
    barb - 2/28/2012   11:29:28 PM
  • ADRIANA20111
    my favorite fish dish is salmon baked in the oven with mustard and mayo on it. and a side salad with oil and salt. Even had a baked potato with it. - 2/28/2012   11:06:46 PM

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