There is no better time to include seafood in your diet than now. As families learn more about the health risks of a traditional low-seafood, high meat American diet, they are looking for healthy proteins to prepare. Fish, from fresh filets to convenient canned tuna, is making a real resurgence as a smart-eating staple.
This magic three-ingredient recipe makes salmon that's delightfully sweet, sour, and fruity -- a perfect combo for kids, especially fish-wary ones. Get Catherine Newman's delicious recipe here.
This quick and easy, utterly delicious shrimp dish is perfect summer fare, and kids and adults alike will gobble them up. Try Catherine Newman's delicious recipe today.
This is one of those dishes where everyone in New England has their own recipe, and each of those recipes is the only "right" way to make Lobster Roll. The vehicle for these is anything from New England hot dog rolls to brioche. The one thing that there is no argument about, though, is that it must contain lobster and mayo. This version is very basic and I chose little split top rolls - that I split down the side - toasted on the inside. Very yummy.
Fish sticks are a traditional way to introduce young children to seafood. This recipe tastes much better than the frozen kind — and since the fish is baked instead of deep-fried, it's healthier too.
This shrimp version of Louisiana's famous jambalaya is quick and flavorful with just the right kick. Get the delicious Cajun recipe from Short Order Mom here.
A sweet, tangy and salty mixture of soy sauce, rice vinegar
and honey does double-duty as marinade and sauce. Toasted sesame
seeds provide a nutty and attractive accent.
I've taken my traditional tuna cakes recipe and revamped it replacing salted top saltines, whole egg and baking rather than frying. The result is just as delicious but far healthier. Be sure to choose Dolphin-Safe tuna and don't worry about the mercury level; a serving this size once a week is safe for all ages.
If you are trying to boost your intake of omega-3s, try
this simple favorite. It is a great way to use convenient canned
(or leftover) salmon.