Monday, July 2, 2007

Lookin for a few good...

FISH RECIPIES!!




I know that many of you are experts in the kitchen. I am lacking in good fish recipies. My family loves fish, but I never cook any. If you have any you'd like to share, I'd be most obliged. The simpler and quicker the better, but even a yummy, more complicated recipe would be ok, too. You can post it in the comments, e-mail me (joshruthburton@bellsouth.net), or send me a link if you already have some posted as I know many of you blog recipies.
Thanks for your help!

16 comments:

Lori B said...

I also love fish, but I don't think I have any good recipes for you. If I do find one I will email you.

Momma Roar said...

We like Tilapia and we just cook it in Italian salad dressing for about 20 min at 350. Also, Just Mom has a fish marinade recipe on her cooking blog (can find link on her regular blog) - I haven't tried it yet, but I have it stored for a future use.

Susan Kelly Skitt said...

I need to do more fish, actually, I need to "do fish". I love it fresh caught. My sister's in-laws have a small place at the Jersey shore and there's nothing like fresh caught Flounder. My brother-in-law grills it in foil with some butter, sliced peppers and onions. Yum!

Karen said...

Hi Ruth,
I don't fix fish that often, but when I do, my family likes it cooked on 350 with butter and lemon pepper seasoning. I cook it about 20-25 minutes also, just until it flakes with a fork.

Christy said...

We buy frozen salmon alot...

I bought this Citrus seasoning from Sams Club and I sprinkle it on the salmon and bake at 350. It is really good, even the kids love it. If you can't find the seasoning, you could just use pepper, salt, and garlic powder-it is very basic but good!

Penless Thoughts said...

I'm with you Ruth. Not good at cooking fish.
Susan

Emily said...

I love fish too, but also am lacking some good recipes, Ruth - please do post any good ones you get! I'd love to hear them.

Lori B said...

All these ideas sound yummmy! I'm going to have to try them sometime.

Happy 4th of July to you and your family.

Just Mom said...

http://justmomcooking.blogspot.com/search/label/marinades

That's the marinade Momma Roar was referring to. It's very simple and in my experience has made fish tender rather than dry.

Just Mom said...
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Just Mom said...

Lets try that again:

http://justmomcooking.blogspot.
com/search/label/marinades

Amber said...

I have the same problem, but the one recipe I use that seems to be a winner in my house is:

chopped garlic
lemon juice (fresh tastes better)
sea salt & pepper
a little of dried chives, parsley, paprika and a touch of tarragon.

I don't really measure anything, just throw it on.
Then broil each side for about 10-15 minutes, depending on how thick the fish is. HTH!

God Bless,
Amber

Ruth said...

Thanks for all the ideas. Keep 'em coming!! =o)

Kelli said...

This was perfect timing! Phillip came home with a big box of frozen Tilapia today and I have no idea what to do with it! LOL I will be sure to look through your comments for suggestions!
Have a wonderful 4th of July weekend with your family!
Kelli

Tonja said...

Dave hates fish, but this Parmesan Tilapia recipe that I make is delicious and even Dave eats it :)

I also have a yummy salmon recipe.

I'll have to send them to you through email...(sorry folks). Feel free to post them if you'd like...I just don't have the time to re-type them.

bon appetit!

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