Cooking fish can be intimidating. It's delicate, easy to overcook, and always seems to stick to the pan. But what if I told you preparing it at home could be just as easy as cooking chicken?
1. Pan-sear your fish:
Put the Technique to Use: Pan-Seared Mahi Mahi With Honey-Lime Coleslaw
This recipe coats mahi mahi in a flavorful blend of brown sugar and spices before pan-searing it. Get the recipe here.
2. Bake your fish:
Put the Technique to Use: Baked Teriyaki Salmon and Vegetables
This recipe cooks veggies and salmon on the same sheet tray, making it perfect for meal prepping. Get the recipe here.
3. Grill your fish:
Put the Technique to Use: Grilled Swordfish Steaks With Lemon-Oregano Marinade
These swordfish steaks are marinated in a blend of lemon juice, olive oil, garlic, oregano, and thyme before hitting the grill. Get the recipe here.
4. Broil your fish:
Put the Technique to Use: Maple-Crusted Salmon
These salmon fillets are seasoned with brown sugar, paprika, chili powder, and maple syrup before broiling for a beautiful caramelized crust. Get the recipe here.
5. Cook your fish in parchment paper:
Put the Technique to Use: Mediterranean Cod en Papillote
This parchment packet is filled with all kinds of aromatic ingredients that make this cod both vibrant and delicious. Get the recipe here.
6. Poach your fish:
Put the Technique to Use: Poached Salmon With Mustard Dill Sauce
This recipe uses a variation of the above method by shallow poaching salmon, meaning the liquid doesn't completely cover the fillets. Get the recipe here.