This is a dish that'll wow your whole table – and offer a wealth of extra-good-for-you nutrients.
A little miso makes this one flavor-packed, energy-boosting meal.
A complete, balanced meal in under 20 minutes? This recipe gets it done.
It's hard to believe, but this simple baked shrimp recipe is even easier than whipping up a stir-fry.
Seafood might be the most popular – and easiest – way to make sure you're getting plenty of omega-3 fatty acids. But it isn't the best for the ocean or the environment at large. Instead, try these sustainable swaps.
Astaxanthin is poised to become the next big thing – but what, exactly, is it? We’re breaking down this soon-to-be-everywhere nutrient so you know if it’s worth paying attention to.
It’s hard to believe, but we’ve got a super quick and easy cooking technique that’ll get dinner on the table in 10 minutes flat – seriously!
Have you missed fish since switching to a vegan or plant-based diet? Banana blossom might just be the alternative you need, with the right consistency and texture.
A flavorful balsamic glaze coats this light and flaky halibut. Served with roasted veggies, it makes a light but filling meal.
Quinoa doesn’t have to be relegated to being a base, it can also be a topper! Here, it’s broiled until crisp then sprinkled over the salad.
Healthy protein infused with Japanese-inspired flavors? Now that's a delicious and filling lunch or dinner.
There’s nothing that says breezy beach barbecue like fish tacos. In this recipe, we layer grilled cod with poblanos, avocados and gremolata, a mix of fragrant chopped herbs, garlic and lime zest. We chop the herbs by hand here, but feel free to pulse ingredients in the food processor if you prefer.
Ground nori melts seamlessly into this elegant brown butter pan sauce, adding its signature earthy-salty flavor. The keys to browning butter without burning it are watching the pan carefully and swirling it often. The butter will melt and then start to foam, at which point you’ll notice the color change from yellow to golden brown. Take it off the heat as soon as it starts to smell nutty.
From buttery blue crab cakes to sweet, briny oysters to grilled fish tacos with spicy salsa, there’s no question that people love eating seafood. However, if we want to continue enjoying seafood, we have to protect and preserve the ocean and environment.
Maine lobster mixed with sweet mango and fresh jicama is topped with a refreshing cucumber vinaigrette in this recipe. Surprise your guests with this elegant salad that takes only 25 minutes make.
Frozen scallops and thin white fish fillets are real time-savers for busy weeknights, as they thaw in a flash and take just minutes to cook. If your fennel bulb comes with the green fronds attached, feel free to use them as a pretty garnish on the soup instead of the parsley. You can use any firm white-fleshed fish for this soup – Pacific cod is another great option.
Reusing ingredients in creative ways helps keep the number of items in a recipe down. Here, zesty lemon and pungent shallot infuse every element of this dish – the lentils, scallops and vibrant compote.
This light and lively meal captures the spirit of South America with its clever use of sweet tropical fruits, savory fish and crisp jicama. Freshness is key when it comes to the slaw, so pick a ripe, juicy pineapple (look for ones with bright green leaves and a firm shell).
En papillote is French for “in parchment” – a classic technique that holds in moisture and cooks food by the steam created inside the packet.
Delicately sweet scallops are complemented perfectly by a sweet and sour caponata made of seasoned tomatoes, onions and raisins. Creamy cauliflower is a less starchy stand-in for mashed potatoes.
Swap the fatty fare in lieu of clean party snacks for Super Bowl 2014 - your family and friends won't know the difference with succulent baked shrimp, stuffed mushrooms and turkey bacon-laced smashed potatoes.
Asparagus, peas, carrot and artichoke create a bone-warming primavera that works equally well with seared scallops or sauteed adzuki beans.
Grilled oregano-kissed cod fillets are paired with a classic tzatziki sauce for a fresh and tasty meal with just 134 calories per serving. Serve fish on a bed of greens if you have some on hand.