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This makes a fantastic dinner for a family of four. Everyone will love the combination of mussels, shrimp and fish in this creamy pie, along with the leek and dill weed. Topped with a layer of cheese and then a layer of creamy mashed potato, this is a winning dish. You can even add a layer of chopped hard-cooked eggs between the cheese and potatoes.

This is actually a very simple dish to make, and you are going to make it in layers. First you have the creamy fish and seafood mixture and then the cheese. The mashed potatoes go on top. Make the mashed potatoes first and blanch the leeks too, then prepare the fish and seafood sauce. Get the oven nice and hot and you can spoon the fish mixture and other layers in to a baking dish. Use a spoon or fork to make patterns in the mashed potato topping.

This needs to cook until it is piping hot and the mashed potato is beginning to turn golden brown on top and crisp at the edges. This is going to be very hot as soon as it comes out of the oven so let it rest for 15 minutes. Although this dish may be served just as it is, you might want to consider some broccoli, corn on the cob or green peas on the side, just to add some more color to the plate. Feel free to use any kind of fish you want. Tilapia and cod in place of the salmon would work, or you can swap the mussels for scallops or the shrimp for imitation crab if you want to. Continue reading

Salmon is a healthy fish but sometimes parents really struggle to get their kids to eat it. Kids can be very picky about food and some salmon recipes are too savory, too spicy or just not appealing to the little ones. The following recipe is different. We are adding parmesan to the fish and serving the filets with hot mashed potatoes to make their little mouths water!

Add some cauliflower cheese or corn to the plate and you have a complete meal which the kids should really enjoy. Feel free to swap the mashed potatoes for sweet potato fries or even some pasta tossed in a little tomato sauce or basil pesto if your child prefers that. The salmon could even be switched for cod, tilapia or another favorite if you wanted to use something else. The parmesan and herb flavors suit any kind of fish filets.

If you prefer to broil the fish rather than baking it, it will take about 3 minutes per side. The exact cooking time, regardless of which cooking method you use, depends on the thickness of the fish filets. Once the salmon is opaque all the way through and no longer glossy, and you can flake it easily with a fork, it is done. Serve it on a bed of mashed potato and add some kind of vegetable side dish, and this is sure to become a dish not only the kids ask for again but you want to make again and again, because it tastes so good. Continue reading

Make your own Mexican baked fish recipe using any fish you like. This is a great way to serve up some spicy seafood for a great dinner that the whole family will enjoy. Make simple dinner recipes using fish for a low fat, low calorie meal that you can feel good about. After the holidays is a good time to stock up on your baked fish filet recipes so you can trim down without sacrificing any flavor, because such meals can be tasty as well as healthy, offering you the best of both worlds and satisfying your hunger without depriving you of your favorites.

Baked fish seasoned with spicy salsa, pitted and sliced avocado and sour cream sets the stage for this really great dish you will simply fall in love with. The simplicity of the directions and ingredients offer the opportunity to give your family a delicious and nutritious meal that is ready in as few as 20 minutes. Yes, from start to finish your thawed filets are transformed into a superb Mexican masterpiece your whole family will adore! Serve alongside a generous helping of refried beans, rice, and avocado dip blended with chopped onions and tomato and mayonnaise. Add warmed tortillas as the grand finale.

Everyone likes Mexican food and most of us enjoy eating fish. In fact I have served this recipe to a friend who is a devout anti-fish eater. She took one bite and was in love. Try making this tonight and you will agree it is simply delicious. In addition it provides the family with many omega-3 vitamins, not to mention the calcium, vitamins C, K and D, and protein as well, and those are just a few of the nutrients this dish offers. This baked fish is a great comfort food, so you can feel good knowing your family is eating something perfectly balanced. Continue reading

This sensational baked salmon recipe is so easy to make and the flavor is excellent. Although you can swap the salmon for thick filets of trout, snapper, flounder or cod, it is also very nice as it is. Round out the meal with steamed spinach or broccoli, and swap the boiled potatoes with fries or quinoa if you prefer. If you are serving the potatoes on the side though, make sure you top the pile of piping hot potatoes with a pat of butter so it melts over them.

This recipe features parsley, thyme, rosemary and sage – four very aromatic and delectable herbs. Although many baked salmon recipes are made with dried herbs, the result is not the same. Fresh herbs give a very delicate, special flavor. The salmon is marinated for half an hour before cooking, so the flavors really permeate through. The exact cooking time of the fish depends on its thickness. The thicker it is, the longer it will take to cook.

Salmon is a healthy addition to most diets and it contains ‘good’ fats which your body needs. It also has a delicious flavor. Salmon is easy to find and cooking it is not hard either. Run your fingers along the filets before cooking just to make sure there are no bones in there. Continue reading

This is certainly an unusual dish, and it will be the talking point of your dinner party for all the right reasons should you choose to make it. The salmon is flavored with lemon, salt and black pepper, and roasted until tender, and it is served with asparagus and red onion, as well as an interesting basil and strawberry garnish. The resulting dish exudes freshness and smells simply wonderful. You will be using fresh lemon, asparagus, strawberries, onion, basil, peas and mint to make this dish, so you can imagine how nutritionally rich it is. Use wild skin-on salmon if you can get it, else the skinless type will be fine.

Do you know how to chiffonade-cut basil leaves? Roll them into a cigar shape and the slice crosswise to get long thin strips. This is the quickest way of shredding your basil. Serve this flavorful dish with rice or potatoes, or even with a handful of fries.

If you want to tailor it to your own palate, then you might wish to omit the pea puree or strawberry mixture. There are a lot of different flavors going on in this dish. They do all work together but simplify the dish as much as you like. You might not wish to make all the components. Continue reading

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Christine Szalay-Kudra


Hi, my name is Christine. I am happy you are visiting today. Food is very important to everyone, and in this family we love to eat all kinds of dishes from meat and chicken to international cuisine, crockpot creations and more. Seafood is something we also love, and I love the fact it is nutritious as well as very tasty.


Everyone knows 'the big three' which are cod, tuna and salmon, but sometimes it is fun to try different types of fish, such as perch, trout, monkfish, or even shellfish like mussels or clams. There are seafood recipes for every season and occasion, those served chilled for a refreshing burst of flavor, and those served hot in stew or soup form.


Choose from crispy fried fish, tender pan-fried or poached cuts, or what about a seafood medley boasting the most wonderful flavors of the sea, lake or river? Seafood can be served as part of a salad or savory dish, or it can be served as an appetizer or snack. Bacon-wrapped scallops, anyone? You will find a comprehensive collection of wonderful seafood recipes right here, for your inspiration and enjoyment.


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Christine