Bake it, grill it, fry it – fish is incredibly versatile and the iconic Lenten food. Those observing the holiday have 8 meat-free Friday dinners to figure out, so let us help! You don’t have to resort to boring fish recipes or Filet-O-Fish. Instead, treat you and your family to something flavorful and easy to make at home that’ll turn into a favorite year-round recipe!
Impress your family with this easy-breezy spring forward Baked Cod recipe. This simple, yet ultra-impressive fish is cooked with Blood Orange and Fennel. Easy parchment paper packets make this dish hands-off and allow the fish to baste in its own juices until tender and flaky.
If you’re looking to build an elegant dinner from just a few pantry staples, Goya Foods has your back! This dish will transport you to Northern Spain with seared halibut over a simple piperade-style sauce of peppers, tomatoes, olives and capers. To make it even easier, Tanji and Goya Foods Executive Chef Fernando Desa made a video to walk you through how to make this Catalán-inspired recipe.
Fish-and-Chips just got a weeknight makeover! This Goodtaste original recipe has everything you love about the classic English pub food, but no frying, less mess and it’s so much easier. Plus, we have a clever kitchen hack for extra-crispy baked fish!
When you’re lacking some dinner inspiration, consider this beyond-easy sweet-and-spicy glazed salmon. Chef Javier Lopez, the Culinary Consultant at Sysco, shares his recipe that can be grilled, pan seared and baked – or even made with a different fish! The possibilities are endless.
Make Friday your Taco Tuesday! These tacos hit all the notes: crispy coconut-crusted fish, a creamy fresh slaw, sweet pineapple and a dab of hot sauce. These versatile tacos can be made with almost any white fish, and will be making you wish it was summer!