Serving a fresh seafood dinner is a lot easier than some people might think, and it’s healthy too. Salmon. Shrimp. Cod. Tilapia. Mahi Mahi. We’ve got amazing recipes featuring various types of seafood that will allow you to have a delicious dinner on the table in less than an hour. Maybe you prefer a honey and soy glaze or a sweet and spicy Sriracha sauce on your fish — no matter your tastes or preferences, these recipes feature deliciously bold flavors that are sure to please.
- Honey Garlic Shrimp and Broccoli
Garlic, soy, ginger and honey atop browned shrimp and tender broccoli … talk about yummy. This flavor-packed dinner from Homemade Hooplah can be thrown together in less than 30 minutes, making it perfect to whip up any night of the week.
- Honey Sriracha Salmon
Cook this sweet and spicy salmon from Chef Savvy in the oven or on the stove. Either way, it’ll be tasty … especially when you serve it up with rice or veggies to complete the meal. Try garnishing with green onions and sesame seeds for extra color!
- Baked Honey-Marinated Cod
No Gojis, No Glory shares a recipe that makes healthy eating seem easy, as well as delicious! Marinate the fresh cod for 24 hours before cooking and let the flavor combinations tease your taste buds as you dig into this fish dinner. You won’t be disappointed!
- Honey Soy Tilapia
There are plenty of people out there who aren’t fans of tilapia or other mild white fish but this recipe from Jamie’s Cookin’ just might be the one dish to win you over. The honey, soy and balsamic vinegar combine to create a meal that is bursting with flavor.
- Honey Sesame Fish Tacos
These Honey Sesame Fish Tacos from Nosh and Nourish are just as colorful and pretty on the plate as they are delicious! Nestle the cod in tortilla shells and top off with shredded cabbage, cheese and greek yogurt sauce for one tasty and easy-to-make dinner.
- Ginger Glazed Mahi Mahi
Mahi Mahi pairs perfectly with bold flavors and that’s exactly what you’ll get with this creation from Jo Lynne Shane. Get adventurous and try something new for dinner this week with this tasty meal, best served on a bed of rice.