Not everyone can eat fried fish. And I want fish… Prepare my recipe! Very tender and flavorful casserole! You can use frozen fish fillets. Come on in, let’s get started.
Many people have heard about the benefits of halibut – this flounder fish, which lives in the northern seas and oceans, helps to make blood vessels more elastic, effectively fights cholesterol, prevents the formation of blood clots, improves vision, slows down the aging process and suppresses the release of stress hormones. And this is not all the useful properties of halibut! You can cook such fish in a variety of ways, and in all cases it will be perfectly combined with almost any side dishes. And there are very few bones in the halibut, and the excellent taste of this fish is also beyond praise! Try cooking halibut fillet with spinach and Hochland cream cheese sauce – this dish will be a great solution not only for everyday meals, but also for any festive feast!
I offer a recipe for a delicate and flavorful snack. These are delicious, cheese baskets with filling. It turns out a very beautiful original dish.
Very tasty, gorgeous fish on a bright, vegetable pillow with a subtle aroma of lemon and spices. Delicate, fragrant, it will not leave you indifferent.
Tender, juicy, flavorful fish with vegetables. Incredibly delicious!
Of course, any mother dreams of her children screaming with delight when they learn that there will be fish on the table. But let’s be honest — for some reason, fish rarely leads children to delight. But pancakes are a completely win-win option. If you have not too suspicious children, they will not even ask what the pancakes are with, but just sweep them off the plates and ask for more.
Fish fillet turns out very tasty, tender, with crunchy crumbs and a light lemon taste. A great option for every day, and for a festive table.
Delicious and healthy casserole for children. If your child does not eat fish in any way, then this recipe is for you. The casserole is delicious and tender, without the characteristic fish smell.
I do not know how to describe the taste of this caramelized fish, but I will say one thing-those who love fish, ginger and do not mind soy sauce, they will get a lot of fun!!!
Gumbo or Gumbo is a dish of American cuisine common in the state of Louisiana. It is a thick soup with spices, similar in consistency to a stew. It is considered a heritage of Cajun cuisine, descendants of French immigrants who arrived in Canada in the XVIII century. Gumbo can be thick like a stew and served on a pillow of rice, or it can be more liquid like a soup. I prepared the second version, based on a recipe from Gostronom magazine.