Blog Archives for tag baked fish

‘Cajun-Spiced Catfish with Wilted Greens’

Normally when I cook catfish it is lightly fried with a golden brown crunch, or cut into bite-sized pieces and… Continue reading »

‘Halibut with Meyer Lemon Relish’

Cooking proteins en papillote is a sure fire way to ensure that they stay perfectly moist.  And what does this French… Continue reading »

Tarragon-Orange Fish

I splurged on two wild King Salmon fillets for this dish, but any of your favorite fish varieties would work… Continue reading »

Cashew & Chive-Crusted Halibut

The inspiration behind this dish came by surprise.  Walking into the house, I pass our herb garden–and yesterday in the… Continue reading »

Sockeye Salmon with Oranges & Olives

This fragrant baked salmon dish uses both the zest of a sweet orange and its juice.  The chopped orange zest… Continue reading »

Curry-Scented Halibut with Grilled Okra & Eggplant

One of my favorite ways to cook fresh okra from the summertime garden is to grill it.  Whether on the… Continue reading »

Kalamata Olive & Pine Nut-Crusted Rainbow Trout

Everything about this dish is inspired by classic flavors from the Mediterranean.  Flaky trout fillets are coated in a topping… Continue reading »

Cherry-Chipotle Glazed Salmon

When craving the smoky yet spicy taste of chipotle sauce, I prefer buying a small can of chipotle salsa instead… Continue reading »

Lemony-Dill Baked Salmon with Roasted Asparagus

A wonderful way to keep baked fish moist is to spread the fillets with a layer of a flavorful Greek… Continue reading »

Tarragon Salmon with Spinach & Chickpea Sauté

Fresh tarragon, with its lemony-licorice flavor, pairs wonderfully with seafood.  For this simple baked fish dish, I simply seasoned two… Continue reading »