The Feast of The Seven Fishes is one of those traditions where if you know, you know. But, for the uninformed, many Italian-American families gather on Christmas Eve for a dinner consisting of either seven fish dishes or for a few types of fish made in seven different ways. This tradition started in the 1900s as a way for these people to feel closer to their homes and the sea, which has great significance in Italian culture.
We know a feast of these proportions calls for many recipe ideas, so do not worry, we have got you and your family covered for your 2020 celebrations. Listed below are 10 fish recipes that you and your crew will love.Read More »
We love a good air fryer recipe, so of course one had to show up in our roundup of fish recipes. With no turnover halfway through cooking, or additional oil needed, this healthier take on a crunchy classic will make it easier for you to spend more time cooking up the remaining fish dishes. Serve with ketchup or mayonnaise.
STARFLOWER’s recipe for Maple Salmon has an almost candy-like coating, thanks to the syrup and soy sauce glaze combination working its magic. Even the pickiest fish eaters will love this!
Cheese-topped halibut? Yes, please! Add extra onions and parmesan to make the topping even more delicious.
These shrimp skewers are delicious served over plenty of pasta with sauce. Keep in mind that it takes quite awhile to make these, since the shrimp needs to soak in the sauce for two hours before cooking.
This New England classic is a breeze to make, but be warned: it is hot when it comes out of the saucepan. Serve with sourdough bread, in a bread bowl, or with plenty of saltine crackers.
The additions of beer, spinach and three types of cheese take these Oysters Rockefeller to the next level. Be ready for everyone to want seconds, as these tiny bites pack a punch.
Wine, lemon, cracker crumbs and butter transform this cod recipe into something addictive. It goes great with spinach and rice pilaf, and is a real comfort food. Bake twice for just 10 minutes per time, and you have got yourself a dish worthy of sharing.
Use some of the leftover saltine crackers from the clam chowder to make these delicious crab cakes. Serve with lemon or tartar sauce for best result. Note: fresh crab is needed here, not canned.
For those families who love some extra spice, this is for you. Pickled jalapeños, plus spices and flaky white fish come together in this kicky fish recipe. Perfect to add some variety to your meal.
As you enjoy these dishes, take time to reflect on the past year, and be grateful that you can celebrate the holidays with family. Wishing you a merry Christmas, and best wishes for 2021.
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