Salmon is one of our favourites for its versatility, like this easy to make recipe. Salmon is low in saturated fat, a great source of protein and omega 3 fatty acids, vitamins (B12, B6, D, riboflavin, niacin, folic acid, etc.), iron, potassium, selenium and many more nutrients.
Elevate your fish fillets with this luxurious red bell peppers and white wine sauce which is very easy to make. You will never cook fish the same way again! Enjoy with a side of zucchini and corn with feta cheese on top.
This ceviche made with fully-cooked fish and mango has the perfect amount of sweet and tart taste that you will love. Enjoy with some nachos, tostadas or soda crackers; as an appetizer, main or side dish. Really refreshing!
What’s not to love about fish tacos? With battered fried fish, guacamole, pickled onions, cilantro and lemon juice you will always ask uno más!
‘Balacao a la Vizcaina’ is a Spanish-style dish (from the Basque region) very common in Mexico and other Latin-American countries during Christmas, New Year’s Eve but also on Easter since the catholic tradition encourages people to eat more fish during Lent (Cuaresma).
When there is no time for a fancy dinner this easy to make tuna salad is the perfect choice.
This Spanish-style dish (from the Basque region) is usually made with salted cod fish and known as “Bacalao” (salted cod in Spanish). It’s also very popular in Latin America where each country and family has it’s own recipe. In Mexico it is commonly served at Christmas or New Year´s Eve dinners. Salted cod fish requires lengthy preparation and has a strong flavour; I prefer to use tuna fish and eat it any time of the year.