This baked halibut is a quick and easy one-pan meal that’s perfect for a weeknight dinner. Everything is cooked together on a baking sheet, which makes a great no-fuss meal. I made a soy-glazed salmon and asparagus sheet pan dinner recently, and decided I should make a similar recipe with another kind of fish. The
It’s Lent, which means it’s time for a lot more fish recipes around here. I’m a big seafood fan anyway, but I end up making more seafood recipes than usual during Lent. I made this the other night on Ash Wednesday. It’s a a quick and easy weeknight dinner, and it only requires one pan.
Some of the links in this post are affiliate links, which means I receive compensation if you make a purchase using the link (more information). I made these yesterday as a late lunch / early dinner. They also make a great appetizer, a filling for lettuce wraps, or skewers. If making them for dinner, they
I made mango salsa to go on top of grilled Mahi Mahi the other weekend, and I had some left over. I wasn’t quite in a taco mood yet, so I wanted to try something else with it. One of my friends came over for dinner when I made these. She said these had a
These fresh fish tacos with grilled Mahi Mahi have just enough flavor that doesn’t overpower the fish. The broccoli slaw is a great texture contrast with the fish. A chipotle lime crema ties all of the flavors and textures together.
I made this for dinner last night, and it was so good, but I pulled some out of the fridge today to take a photo and decided it’s even better the second day. I’m looking forward to having this again for lunch today and tomorrow. I used red drum as the fish in this recipe.
These chipotle lime mixed fajitas are packed with flavor. A fun meal to make for a group of friends, or for the whole family.
Usually I’m the person who wants to get in and out of the grocery story as quickly as possible. I know what I want, I know where it is, and that’s that. Yesterday was one of those days when I felt like exploring everything, so naturally I ended up with a live lobster in my
I grew up in Charleston, SC, so I’ve definitely eaten a lot of shrimp and grits. When I moved to Philadelphia, I couldn’t find any restaurants with good grits. Seriously, they were always watery and flavorless. Yuck. Bad grits everywhere meant that I was more likely to win the lottery than find good shrimp and