Even though you all know that I’m not one for healthy eating resolutions and detoxes, we all also know that I had a great deal of foodie fun during the course of the holiday season. Furthermore, I am in the midst of training for my next marathon (and life in general), but I also only have so much time to prepare meals. But I am a bit tired of the same old same old. Enter: seafood.
Thanks to our Sizzlefish delivery, we have been enjoying a decent amount of excellent fish in the Suzlyfe household of late. So I thought that I might round up my favorite healthy seafood recipes and dishes from the blog over the past year and recently, in case you all were in the same boat! These are great options for fast, healthy, satisfying, and flavorful meals year round, at home or at work (or even on the road). None of the recipes take longer than 15 minutes, and the majority take less than 10.
New Recipes for you!
- Mustard Caper Dill Tuna Cakes
Mix the following: 1 1/2 TBSP grainy mustard, a little bit of honey mustard, chopped capers, 1/2 TBSP worchestershire sauce, dried dill (I like a lot!), dried parsley, red pepper flake, salt, pepper, and one can or pouch of flaked tuna or salmon. Form into a patty and let sit for a bit. Heat saute pan over medium high heat, when at temp cook patties 2-4 minutes on both sides to develop a crust.
- Taco-Ready Mahi Mahi
Pat fish dry, then dust with salt, pepper, garlic powder, cayenne, cilantro, cumin, and lime zest (if you have it). Either bake at 400 for 10-15 minutes (until firm, but still pinkish on the exterior–it will stay pinker than most fish) or pan saute over medium-high heat, flip after 4-5 minutes, and cover with a lid and reduce to medium heat for another 4-5 minutes.
- Kale Crusted Haddock
Grind up crispy kale chips (I used Manna Organics Pizza Margerita flavor) and mix with a little salt. Pat Haddock (or other fish) dry, lay fillets into kale crisps and press down gently. Bake at 400 for 10-15 minutes, or until firm.
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