So much flavor…so few ingredients! A quick and easy crumb coating makes this yummy tilapia recipe ideal for busy weeknights. Try the breading on cod for a change of pace. —Brandi Castillo, Santa Maria, California
I created this entree years ago when a friend gave me some fresh-caught mahi mahi. Shortly after, I entered the recipe in a contest and won! I think you'll agree it's a keeper. —Virginia Anthony, Jacksonville, Florida
I created this easy entree to convince my husband that seafood doesn't have to taste "fishy." He likes the flaky, phyllo wrapping as well as the bright green and red vegetables hidden inside of it. —Carrie Vazzano of Rolling Meadows, Illinois
Our Test Kitchen has packed all the comfort of Mom’s mouthwatering tuna casserole into six cute, individual-serving loaves drizzled with melted cheese. Try this quick and easy recipe on your family and reel in the raves!
SHOP SMART: When choosing canned tuna, remember:
*Solid white tuna (usually albacore, ye llowfin or Tongol) is milder in flavor, has whiter meat and is packed in water.
*Light meat tuna (usually skipjack or bonita) is stronger in flavor, darker in color and packed in oil or water.— Taste of Home Test Kitchen
“I love fresh spring asparagus and cheese,“ writes Joan Fredericks from Bloomington, Minnesota, “so when I found this scrumptious recipe combining both ingredients with fish, it soon became one of my favorites.“
If you're trying to add more fish to your diet, here's a deliciously simple recipe for baked salmon. Here, salmon is topped with sauteed onion, tomatoes, golden raisins and spices transforming an ordinary weeknight meal into a culinary adventure.
This costs about the same as an ordinary chicken potpie, but one bite and you'll be amazed at how much the salmon adds. With cream cheese and the flaky crust, this is no ordinary casserole. —Tyler Sherman, Williamsburg, Virginia
When his wife was temporarily laid up, Greg Sacho of DePere, Wisconsin took over the cooking. He came up with this moist, crunchy recipe as “an alternative to her mouthwatering fried fish,” he says. It's a keeper!
Tip: Combine leftover onion soup with 1/3 cup plus 1 tablespoon each water and milk to serve as soup.—Gary Sacho, De Pere, Wisconsin