“This easy and delectable recipe actually converted me to a fish lover,” writes Geraldine Buba from Palos Hills, Illinois. “It was given to me by a fishmonger decades ago and is frequently requested by family and friends. Even those who don’t like fish like this recipe!”
TIP: Tilapia or other white fish make easy substitutions for the orange roughy fillets in Geraldine’s recipe.
You’ll reel in raves with this baked and stuffed flounder from Katie Sloan in Charlotte, North Carolina. “It’s such an easy way to show someone you care,” she writes, “but it looks like you spent all day in the kitchen!”
"North meets south of the border in this dish-I roll our local Alaskan halibut into tortillas. It's one of my most requested recipes and a mainstay for potlucks and wedding buffets." —Carole Derifield, Valdez, Alaska
Combining different types of herbs not only gives this speedy fish depth of flavor, but it also results in a beautiful dish. Yvonne Nemec of Phillipsburg, New Jersey relates, “this is such an easy dish and so delicious. The herbs compliment the delicate flavor of the fish. We love it!
A flavorful pesto helps keep the fish moist, and toasted bread crumbs give the entree a nice finishing touch. “I like to use fresh basil from the garden for this easy dish,” notes Lee Bremson of Kansas City, Missouri.
This is a fast and easy recipe plus it’s low fat and healthy. Add a tossed salad and some hard bread and you have a gourmet meal. Plus, the cook can plate the meal from the casserole dish, leaving only two cooking utensils to clean.—Joy Adcock, Amarillo, Texas
These hearty breakfast roll-ups are great when you're serving a crowd. Everyone enjoys the smoked salmon flavor, which is nicely accented by a hint of dill in the eggs. —Mary Lou Wayman, Salt Lake City, Utah