Spreading fish fillets with a seasoned mayonnaise and sour cream mixture keeps the fish moist while baking. For the most flavor, use fresh basil, which is abundant in gardens and grocery stores in summer.
My husband loves swordfish, and we have a ton of swordfish recipes because of that. But, this is his favorite way to have it—moist, tender and perked up with herbs. Tuna is a good substitute for swordfish. Its firm texture stands up to grilling. —Lorie Rice, Liverpool, New York
"SINCE pinto beans and mashed potatoes were our usual daily fare, salmon was a special treat on Sundays. We ate these cakes fast as Mama could fry them—she couldn't get them off the griddle fast enough."
“I found this recipe 30 years ago when my husband was in the Army. I tweaked it to cut down on butter and flour, but it's as good as the original. We love it and eat it often.”
—Laura McDowell, Lake Villa, Illinois