This pan-fried fish recipe is melt-in-your-mouth delicious and easy to make. The fish is lightly seared in a hot pan with a little oil for 5-8 minutes, then topped with a simple no-cook lemon-herb Thai sauce that really compliments the flavor of the fish and lets its tenderness shine through. Wonderful with rice, but equally good with potatoes, this easy fish recipe makes a great meal and is simple enough to fry up any night of the week. ENJOY!
While most people associate sardines with the canned variety, "real" sardines are something else entirely. You'll love the tenderness of this easy fish recipe, which includes a dry barbecue rub slathered on the fish before grilling followed by a flavorful Thai sauce that makes this dish truly gourmet!
This Thai Pan-Fried Fish is simple to make, and you're sure to love the results! Any firm, white-fleshed fish fillets can be used for this recipe - cod is excellent, as is snapper, halibut, talapia, or whatever is fresh and available where you live. If you enjoy fish, try this recipe for a true fish treat!
15. Easy Fish Curry
This fish curry tastes so delectable, you won't believe how fast and easy it is - ready in just 20 minutes! Fillets of fish (any type, fresh or frozen) are simmered in a rich Thai curry sauce. Includes vegetables for a healthy one-pot dish. Like all curries, this fish curry makes excellent leftovers as well as hot lunches to take to work. A nice dish any time of year, but particularly warming during cool weather. And it's ready in just 20 minutes!
This baked talapia recipe is Thai delicious and easy to make. While this same dish would be steamed in Thailand, I find baking it easier and the results just as delicious. This talapia recipe features the dark richness of tamarind, which is a fruit that grows in many parts of Asia. Make it easy on yourself and buy the prepared tamarind paste at a Chinese, Asian, or Indian food store. The sauce is a combination of sweet and sour, with tones of chili, garlic and ginger. Note that other types of white-fleshed fish will work with this recipe if you can't find talapia, such as cod, sole, snapper, etc.... ENJOY!
This baked salmon is aromatic and delicious. Salmon steaks or fillets are baked for 20 minutes in an easy-to-make Thai red curry sauce that compliments the rich taste of the salmon. But unlike a lot of salmon sauce recipes, this one is lactose-free, calling for coconut milk instead of cream. If you're game, cook or serve this salmon in a banana leaf boat (as pictured here) - "how to" link included with recipe. ENJOY!
This simple recipe for grilled salmon is easy to make and tastes truly heavenly. The special Thai marinade is a perfect match for the richness of salmon, enhancing and bringing out all of its naturally succulent taste. This recipe will show you how to cook salmon easily and quickly, and includes lots of cooking tips to help you get your salmon just right.
This excellent recipe for whole fish can either be fried or grilled (the one pictured here was fried). In Thailand, small whole fish are used for this dish, so I usually use either a few rainbow trout (one per person), or whole snapper - in both cases, the taste is just as I remember it from the beaches of Thailand. Simply marinate the fish in fish sauce, then fry or grill it (instructions for both methods included). Pour a special Thai sauce overtop, and serve - Mmmmm...!!
In coastal Thailand, fresh fish is plentiful and delicious grilled or steamed in a wok. Try this steamed version combining lemongrass, galangal (or ginger), and fresh coriander for a melt-in-your-mouth taste experience. It's easy - just follow the steps!