This salmon recipe is melt-in-your-mouth delicious! Fillets of marinated salmon are pan-fried or grilled / barbecued, searing in the flavors and omega-3 goodness of the fish. The salmon is then served with a tangy Thai lemongrass-honey sauce that marries perfectly with salmon's natural flavors. A healthy, delicious, and easy recipe that can be made in under 30 minutes. Great for an everyday dinner entree that even your kids will love.
This beautiful soup is similar to hot & sour soup, but better! In Thai, it's known as "Geng Som Pla" - which actually means Orange Fish Curry" - an ancient recipe from the Central Plains region of Thailand. It is a fiery-hot soup with both sour and sweet overtones that make for a lively combination, especially when paired with your choice of fish and/or seafood.
You'll love this tender and wonderful-tasting Thai-style baked fish! Slathered in a fragrant basil curry sauce, the fish is then wrapped in banana leaves (or tin foil/parchment paper) and baked in the oven. Coconut rice makes an excellent optional accompaniment (recipe included), or serve with regular rice or potatoes. Nearly any type of fish will work in this recipe, including salmon, red snapper, cod, sole, etc...) An easy and healthy fish recipe that's also fun to make, and the taste is truly gourmet. Enjoy!
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!
While fresh whole fish is usually grilled outdoors in Thailand, here in North America we often have to come up with alternate cooking methods owing to weather conditions. To accommodate both indoor and outdoor methods, here's a fish recipe that can either be baked/broiled indoors, OR barbecued outside. Either way, this fish is spectacular looking AND tasting! A variety of fish can be used in this recipe, including red snapper, gray mullet, rainbow trout, or tilapia. If you prefer a more authentic approach, bake your fish in banana leaves instead of tin foil. ENJOY!
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...!!
This Chinese-inspired baked salmon is gourmet-delicious, yet extremely easy to make. You'll love how the rich-tasting black bean sauce enhances the exquisite flavor of the salmon. This baked fish recipe also works with other types of fish, such as cod, sole, snapper, or halibut - all healthy and safe seafood choices (either fresh or frozen). This easy baked fish is superb for everyday meals, but also wonderful enough to serve to a taste-discerning crowd. ENJOY!