14 Delicious Fish Dinners Ready in 15 Minutes
Salmon with Brown Sugar Glaze
Salmon fillets and a couple pantry ingredients (brown sugar and Dijon mustard) are all you need to make this impressive dinner. "This is my favorite recipe! I make this way too often," says Tamara. "It's quick and easy! I serve this with rice and broccoli."
Broiled Tilapia Parmesan
"The fish is broiled with a creamy cheese coating for an impressive flavor and texture," says Phoebe.
Maple Cajun Mahi Mahi
This quick mahi-mahi meal features a sweet and spicy seasoning combo. "Simple and DELICIOUS!" says William. "Did it in a cast iron skillet over the grill to cut down the mess. It's a keeper!"
Lemon Pepper Cod
It doesn't get easier than this. Cod fillets, lemon juice, and black pepper, plus a little veggie oil for cooking, are all you need! But if you like, recipe reviewer Lori Barret offers a few quick additions: "To step it up a notch I add capers and cherry tomatoes while it s cooking," she says. "Then at the end I throw in a few handfuls of spinach. My husband loves it and he's not a big fish eater. This is my go-to fish recipe."
Tuna Lime Tostadas
Canned tuna makes this healthy dinner quick and easy. It's ready in about 10 minutes. "Great recipe and virtually zero prep-work," says D.C. Flint. "No changes necessary but can be easily modified for different diets/tastes."
Super Simple Salmon
Salmon fillets are sprinkled with simple seasonings and seared in a little melted butter. "This is a very simple but delicious way to prepare fresh salmon using just a few ingredients from your pantry," says Angela Sing Huey Looi.
Tuna Curry in a Hurry
Canned tuna simmers with minced garlic and chopped onion and bell pepper in curry powder-seasoned sour cream. "I was looking for a quick tuna recipe that I could whip together with canned tuna," says Desert_Rain. "I'm glad I stumbled upon this! Tastes so gourmet! I will definitely make this again."
Broiled Spanish Mackerel
All you need here are olive oil, lemon slices, mackerel fillets, and paprika. "Super easy and delicious," says Smokey. "Make sure you have fresh mackerel. We used smoked paprika for a little more favor."
Quick Sardine Curry
A quick stir-fry with canned sardines in a simple coconut curry sauce. "Spicy and just a little bit sweet!" says Cyn. "Great with rice or toast. Makes enough for one, but can be stretched for two or made with more sardines. Enjoy!"
Grilled Salmon Steaks Italian-Style
Salmon steaks are seasoned with dried Italian seasonings, cooked on the grill, and then finished with a sprinkle of fresh lime juice. "Delicious! I used a thick fillet and broiled it," says ChristineM. "Nice change from our usual Dijon/dill/lemon combinations. I will definitely make this one again!"
Easy Pan-Fried Fish Fillet
Chinese five-spice powder is the secret ingredient here. "This is a very easy method to make any type of mild-flavored fish—flounder, halibut, cod, catfish, or tilapia are great candidates," says Anonymous.
Tuna Steaks with Garlic-Herb Cream Sauce
"Tuna steaks are dressed up with a dreamy garlic-herb cream sauce," says thedailygourmet. "I served mine on top of wilted spinach."
Easy Mustard-Glazed Broiled Salmon
Rice vinegar, Dijon mustard, and a dash of Asian hot sauce give this broiled salmon a sweet and sour, slightly spicy flavor profile. Chef John says, "This simple recipe makes a great salmon glaze. The sugar in the seasoned rice vinegar caramelizes under the broiler and the sweet, salty vinegar works perfectly with the tangy mustard. While my original recipe only had two ingredients, I've added Sriracha hot sauce and a pinch of salt."
Grilled Herbed Tilapia in Foil Packets
Tilapia fillets are seasoned with dried dill weed, fresh chives, salt, and freshly ground pepper, then wrapped up in foil packets, and grilled. "Fast and simple," says Soup Loving Nicole. "I stuck my foil packet under the oven broiler for a few to get some color."