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Every one of these recipes takes 30 minutes or less.
Partially submerge a cod filet in wine, add lemon zest and olives, then throw the whole thing in the oven for 20 minutes. Proof that cooking fish at home does not have to be intimidating. Recipe here.
Meat and potatoes, reinvented. Recipe here.
The fish/cheese combination can be tricky. Here, the feta adds tang to the cucumber quinoa, which compliments the tilapia perfectly. Recipe here.
Stewing fish is nothing like stewing tough cuts of meat. Here, flaky white fish is simmered quickly in super flavorful liquid, then served with boiled potatoes. Recipe here.
Wrapping filets in parchment paper with a little bit of liquid and some quick cooking vegetables is a great way to cook fish if you hate cooking. Recipe here.
Just because it's winter doesn't mean you have to eat soup all the time. Recipe here.
In the summer, cook this sweet, tangy salmon dish on the grill. In colder months, just use a grill pan on the stove top. Recipe here.
If you have kids, I admit that pan-seared bass might be a hard sell. These fish sticks, though? Totally kid-approved. Recipe here.
If you chop your garlic, olives, and sardines while the fish is cooking, you could actually have this on the table in 15 minutes. Recipe here.
Is it cheating to use smoked salmon? I don't know, but after you taste this brunch-inspired pasta dish, you won't care. Recipe here.
Starting your fish in a pan on the stovetop and finishing it in the oven ensures even cooking and super crispy, delicious skin. Recipe here.
10-minute fish, 2-minute sauce. Recipe here.
Mix your salad before you start cooking the tuna. Because, once that fish hits the pan, it'll be done in just four minutes. Recipe here.
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