Our best cod recipes will give your go-to salmon dish a run for its money.
Poach salmon in the same thyme-and-garlic-infused water that the corn is boiled in for this refreshing, time-saving salad dinner.
Grilled swordfish with whole-lemon dressing is the meaty main your dinner party deserves.
Tender grilled swordfish steaks are topped with a bright, garlicky Mediterranean-inspired dressing of chopped whole lemon and oregano.
This lightly miso-marinated salmon is served with a bright green spinach sauce underneath.
Salting fish removes the fishy-tasting juice from the flesh.
This quick and fuss-free foil-packet method for grilling salmon will free you from your grilling fears.
This easy grilled salmon in foil recipe is totally foolproof, resulting in flaky fish with a garlic-herb butter sauce. And did we mention cleanup is a breeze?
Though it’s a move perfected by chefs in fancy restaurants, this crispy salmon technique is easy and fun enough to pull off at home—even on a weeknight.
For easy crispy salmon on a weeknight, take a page from chef Adrienne Cheatham's book and top your fish with a slice of brioche.
Dressed with ginger, tart salted plums, and pickled mustard greens, this is a refreshing steamed fish dinner that keeps you coming back for more.
This 30-minute fish dinner is creamy, crispy, and deeply satisfying.
In this easy weeknight dinner, the fish is the chip. Coat fish fillets with sour cream and panko breadcrumbs, then bake until crisp and golden brown.
This spicy Hunan steamed fish recipe can be made with either carp or salmon.
If time is of the essence, a skin-on fish fillet is your best friend. Not only does this black bass crisp up beautifully when pressed down on a hot pan—it also absorbs the flavors of its dressing beautifully.
Fish dishes you can feast on.
Baking salmon in a low oven keeps the fillets moist and tender for an elegant meal that’s virtually guaranteed to become a staple in your repertoire.
This classic but flexible French bouillabaisse recipe is all you need to bring the iconic seafood stew of Marseille to your table.
These lucky Lunar New Year dishes are a delicious way to celebrate and welcome the Year of the Tiger.
You could have a comforting soup to enjoy on its own for a couple of meals—but you can also use the leftovers to make a whole new dish.