This recipe can be made using any fresh mild-flavored white fish, such as cod, sole, sea bass, or flounder.
Sure to perk up a dreary winter day, this weeknight-friendly dish uses bold, rich ingredients like chile peppers, coconut milk, and winter squash. A few generous handfuls of baby spinach and lean and mild cod round out this nutritious one-dish meal. While this stew is great by itself, consider serving over brown rice for an extra dose of nutrients and fiber.
Think baked fish is boring? One taste of this catch of the day, and you'll be hooked. Thinly slice the squashes so they cook as swiftly as the cod or halibut, and combine them with capers, thyme, and olive oil. Covering with foil for most of the cooking time is key: The protein stays tender, the vegetables get soft and juicy, and every forkful bursts with flavor.
Trying to fit more heart-healthy fish and whole grains into your diet? Achieving those noble weeknight dinner goals just got easier with this Mediterranean-inspired dinner of Skillet Cod with Bulgur, Zucchini, and Tomatoes. Wholesome bulgur, mild-tasting cod, and saucy summer vegetables come together using just one skillet, making clean-up a breeze, too.
Miso is a fermented soybean paste. The lighter, or "white," version is milder and less salty than brown miso, and is sometimes referred to as sweet miso. It can be found in the Asian section of some supermarkets and most health-food stores.
This comforting bowl of chowder uses the natural starches found in russet potatoes to provide body, while a touch of heavy cream adds a velvety richness. The result is a naturally gluten-free soup with a light, creamy consistency that lets more delicate flavors like shallots and fish shine through.
The best part about making curry in a slow cooker? No stirring! Give it a couple of hours to thicken and to let the flavors meld, then add your favorite white fish 20 minutes before serving. This recipe appears in our cookbook "Martha Stewart's Slow Cooker" (Clarkson Potter).
Cod is a lean fish that is available year-round and can be baked, broiled, or poached. Its mild taste pairs well with sharp flavors, such as lemon.
This can't-miss batter is perfect for coating vegetables, shrimp, fish, and much more.
Creamy parsley sauce -- here, over cod -- is an old English favorite. The herb is stirred in at the end, so it maintains its vibrant flavor and color. This main dish is delicious served with boiled potatoes or rice.