Try some of our favorite healthy seafood recipes for sustainable fish you can feel good about buying and cooking.
Some varieties of seafood, such as mackerel, lake trout, herring, sardines, albacore tuna and salmon, are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, and most seafood is high in selenium and low in saturated fat, making it a heart-healthy protein choice. We've opted for sustainable choices of fish and seafood, and there are plenty of options in our healthy seafood recipes! If you’re not a fish-lover but want to start incorporating it into your menu, start with milder varieties like haddock, halibut and mahi-mahi and balance the taste with a robust sauce or acidic elements like lemon juice. If there is a stronger-flavored variety that you are hesitant to try, soak the fish in milk to neutralize some “ocean” flavors. If you are already a seafood lover, experiment with different types of seafood, like mussels, crab, clams and shrimp, in your favorite seafood recipes.