Simple Fish Recipe
Simple fish recipes are essential for quickly and easily putting fresh, delicious meals on the table. We all love salmon like everyone else, but many different fish recipes are out there to entice food lovers of all ages. Introduce fish to children from a young age; if you make it part of their diet, they won’t become fussy about eating it as they get older.
Is fish good for you?
Fish is filled with fatty acids like omega-3 and vitamins like D and B2 (riboflavin). Fish are rich in calcium and phosphorus, and they are a great source of iron, zinc, iodine, magnesium, and potassium minerals. As part of a well-balanced diet, its recommended that you eat fish at least twice per week.
Fish is a healthy food that is high in protein, essential for its omega-3 fatty acids, which are necessary fats not created by our bodies independently. For brain and heart health, omega-3 fatty acids play a vital role. It has been shown that Omega-3s decrease inflammation and lower the risk of heart disease.
Turmeric Fish with Rice Noodles and Herbs
Cha influences this recipe Ca La Vong, a Vietnamese dish. The fish is usually fried on the tableside in Hanoi, where the dish originates and served with various accompaniments. You can hold different spices, sauce, and noodles, or combine all of them in a bowl as we did.
1⁄2 thin, finely chopped red or green chilies
2 tablespoons sauce for fish
2 tablespoons of fresh juice for lime
1 tablespoon of sugar
2 cloves of garlic, finely grated, divided
6 ounces of thin noodles for vermicelli
1 1⁄2-inch of a peeled, finely grated slice of ginger
1⁄2 teaspoon of turmeric
Neutral oil for 3 teaspoons, divided
Skinless cod, 3⁄4 pound boneless, cut into 2-inch sections
Freshly ground pepper, kosher salt
1 bunch of dill, chopped rather coarsely (about 2 cups)
Four scallions, white parts lengthwise very thinly sliced, green parts cut into 2-inch bits
1⁄4 cup of roasted peanuts, skin-on, coarsely crushed
In a small bowl, mix the chili, fish sauce, lime juice, sugar, half the garlic, and 1⁄4 cup of cold water until the sugar dissolves.
In compliance with product instructions, cook noodles. Drain with cold water and clean
Ginger blend, turmeric, 2 tbsp. Oil in a medium dish, and the remaining garlic. To coat, add fish and toss; season with salt and pepper.
1 Tbsp of remaining heat. Oil in a medium-high non-stick skillet until shimmering. Add the fish mixture and cook for 4-5 minutes, occasionally turning, until golden brown and just cooked. Apply the dill and scallion greens, stir a few times, and then continue to cook for about 30 seconds until the greens are wilted.
Divide the bowls of pasta, fish mix, and peanuts. Cover it with white scallions and serve.