10 Healthy Fish Recipes NOT to Give Up

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 Try one of these healthy fish recipes for Lent![/caption] While some people are more passionate than others about the origin, practices, and traditions surrounding Lent, the phrase, “I’m giving it up for Lent” has become commonplace in our culture. Traditionally, those observing Lent give up meat on Ash Wednesday and every Friday during Lent, but now this phrase seems to cover everything from chocolate, to well – whatever it is you crave the most. In honor of the original tradition, and because fish is so good for you, we thought we’d offer these 10 healthy fish recipes for you to try for the next 40 days and beyond! Rosemary Grilled Scallops – this recipe includes Gruyère polenta, which for any foodie means, “you had me at cheese.” Tasty Tilapia – this is a fish recipe you’ll often find on restaurant menus for its agreeable, mild taste. It’s all in the seasoning and of course, the sides! Lemon Pepper Shrimp – add pasta, friends and family for the perfect evening! The Ultimate Fish Taco – this recipe utilizes pink chili mayonnaise, along with a tangy mango salsa, living up to the word, “ultimate!” Prince Edward Island Fish Cakes – if it’s good enough for Prince Edward, it’s good enough for us; not to mention the recipe is quite easy! Tuna Noodle Casserole – who can deny the comfort value of the traditional tuna noodle casserole? Not us! Baked Salmon Dijon – now here’s a recipe that will make you look like a gourmet chef, even if you’re not and it’s super simple. Mediterranean Baked Fish – the combination of dry white wine and orange zest makes this fish something to dish about. Smoked Salmon Spread – this Ina Garten appetizer recipe is sure to please guests while they wait, chat, and comment on what a marvelous cook you are. Seared Mahi Mahi with Zesty Basil Butter – you guessed it…they had us at basil butter. Whatever you’re celebrating, giving up, or not giving up, we’re always happy to hear about your life adventures. Share your favorite fish recipes or any other way you will be celebrating the tradition by tagging us at #LifeAtWeidner. -The Weidner Team

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