Swim the international seas (figuratively) and try these flavorful fish recipes.
Cost per serving: $3.50
Try this dish for Mediterranean flair at mealtime. For the best flavor, use a robust type of olive, such as kalamata. Canned Spansih olives are too mild; they would be overpowered by the strong flavors in the tomato mixture.
See recipe: Tilapia with Tomatoes and Olives
Cost per serving: $2.76
A British pub classic gets a healthy update with this simple recipe. You can choose any variety of whitefish, such as tilapia, flounder or halibut. Keep in mind that thicker fillets might take a minute or two longer to cook through than thinner ones.
See recipe: Baked Fish and Chips
Cost per serving: $2.95
This delicious dish calls for classic Asian stir-fry ingredients and adds green peas for color and crunch. To make it even more unusual, go vegetarian by leaving out the shrimp and substituting black beans or edamame.
See recipe: Stir-Fried Noodles with Shrimp and Peas
Cost per serving: $1.36
Don’t leave the fish sitting in the marinade for more than 30 minutes, or the texture might be mushy. If you'd like to work in advance, prepare and grill the fish a day ahead, then cover and refrigerate.
See recipe: Grilled Tilapia Soft Tacos
Cost per serving: 52¢
Get a taste of Italy for less than $1 per serving! Take advantage of fresh spring garlic for this recipe. Look for small, firm bulbs. Skin color ranges from white to purple.
Try this tuna recipe: Tuscan-Style Tuna with White Beans
Cost per serving: $3.41
For a complete meal, serve this tasty dish over a bed of rice.
See recipe: Spicy Shrimp and Mango Stir-Fry