You know you’re supposed to eat at least two servings a week of fish—preferably the fatty kind, such as salmon, mackerel or herring. But are you really getting your quota—every week? Maybe you like seafood but aren’t inspired to cook it very often (you’re hoping anchovies on pizza count). Or maybe you know fish is good for you, but you just don’t like it.

If you love seafood (or wish you did), you’re in for a whale of a treat with the mouthwateringly delicious recipes below. We’re sure they’ll become such favorites that you and your family will be eating fish—and reaping the wonderful health benefits—more often than just twice a week!

Note: You might also want to check out Bottom Line’s Your Guide to the Mediterranean Diet.


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