Delicious recipes to help inspire you to get creative cooking your catch.

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Gordon Ramsay’s Beer Batter Fish and Chips

Gordon Ramsay Fish and Chips Recipe is a complete traditional English meal. The fish is coated with a beer batter that produces a crunchy and delightful texture, as the internal of the fish is delicate fall apart flaky

Photo from Grandbaby Cakes

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There’s something about the bright, fresh sauce that seems to pair perfectly with a mild, light fish like Mahi Mahi or tilapia.  Even better when served alongside some yummy green broccolini!  This simple meal takes all of 15 minutes to prepare, and is wonderfully delicious and healthy too.

Photo & recipe by Gimme Some Oven


An easy 30 minute ceviche packed with fresh ingredients and an array of flavors and spices. Serve this up and impress that special someone.

Photo and Recipe by Odessa Poissonnier

Seared Marlin ー Marlin Tataki

In “tataki” method, the meat or fish is seared very briefly over a hot flame or in a pan. In this seared marlin recipe, I used a cooking torch. It’s very easy and fun to sear using a torch if you have one. The method originated in Kōchi Prefecture of Japan. Over there, they use skipjack tuna to make this dish and it’s called Katsuo no tataki (カツオのたたき)in Japanese. That’s one of Kochi’s most famous dishes. It is often served with sliced sweet onions, green onions, grated ginger and garlic and seasoned with salt or soy sauce with vinegar and/or citrus (ponzu). Traditionally, katsuo no tataki should be seared directly over fire on dried rice straw until just the outer layer is burned.

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Cured Striped Marlin with Citrus Vinaigrette, Beet Ceviche, & Goat Cheese

A simple, yet elegant dish that is easily prepared and is sure to impress.

Present on a plate with beet ceviche on top and garnish with goat cheese. Garnish plate with shaved celery or micro greens and citrus vinaigrette.

Photo and Recipe by Local I’a

Yellowtail Teriyaki ぶりの照り焼き

Yellowtail Teriyaki, or Buri no Teriyaki, is a classic fish dish in Japan. Simple and elegant with the perfect glaze of teriyaki sauce. This dish is also one of the special dishes included in the traditional Japanese New Year’s meal, Osechi Ryori.

Osechi Ryori are the traditional foods enjoyed on New Year’s day in Japan. They come in an assortment of colorful dishes packed together in special boxes called jubako, which resemble bento boxes. Every dish of these traditional foods has special meaning in welcoming the New Year. Find out more here.

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Temaki is a hand-rolled type of sushi characterized by its conical shape. The dish consists of rice, raw fish, and vegetables wrapped in a piece of nori seaweed.

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Seared Ono with Honey Soy Glaze and Pineapple Salsa

This recipe for Seared Ono with Honey Soy Glaze and Fresh Pineapple Salsa is refreshing and light, with fresh, clean satisfying flavors.
Hawaiian Ono, also called Wahoo, is a delicate, flaky and mild-flavored fish.

Recipe and Photo by Sylvia Fountaine

Zen Noodle Bowl

This  Zen Noodle Bowl- is loaded up with fresh seasonal veggies and a delicious Ponzu Dressing with seared sesame crusted ahi tuna.

Photo & Recipe by Sylvia Fountaine

Korean Sesame and Chile Roasted Mahi-Mahi

Fire up your evening with this flaky and tender mahi-mahi. Gochujang is a Korean fermented chile paste, similar to Sriracha but with a unique, complex flavor. Mixed with a bit of honey to help counter the heat, it makes for a sweet-spicy glaze you won’t soon forget.

Photo and Recipe by Home Chef

Lemon Garlic Mahi

An easy mahi recipe with a garlic lemon sauce. A simple and wildly delicious way to prepare and serve this tender, flakey, and popular white fish.

Recipe and Photo by Jessica Randhawa of The Forked Spoon

Mahi Mahi in Lemon Garlic Cream Sauce

Mahi mahi, also known as dorado, is a hearty, tender, flaky fish waiting to grace your dining table with this sensational recipe!
The mahi mahi is spice rubbed then pan seared until golden then bathed in an intoxicating, creamy lemon, garlic sauce. It looks and tastes fancy but is super quick and easy to make! Serve this one pot mahi mahi recipe with mashed potatoes, pasta, or rice with a big green salad and garlic bread and you have one of the most tantalizing dinners of all time!

Photo & recipe by Carlsbad Cravings

Homemade Ahi Tuna Poke Bowls

Make your own delicious ahi tuna poke bowl at home. This recipe is loaded with healthy brown rice, salad, vegetables and topped with marinated tuna poke.

Photo & recipe by Jessica Gavin

Blackened Fish Tacos with Avocado Lime Sauce

A super simple blackened fish taco recipe served with a creamy avocado lime sauce to drizzle on top. Firm white fish is coated with a spicy seasoning blend and pan-fried until lightly charred on the surface for maximum flavor.

Photo & recipe by Jessica Gavin

Mahi Mahi with Crunchy Coleslaw

Pan-seared mahi mahi recipe coated with a blend of savory and sweet spices. Each fillet is served with a crunchy and refreshing honey lime coleslaw.

Photo & recipe by Jessica Gavin

Mahi Mahi with Pineapple & Red Peppers

A hearty, white-fleshed fish, mahi mahi stands up well to the bold flavors of pineapple and red bell pepper.

Photo & recipe by Robin Miller

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