Creamy Salmon with Lemon and Fresh Dill

Creamy Baked Salmon with lemon and dill

This creamy salmon with fresh dill is moist and so refreshing. The dill and lemon seasoning brought it to perfection. My husband does a lot of fishing so I am always on the look out for good fish recipes.  Continue reading →

White Fish Roll-Ups with Asparagus and Red Bell Pepper

White fish roll ups

These fish roll ups are beautiful, flavorful, refreshing and sophisticated. White fish rolled with fresh asparagus and red bell pepper. I like to prepare this ahead of time when I’m expecting company. When my guests arrive, I just pop it in the oven and it’s ready in 30 minutes. 

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Parmesan Fish (Salmon) Katleti with Alfredo Sauce

Delicious creamy Alfredo sauce with fish katleti over pasta. I combined two of my recipes to make this dish – Fish (Salmon balls), and Salmon Fettuccine Alfredo.

I figured that these fish katleti will go well with creamy Alfredo sauce and pasta; so here we are ~Parmesan Fish Katleti with Alfredo Sauce and Pasta.
I wish I could find a better name for this. Parmesan Fishballs with Alfredo Sauce? Parmesan Fishball Alfredo?  Alfredo Parmesan Katleti? Katleti with Alfredo Sauce? Anyways… you could call it so many ways, but “deliciously- mouthwatering” is definitely one of them.

This homemade Alfredo sauce is not even close to the store-bought jarred ones. And it’s not even difficult to make.
Not big fan of fish??!! No problem, you totally can use ground chicken.

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Pan Seared Salmon with Dill Cream Sauce

My husband enjoys fishing so we have fish for dinner quite often. Salmon is one of our favorite fish. It’s a rich source of heart healthy omega-3 fatty acids and it tastes great.  For the sauce, I use a base of cream with touch of white wine and fresh chopped dill.  I love the flavor of fresh dill and salmon together.  The two combination of flavors play very well off each other.

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Sturgeon with Capers, White Wine Cream Sauce

This is one of those dishes that look and sound sophisticated but is actually very easy to prepare and tastes delicious. My brother- in- law Victor caught this big Sturgeon and he shared it with us, very nice of him. J  But if you don’t have a Sturgeon fillet, you can use any kind of white fish: halibut, tilapia, snapper etc.
This recipes defiantly a keeper!!! Continue reading →