20 Global Fish Recipes

Whether you’re looking to lighten up your diet or just love fish, I’ve got 20 Global Fish Recipes right here that are sure to provide lots of inspiration and delicious meals around the table with loved ones! Beyond mere sustenance…  😉

A collage of global fish recipes for fall and winter!

There was no cast net and the boy remembered when they had sold it. But they went through this fiction every day. There was no pot of yellow rice and fish and the boy knew this too.

~~ Ernest Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea.

~~ Ernest Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea.

👩🏻‍🍳 Tamara Talks – What is a pescatarian?

I could be a pescatarian (one who does not eat meat but does eat fish and seafood). So many of my favorite foods come out of the water – oysters, shrimp, scallops, fish. Emphasis on FISH.

When I started putting together this post, I expected some amazing recipes, but I was totally overwhelmed by the quality and variety of the contributions I received. I’m guessing that means there are a lot of fish-lovers out there!

In order to narrow this list to a manageable number, I elected to stay primarily with fish this time; I will bring you a similar collection of shellfish recipes in the near future.  😀

With the change of the seasons, many home cooks tend to rely on meat and poultry for cool-weather fare. I live 45 miles from the Gulf of Mexico (as the crow flies), and I tend to be looking for interesting fish recipes year ’round. My focus with this “roundup” is on dishes that will make your mouth-water when the days are getting shorter… and cooler. Fish soups, stews, and gravies with hearty bases. I hope you’ll find yourself drooling making a few…

🐟 Stove Top Recipes

Global Fish Recipes Cooked On the Stove:

You'll find fish curries from Cambodia and India, fish and noodles from Asia, Middle Eastern cod cakes, and more. Cook them on the stove without special equipment!

🐠 Other Cooking Methods

More fish recipes - broiled, baked, combination, and pressure cooker:

Here we've got a taste of Vietnam, Greece, and a lot of vibrant, eclectic flavor!

Well, what do you think? I’ve added a couple of these to my “must try” list! If you’re interested in even more fish and seafood, be sure to check out healthy Latin-inspired fish and seafood. Here’s to eating more fish…

Signature in red and green with chiles and limes. Healthyish Latin cuisine.

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  1. Ive made half of these now…. everyone of them so very enjoyable! Im slowly becoming a fish lover with all of these innovative recipes you keep sharing!

  2. This is a stunningly gorgeous line-up! So many fantastic flavors, and so many intriguing cultural inspirations! Can’t wait to share this! And thank you so much for including our beloved Red Miso Salmon – we’re honored to be included among so many amazing recipes!

    1. It was tough to narrow this down to 20 – I had 145 great submissions! I am looking forward to trying your Red Miso Salmon! Thanks so much 🙂