~from Cooking for The King
healthy fish recipes: appetizer or entrees

Choose from these delicious traditional and nontraditional fish recipes for your Shabbat table and weeknight meals:

Barbecue Salmon ~a common recipe with a few uncommon ingredients

Chipotle Salmon Fish Cakes with avocado salsa~ My challenge: adapting this exotic sounding recipe to my family's tastes while using only ingredients already in my kitchen. I came up with this winner. It's easy, it freezes and it's something you can make ahead.

Easy baked salmon fish recipes ~Two simple, fool-proof and delicious ways to prepare popular salmon.

Seafood Pasta Salad ~Creamy, easy and budgetwise.
Salmon Quiche ~sophisticated enough for the fish course on Shabbos and easy enough for a weeknight entree, or a ladies' luncheon
Fish Louie ~Cooking for The King's kosher adaptation of the classic, creamy fish salad.

Queen in the kitchen Stuffed Fish ~Persian inspired, adapted for the Queen in the kitchen.

Moroccan Fish ~Served every Shabbat in many North African traditional homes over rice or couscous. Use any mild fish. Fish Croquettes ~A keeper. The filler of mashed vegetables makes this a healthy recipe. And it doesn't hurt that kids of all ages just love them.

Traditionally, Jewish women serve fish at every meal on the Sabbath. Fish are an ancient Jewish symbol of mazal, luck and fertility, an allusion to the end of days, and appear as a siman, omen, on our Rosh Hashanna table. The Talmud says that fish represent a form of life that is free of the influence of Ayin Hara. Here's how our sages say fish ward off the ayin hara or Evil Eye.

We leave you with this beautiful insight from Mrs. Shira Smiles on the deeper meaning of why we eat fish on Shabbos: An Unquenchable Thirst

Cooking for The King: The book of Torah insights, recipes and practical tips designed to bring majesty to the mundane.

Cooking for The King by Renee Chernin ~ The book of Torah insights, recipes and practical tips designed to bring majesty to the mundane.

As featured in Mishpacha, the Jewish Press, Hamodia,  Yated & 5Towns Jewish Home

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