This baked halibut recipe is a a delicious and healthy weeknight meal! There’s minimal prep and cleanup involved, and it’s under 400 calories. Serve this with a green salad and you have a complete meal!
I don’t remember when I my love for fish tacos started.. all I know is that it came quick and swift. I love fish tacos because they are such a blank canvas. You can make them baja-style (beer-battered, YUM), grilled (I love mahi-mahi for this), or you could even make salmon tacos with a dijon-crema. Living (and growing up) in New England, I’ve had the luxury of having access to fresh seafood for my whole life.
First off, I love swordfish; to me, it is the perfect fish. Admittedly, I never order swordfish at restaurants, because in my experience, it’s always over-cooked and dried out. Swordfish is a very meaty fish, which makes it great for marinades, grilling, etc.. I think that swordfish is a great “entry” fish for those trying to incorporate more marine protein into their diet.