Whether you are starting early on your New Year’s Resolution to eat healthy or just want to reduce the amount of unhealthy foods this holiday season, there are several meal choices that can help you in your mission. Meals that include fish is one such option.
Before the dinners and gatherings are upon us, now is a good time to start planning healthy and delicious meals. If you arm yourself with a squadron of healthy meal ideas, you may be able to offset Aunt Sue’s “Death By Chocolate” dessert she is sure to send along.
Fish Meal Ideas for the Holidays
If you are looking for a meal idea that not only looks amazing but tastes equally delish, this Orange Pomegranate Salmon from a Taste of Home will have your family drooling before they even sit at the table. With seven easy ingredients and 45 minutes from prep to table, this meal is sure to dazzle your holiday table.
Contributor Thomas Faglon, from Somerset, New Jersey, remarks that this “Colorful, festive salmon dish makes an impressive addition to your holiday table—and it is as delicious as it is beautiful. What no one will guess? How easy it is to cook. I serve this with roasted baby potatoes and asparagus for a show-stopping holiday meal.”
If you are looking for finger foods or appetizers for your holiday meal this Bruschetta dish from the Spruce Eats is a wonderful addition to any healthy meal. Bruschetta is a popular Italian appetizer made from grilled bread drizzled with olive oil and rubbed with garlic. This scrumptious starter is made with a delicious buttery garlic crab. Yummy and enough seafood to add some much-needed protein and omega-3s to any meal.
If these ideas don’t have you salivating this last recipe will. I mean, who doesn’t love bacon? This Bacon Wrapped Fish from EatWell 101, is scrumptious. Sure, it may have a few more calories than a regular fish meal, but it will take less to fill you since it is packed with protein and minerals. Just wrap fish fillets in a savory layer of smoked bacon and get a crisp fish roast that smells wonderfully in the kitchen. Even the pickiest fish eater will dive into this dish!
Just by adding a little fish to each meal, you may be able to cut back on unhealthy fats and calories. Try substituting a fish plate this season to wow your guests and keep your heart healthy.