Sep 17, 2013
Seafood is one of the quickest-cooking proteins of all, making it perfect for even the busiest weeknights. Defrost frozen fillets of fish the night before so they're ready for a quick fry in the pan the next evening.
For the nights where you're really pinched for time, that can of tuna turns into a salad or a pasta that won't leave you feeling cheated in the least. And for those of you who fancy weeknight entertaining, simmering up a batch of these Neapolitan-Style Mussels is no sweat at all.
Make any of these quick seafood dishes and you'll still eat well on busy nights.
Pecan-Crusted Baked Fish
Walnut-Crusted Sole with Swiss Chard and Walnut Sauté
Sesame-Crusted Salmon with a Ginger Lime Vinaigrette
Tuna and Tomato Pasta Sauce
Tuna and Chickpea Salad
Pan-Fried Fish with Brown Butter