Diabetic Fish Recipes

These diabetic fish recipes should be served at least three times a week, according to the health experts!

It has so many heart healthy benefits that we shouldn't ignore. Also, chicken is well.....chicken, but fish has variety with shrimp, crab, tuna and salmon ... just to name a few!

So, even if you are convinced that you "do not like fish." Change it up! Try a different type of fish or a different type of sauce. These diabetic fish recipes for the diabetic is a good place to start.


ENJOY!

salmon



Crab Recipes


Includes favorites like crab cakes, crab on crackers, deviled crab, crab sandwiches, and hot crab spread! Great Diabetic fish recipes.



salmon



Salmon Recipes
20 Minute Prep
These two diabetic salmon recipes are easy to make, good for you, and delicious. The salmon patties with creamed peas has a rich taste and texture to it. Masks some of the fishy flavor. The salmon loaf is an easy healthy alternative to meatloaf.



tuna



Tuna Recipes
Average 25 Minutes Prep
Delicious tuna recipes. There is 4 recipes to chooe from. A tuna melt, tuna fish mushroom dish, cajun tuna recipe, and Asian tuna steaks.



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Seafood Tacos
20 Minute Prep
These tacos are made with halibut and tons of spices. I'm a huge fish taco fan. This recipe does not disappint. Take the extra time to make the fruit salsa to top on your taco. A favorite of these diabetic fish recipes.





Scallops In Lemon Butter
15 Minutes Prep
Basil, butter, rosemary, and lemon. Need I say more? Easy to fix and presents itself like a gourmet dish. Heck, in my book this is gourmet!





Tequila Honey Shrimp
12 Minutes Prep
I don't think I need to entice you to try this fish dish. With a dash of tequila and a few tablespoons of honey ... you really can't go wrong. Oh, and it's a very low car dish that everyone will enjoy.





Diabetic Fish Recipes - Fish Cooking Tips


1. Unsure of how to cook your fish dish? You can't go wrong with wrapping fish in foil and drizzling it with some garlic and olive oil. Place it on the barbecue until desired color! Especially try this with shrimp, a very tasty quick and easy dinner!

2. Fish is delicate and can be bruised very easily. When cooking these recipes make sure to handle it correctly. Hold a fish with both hands and don't grab it by the tail if at all possible.

3. For the freshest fish. Don't store for longer that 2 days!

4. Avoid overcooking your fish. Most of us wait until the fish starts to flake, but that is when the fish begins to dry out and become overcooked. Watch or signs that the fish is fully cooked. It should turn from translucent to opaque.

5. Wrap your fish in foil and seal with a few folds of the foil. This helps the fish retain favor and juices without the added fat! Great diabetic fish recipes tips.

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