International Recipes and Cooking Around the World

Fish and Seafood Recipes

Fish on ice

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Human beings have harvested the bounty of the waters ever since they set up camp alongside streams, around lakeshores or on the coast of the wide open sea. Not only are fish and seafood tasty and versatile, every week brings a new study on the health benefits of including seafood in your diet.

More people around the world are eating fish and seafood than ever before. One unfortunate consequence of this growing appetite is an alarming plunge in many of the world's river, lake and marine species. So it pays to be mindful of what you buy and eat.

One good resource for what is okay to consume and what to avoid is the Seafood Watch Pocket Guide from the Monterey Bay Aquarium in Monterey, California. The guide is easy to print, fold and store in your wallet. The aquarium updates the guide frequently, so you know your always on top of the latest recommendations.

Download the Seafood Watch Pocket Guide from Monterey Bay Aquarium. They also have a great phone app.

International Fish and Seafood Recipes

Ukoy

Ukoy Recipe (Filipino shrimp and sweet potato fritters)

(Filipino shrimp and sweet potato fritters)

Ceviche

Ceviche Recipe (Latin citrus-marinated seafood)

(Latin citrus-marinated seafood)

Vatapá

Vatapá Recipe (Brazilian seafood stew with coconut milk)

(Brazilian seafood stew with coconut milk)

Ca Kho To

Ca Kho To Recipe (Vietnamese clay pot fish with caramel sauce)

(Vietnamese clay pot fish with caramel sauce)

Moqueca

Moqueca Recipe (Brazilian fish and coconut milk stew)

(Brazilian fish and coconut milk stew)

Ceebu Jen

Ceebu Jen, or Thiéboudienne, Recipe (Senegalese fish with rice and vegetables)

(Senegalese fish with rice and vegetables)

Jambalaya

Jambalaya Recipe (American Cajun-Creole rice with chicken, shrimp and andouille sausage)

(American Cajun-Creole rice with chicken, shrimp and andouille sausage)

Le Grand Aïoli

Heads of garlic

(French Provençal cod and vegetables with garlic mayonnaise)

Blaff

Limes

(Caribbean lime-poached fish)