Although eating fish at Easter has its beginnings in religious beliefs, it has now simply become an Easter tradition for many to eat a simple white fish meal on Good Friday. Here are a range of recipes that can help you with that tradition this year.
Cod at Easter is practically obligatory in Brazil, but salt cod can be hard to find, so here's a recipe for fresh. It works well with other fish as well.
This Spanish fish recipe is perfect for leftover fish. Watch the recipe being cooked in the Allrecipes Mashed Cod and Potato Video. You can use salt cod (soaked overnight in several water changes) or substitute with blue-eye or other white fish.
This is a quick and easy seared fish dish, with a buttery wine and caper sauce. It takes hardly any time at all to make, but it is sure to leave a lasting impression on last minute guests.
There's nothing better than a simple fillet of fish baked in a lemon butter sauce. Serve with a side of rice or pasta and a crisp green salad.
Any white fish fillets make the perfect filling for tacos! Serve with sour cream, fresh coriander, crisp shredded lettuce and extra lime wedges.