Fish is perfect for Passover and year round.
In my house, fish is a touchy subject because my husband and I don’t see eye to eye. I like it—hubby, not so much. Still, fish is a generally low fat, high-protein, heart-healthy food source. Experts recommend about two servings of fish per week. And, according to the Journal of the American Medical Association, any mercury risks associated with fish are outweighed by the benefits of eating fish regularly. So to help you get your fill of fish this Passover, here are 10 recipes to try:
PASSOVER FISH RECIPES
Cod in a Light Lime Sauce (omit brown rice)
Cold Smoked Fishttp://www.joyofkosher.com/recipe/cold-smoked-fish-salad/h Salad (substitute matzah for flatbreads or rye)
Smoked Salmon Rolls (dairy; omit capers and substitute matzah for flatbreads)
Sweet and Sour Salmon (omit the crushed red pepper flakes if unavailable)
What is your favorite Passover fish recipe? Let me know by leaving a comment.