If you love fish but only eat it when you go out, you’re not alone. But since the USDA Dietary Guidelines now recommend that most Americans eat 8 ounces of heart-healthy fish and seafood each week, it’s time to learn how to prepare it at home.
Always start with fresh fish (and remember that the freshest option may be the fish that was frozen at sea and kept frozen until it arrived at your market). Thinner white-fish fillets like catfish, tilapia and haddock are quick-cooking and easy, but you can use these tips to prepare any type of fish at home.
Check with your doctor about the right diet for you.