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Shrimp Fried Rice

Posted on: July 27th, 2022 by Bri DeRosa

Make a quick and easy weeknight shrimp fried rice recipe from Dr. Kristin Saxena — perfect for busy evenings!

Herbed Salmon and Potatoes

Posted on: May 19th, 2016 by Bri DeRosa

This recipe comes to us from our friends at Edible Pioneer Valley, where they note that heating the herbs in the olive oil extends their flavor. If you need to make this dish even quicker, you can skip that step and drizzle the oil on the fish and sprinkle evenly with herbs, but the flavor […]

scallops herb flower salad

Scallops with Herb Flower Salad

Posted on: September 17th, 2013 by Geoff Lukas

During late summer, a variety of flowers is available and can contribute to a delicious dish. Marigolds and cucumber flowers will make a lighter and more fragrant plate, while thyme flowers and mustard flowers will be spicier and more herbaceous. This dish is great over quinoa or amaranth. This recipe comes to us from Geoff Lukas of […]

lemony walnut crusted fish fillets

Lemony Walnut-Crusted Fish Fillets

Posted on: August 8th, 2013 by Jen Haugen, RD

The FDP team was lucky enough to meet Registered Dietitian Jen Haugen on a recent trip to Minnesota. She has partnered with Mower Refreshed to become a family dinner champion in her community and we couldn’t be more excited to have her on The Family Dinner Project Team! This Lemony Walnut-Crusted Fish Fillets Recipe is a […]

Tuna Melt Burger

Posted on: May 29th, 2013 by The Family Dinner Project Team

Flash back to your own childhood with these delicious tuna melts! The original tuna melt recipe calls for processed American cheese, but you can use whatever cheese you like (cheddar, swiss, provolone—it’s all good). This recipe comes to us from The Texas A&M University System’s Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program. Check out other recipes […]

Bluefish roasted vegetables

Bluefish with Roasted Vegetables

Posted on: May 29th, 2013 by The Family Dinner Project Team

Bluefish, though not a pretty fish, is harvested in New England in the summer, and is relatively inexpensive at about $9 for a pound and a half.

Fish chowder

Fish Chowder

Posted on: May 20th, 2013 by The Family Dinner Project Team

The Family Dinner Project is based out of Boston–so we had to include a recipe for Fish Chowder, New England Style! (This recipe was republished from Food.com). Junior chefs can help you peel potatoes, scrub carrots and celery, or add some more seasonings in for additional flavor. We suggest trying out versions with Old Bay spice, […]

Spicy Baked Fish

Spicy Baked Fish

Posted on: May 20th, 2013 by The Family Dinner Project Team

A spicy baked fish dish that pairs well with couscous or brown rice! This recipe comes to us from Montana State University Extension Nutrition Education Program. Ask your junior kitchen helpers to scrub veggies, wash the tops of cans, or make a side dish like couscous!

Simple fish tacos

Simple Fish Tacos

Posted on: May 20th, 2013 by The Family Dinner Project Team

Fish tacos are all the rage right now on the West Coast. Bring a little flavor to your kitchen with this recipe, which comes to us from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention via the USDA recipe finder. Check out some more recipes here. You can pick and choose what to add to your […]

Oven fried fish

Oven Fried Fish

Posted on: May 20th, 2013 by The Family Dinner Project Team

Fish is a healthy alternative to other meats and this recipe works with almost any firm white wish you’ve got. This recipe comes to us from the US Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health. Have your junior chef help out by crushing the cornflakes with a rolling pin or fingers! More […]

Pasta with tuna

Pasta with Tuna

Posted on: May 15th, 2013 by The Family Dinner Project Team

This fool-proof recipe is a great fallback on those nights when you just don’t have time to make it to the store. This recipe calls for ziti, but you could easily swap in your favorite pasta. This recipe was provided by Ramona Hamblin. Check out more of her recipes in her cookbook: just cook here’s […]