The hundreds of fish recipes we keep coming back to when we want perfectly cooked salmon, tuna, halibut, flounder, and more.
Never overcook your salmon again.
A lightly spicy and flavorful sauce made from tomatoes, tuna, and dried mushrooms.
Get crisp skin and tender, moist flesh using our technique for pan-seared salmon.
Unlikely ingredients combine for an unforgettable pasta
Tender, buttery, and meaty halibut for dinner.
Pasta with a light and creamy sauce and tender chunks of tuna.
A salmon rice bowl doesn't have to take long to prepare.
Firm, meaty, and rare, like tuna should be.
One of the easiest, least messy, fastest ways to cook salmon.
A classic, subtly upgraded.
Crispy fish tacos served with spicy mayo, cabbage, and pickled red onions.
A super-simple Hawaiian raw-fish classic.
A simple salted salmon that recalls the Japanese breakfast staple.
Crisped over an open flame.
Browned, flavorful, and perfectly cooked.
Little fish, big flavor.
An easy, creamy, one-pot salmon chowder you can throw together on a weeknight.
Sweet-and-savory glazed black cod, prepared with only a few minutes of work.
With a two-zone fire and properly dried and oiled salmon fillets, perfection is possible.
Grilling tuna is all about high heat and a quick sear.
The grill makes a meaty swordfish steak seem even meatier.
This old-school pan-cooking method is still worth taking for a spin.
Don't want to rely on a restaurant for your sashimi and crudo? Here's the information you need.
Everything you need to know to prepare tuna sous vide.
Everything you need to know to make salmon with an immersion circulator.
Our tests reveal the best gentle-cooking method.
Getting crispy pan-roasted fish skin is all about learning to manage heat and moisture.
Scared to make fish stock? Don't be: Under water, the fish don't stink.
Take you fish for a "swim" with this easy, versatile French poaching technique.
Grilling a whole fish is almost as easy as roasting it, and even more delicious.
So you've finally mastered cooking a whole fish? Good! Here's how to cut and serve that fish for the best presentation.
Pile your bagel high.