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5 must-try healthy and delicious fish recipes

These recipes will boost your daily protein intake without spending too much time in the kitchen.

Are you a fish lover? If you are, you must try these dishes out. They are rich in protein, full of heart-healthy omega 3 fatty acids and very easy to prepare.

Kashmiri fish

If you love seafood, you should try this dish. Prepared with pomfret this dish is rich in protein and omega 3 fatty acids that will keep you in good health. For a complementary side, stir dried cranberries, orange pieces and chopped nuts like almonds or cashews into cooked white rice. Find the recipe here.

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Fish in a white wine and fennel sauce

For a flavourful dish that is unique and can be cooked in a jiffy try this fish with white wine and fennel sauce. White wine packs an antioxidant punch and has been touted healthy for your heart. Serve it with tossed broccoli, green beans and carrots for a scrumptious dinner. Find the recipe here.

Herb and garlic fish

This is a delicious low-sodium recipe that can be ideal for those with high blood pressure. Plus, the herbs add a chock-full of healthy vitamins to this aromatic dish. Just about any vegetable will pair well with this dish. Find the recipe here.

Kerala fish curry

This fish curry tastes divine in spicy gravy. This recipe uses coconut oil and is thus low in both potassium and sodium. Coconut oil also aids in the smooth running of the digestive system. Enjoy this savoury dish with brown rice for a nutritionally complete and flavourful meal. Find the recipe here.

Fish Biryani

Easy to follow and light on the tummy, this is a healthier version of the regular biryani. What more, the yogurt and other spices added to the dish make it aromatic and extremely healthy. Full of omega 3 fatty acids; make sure that you prepare enough of it. Find the recipe here.

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