As an adult, if you take 150g of fish, it will provide up to 60% of daily protein requirement of your body. Meanwhile, your body will also get healthy fats like omega 3. According to United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization report, around 3.1 billion people’s around 20% intake of animal protein came from fish in 2013.
Do you know Asia has the highest usage of seafood among continents? The per-person consumption of seafood by large populations is relatively very high. Meanwhile, the supply of seafood in the world increases at the rate of 3.2% annually. There has been witnessed a steady growth in the global fish production during the last five years.
Fish is cooked in hundreds of different ways. Different fish recipes are popular in different parts of the world. In some recipes, the dish can be prepared in just five minutes. In other cases, it may take hours to make fish curry because of the use of additional ingredients.
Some of the easy and quick-to-cook fish recipes include Cream Fish Pie, Mexican Baked Fish, Salmon with Lemon and Dill, Fish Fillets Italiano, Heavenly Halibut, Oregano Salmon Patties, Tuna Noodle Casserole, Tuna Tasty Burger, and so on.
A wonderfully delicious fish recipe, “Salmon with Lemon and Dill” is quite easy to cook. Here lemon and dill add to the flavor of the fish. The main ingredients include 1 pound salmon fillets (preferably wild Alaskan salmon), ¼ cup melted butter, 5 tablespoon lemon juice, 1 tablespoon dried dill weed, ¼ teaspoon garlic powder, sea salt (to taste) and freshly ground black pepper (to taste).
For cooking, preheat oven to 175 0C. Take a medium baking dish and grease it lightly. Shift salmon onto the baking dish. Mix lemon juice and butter in a small bowl, and drizzle the mixture over the salmon fillets. Add garlic powder, pepper, dill and sea salt. Bake the fish in preheated oven for 25 minutes. Your dish is ready. Enjoy!