Two Plates with Grilled Mahi Mahi, topped with Lemon Herb Aioli

Recipes inspired by the sea

If you find yourself saying, "I should eat more fish," but don't know what to cook, look no further.

Fish and seafood are zero SmartPoints® value foods. Which is fantastic — because fish and seafood are great sources of protein and flavorful. Use this guide to determine what type of fish to cook: 

  • Small fish you eat whole. Most of these are fried, broiled or grilled.
  • Thin-fleshed fish. These cook fast, best in a skillet for a quick sauté, on baking sheets for oven-frying or in packets in the oven.
  • Thick-fleshed fish. These are great for broiling, grilling, braising and stewing.
  • Fish steaks. These are cut from large fish. They’re best on the grill or under the broiler, with an aromatic or spicy rub.

Whichever one you choose, find a recipe below to try.