Here are some EASY gluten-free fish recipes (incidentally they are all baked) that I found. Now you can cook an easy, healthy meal at home and not have to eat out to get good fish. Fish in all its varieties is very healthy; they all have good healthy fat in them and are low in calories and high in nutrients. Baked fish is particularly good for you because it doesn’t have the added unhealthy fat from frying and the extra calories of carbs.
The problem is that baked fish is usually covered with breading, which is full of gluten. I’ve seen some that have more breading than they do fish.
If you are on a gluten-free diet, this is an even bigger problem. Some of these baked gluten-free fish recipes still have breading on them but they are all gluten-free and some don’t have breading at all.
You’ll have to try several of these recipes to find your favorites. I hope you enjoy them and can find some new favorite recipes for your gluten-free diet. Let me know which ones are your favorite.
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Baked Gluten-Free Fish Recipes
1. Lemon Garlic Herb-Crusted Baked Whole 30 Salmon – My Natural Family
Salmon – Lemon – Dill
This very simple baked salmon is so quick and easy to make. It only has three ingredients if you don’t count the five herbs. If you are afraid of cooking salmon like I used to be you should try this recipe. Your fears will disappear and you’ll be making baked fish every week. Yes, you can also use this recipe for other types of fish.
2. 30 Minute, Easy Miso Salmon Recipe with 5 Ingredients – Gluten-Free Daddy
Maple Syrup – Liquid Aminos – Miso Paste – Salmon
This miso salmon recipe will help you break up your routine of endless chicken and beef dishes. It will even change your routine of salmon dishes. It’s a little different than most salmon recipes you’ve seen but not so different that kids won’t eat it. It comes together quick and easy partly because it has so few ingredients. I love recipes with only four ingredients like this one. Our whole family likes this easy salmon and I think yours will too.
3. Blood Orange Baked Salmon & Carrots – Whitney Bond
Blood Oranges – Honey – Chipotle Powder – Cumin – Garlic – Salmon – Carrots
If you want to impress guests with an easy gorgeous meal, that is it! It tastes good and is healthy too. This salmon has a honey, chipotle pepper and blood orange glaze that you put on top of the salmon. Add some rainbow color carrots to put alongside it and you have this beautiful meal.
4. Slow Baked Chili Salmon – The Endless Meal
Salmon or Trout Fillet – Chili Powder – Smoked Paprika – Oregano – Real Salt – Olive Oil – Fresh Dill
This salmon is coated with chili spices to give it a little spicy flavor. But the real secret to this delicious recipes is how it’s baked. Most fish recipes say to bake it for about 15 minutes at 350 degrees. If you don’t keep a very close eye on it, the fish will turn out dry and not as good as it could be. This salmon is cooked on 270 degrees for 30 minutes. The result is a tender moist fish. Ever thought of eating salmon leftover cold? Well, Kristen says to never heat it up, just eat it cold and you’ll be surprised how wonderful it is. She gives further instructions so check them out.
5. Maple Mustard Poppy Seed Baked Cod – Cotter Crunch
Cod – Dijon Mustard – Garlic Powder – Mustard Powder – Olive Oil – Maple Syrup – Poppy Seed – Onion- Lemon Juice
Did you know that poppy seeds can alter a drug test? Well, they can. That’s pretty ironic because poppy seeds have a lot of good nutrients in them like iodine, copper, zinc, magnesium, calcium, and manganese. So, even though this meal is good and healthy it is also super simple to make and equally delicious. It’s a light meal and quick to make too.
6. Super Easy 30 Minute Paleo Tilapia Veracruz – My Natural Family
Tilapia – Onion – Anaheim Chili – Tomatoes – Green Olives – Capers – Lime
Since I ate fish Veracruz in a restaurant I finally learned to like fish and not be afraid of cooking it. I tried to copy the dish and this is what I came up with. It’s basically your favorite kind of fish which you buy frozen cooked in one pan with a tomato sauce on it. The green olives and capers give it a lot of extra flavors but aren’t always necessary.
7. Mustard Crusted Salmon with Roasted Asparagus – Cook Eat Paleo
Salmon – Asparagus – Olive Oil – Real Salt – Mustard – Lemon
This salmon with mustard on top is a great easy and quick sheet pan dinner. It can be on the table in a few minutes. It’s faster than picking up take out. Maybe even if wherever you get takeout, which probably isn’t gluten-free anyway, is right next door to you. The key to his salmon recipes is using good quality fresh ingredients. Lisa like to use this whole grain mustard especially since it has a little crunch. You can use other mustards. Just make sure you like the taste of it by itself because if you don’t like the taste of it on its own, you’re not going to like it on the salmon. It takes about 10 minutes to cook this.
8. Gluten Free Potato Chip Baked Fish – Mama Gourmand
Tilapia – Corn Chex Cereal – Parmesan Cheese – Potato Chips – Paprika – Butter
I love fish and chips but this a new easy take on fish and chips and of course they are gluten-free. The coating is made with potato chips and corn Chex cereal. You can’t have fish and chips without tartar sauce. Truth be told, I think that’s the best part. Mama Gourmand includes a homemade tartar sauce recipe. It looks really easy to make. I haven’t tried it yet but I bet it tastes way better than that stuff you buy in a jar.
9. Lemon Baked Cod with Parmesan Cheese – Savory Tooth
Cod – Parmesan Cheese – Lemon – Garlic – Butter – Fresh Parsley – Paprika
If you’re like me and tired of making chicken every night. It’s so easy to make, probably easier than chicken. Fish cooks up so quickly you know. The parmesan cheese and lemon flavor meld really well together. You’ll probably be adding this to your weeknight dinner rotation. I like it because it can be made with ingredients that I already have in my cupboard. Well, I don’t keep codfish in my cupboard. But you know what I mean. No extra cost buying some fancy ingredient that I use once and then it sits in my cupboard forever.