23888200.jpgBy Prevention magazine

* Milk bath: Marinating thin fish fillets (such as flounder) in milk is a classic preparation technique that keeps moisture locked in.
* Potato bed: In an ovenproof dish, bake thicker fish steaks atop a layer of thinly sliced potatoes that have been drizzled with olive oil and dusted with salt and pepper.
* Asian infusion: Try a slather of black bean sauce on any thin fillet before you broil it, or stir-fry cubes of thicker fish steaks with your favorite Asian sauce and lots of healthy veggies.
* Fruit fun: Fill a hollowed-out pineapple half with your favorite tuna or salmon salad. Or try teaming a broiled fish steak with a spicy salsa made with diced mango and a bit of finely chopped jalapeno peppers.
* Garlic ‘n’ lemon: This classic combination brings out the best in your fillets every time.

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