20 Easy One-Sheet Fish Recipes That Are Perfect For Weight Loss – Eat This Not That


Eating fish has many benefits. Not only is it a tasty option to incorporate into meals, but it’s also a healthy protein full of much-needed vitamins and nutrients. For starters, fish is packed with omega-3 fatty acids that help lower blood pressure and can even prevent inflammation in the body. Even better? Because it’s a complete protein and can help stabilize blood sugar, it’s also a great choice for those looking to lose weight.

To help you get your fish fix fast, we’ve put together a roundup of 20 easy-to-make fish recipes that only take a few minutes to prepare and clean up. From ones that are full of vibrant veggies to others that are topped with flavorful marinades, these baking sheet recipes are sure to become your favorite weeknight recipes. Also, don’t miss our favorite 22 meals to melt belly fat in 2022.

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If you’re on a keto diet and looking for a recipe to add to your repertoire, look no further. This buttery baked salmon dish, loaded with flavorful asparagus, is packed with omega-3s that may help reduce your risk of stroke.

Get our recipe for Salmon and Asparagus Baked in Keto Butter.

Roasted Mustard White Fish with Potato Hash and Brussels Sprouts
Courtesy of feasting at home

This baking sheet recipe puts a creative spin on a typical fish dinner. Made from white fish, sliced ​​potatoes and chopped Brussels sprouts, this dish is ideal for those looking for a lighter alternative to heavy dinner options. For starters, instead of calorie-rich cream-based sauces, this recipe calls for a flavorful mustard seed marinade.

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Roasted Lemon Garlic Butter Salmon with Feta and Olives
Courtesy of Half Baked Harvest

Garlic, lemon, feta, olives, what’s not to love? All of these mouth-watering flavors come together to create a truly memorable salmon recipe that’s not only exciting but also healthy. Feel free to omit the feta and substitute the butter if you prefer a dairy-free version.

Get the recipe from Half cooked harvest.

Baked Healthy Fish and Chips
Courtesy of Well Plated

Just because you’re looking to eat healthier doesn’t mean you have to give up delicious food options. For example, this Crispy Baked Fish and Chips recipe, which can be made in less than an hour, is the perfect substitute for fatty, fried versions.

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Salmon with orange chilli
Courtesy of Averie Cooks

This orange chili salmon recipe, ready to serve in just 30 minutes, is packed with flavor. It’s secret? A homemade honey and orange juice sauce is drizzled over the salmon before and after cooking.

Get the recipe from Averie Cooks.

Roasted Fish with Peppers
Courtesy of the Wednesday Chef

Fresh and simple ingredients, such as hake fillets and colorful peppers, come together to create a griddle recipe that’s destined to be a hit with family and friends. Be sure to dress the dish with homemade dressing to get the full effect.

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Garlic Roasted Salmon with Brussels Sprouts
Courtesy of Diethood

This simple recipe, using fresh salmon, minced garlic and tasty Brussels sprouts, is an easy dish to prepare any time of the week. Besides being a tasty vegetable to serve with dinner, Brussels sprouts are also believed to aid in weight loss.

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Lemon Herb Tuna Steaks with Potatoes
Courtesy of Le Crème De La Crumb

This easy one-pot fish recipe uses Italian seasoning, Parmesan, and lemon to achieve its crisp, earthy flavor. Not only does lemon provide an extra dimension, but it can also help with weight loss.

Get the recipe from The Cream of the Crumb.

Greek Yogurt Lemon Parmesan Tilapia
Courtesy of Show Me The Delicious

This tasty tilapia recipe, which only has 200 calories per serving, is a great recipe to try on busy nights. If you don’t like spicy flavors, be sure to eliminate the red pepper flakes.

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Dover sole with lemon, dill and leeks
Courtesy of feasting at home

This hearty recipe, made with Dover sole, lemon zest, fresh dill and minced leeks, can be ready to eat in just 30 minutes. Dill is said to be a good source of manganese, which can help support sugar and fat metabolism.

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Herb Baked Fish with Rainbow Peppers
Courtesy of Minimalist Baker

Made from Pacific cod covered in herbs, sliced ​​tomatoes and rainbow peppers, this recipe is ideal for anyone looking to lose weight. For example, bell peppers contain dihydrocapsiate, which is believed to help speed up metabolism.

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Salmon and spring vegetables
Courtesy of Show Me The Delicious

Easily add more veggies to your diet with this recipe that’s packed with sweet potatoes, cherry tomatoes, tricolor cubed potatoes, and asparagus. Don’t forget to prepare the Dijon mustard and lemon juice sauce, it’s incredibly delicious!

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Salmon with tomatoes, olives and artichokes
Courtesy of Zen Belly

Can you believe this recipe, which only uses one pan and a handful of ingredients, can be whipped up in less than 45 minutes? Serve it on its own or with a side of microwave steamed rice for a simple yet scrumptious dinner.

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RELATED: 61+ Best Healthy Fish Recipes For Weight Loss.

Asian salmon and broccoli
Courtesy of Averie Cooks

Chewy salmon with the skin and roasted broccoli, rich in vitamin C, both take center stage in this Asian-inspired baking sheet recipe. Made from ingredients like honey, chili garlic sauce, cilantro, and soy sauce, this mouth-watering dish will have you coming back for seconds (and thirds, and quarters…)

Get the recipe from Averie Cooks.

Baked fish and vegetables with honey and mustard
Courtesy of Cotter Crunch

Honey mustard, which usually accompanies chicken fillets or sandwiches, proves in this recipe that it can also be delicious cooked with fish and vegetables. The best part? Prep and cook time totals just 30 minutes, meaning you’ll have a home-cooked meal in no time.

Get the recipe from Key cracking.

Salmon Teriyaki and Vegetables
Courtesy of Le Crème De La Crumb

This Teriyaki salmon recipe, made with bell peppers, broccoli and diced carrots, is a perfect side dish for meal prep. Not only is it full of flavor and texture, but it’s also high in fiber and a good source of vitamins and nutrients. An additional bonus? This dish calls for homemade Teriyaki sauce (they provide an easy-to-follow recipe), which means you can control how much sugar is added to it.

Get the recipe from The Cream of the Crumb.

Orange Ginger Honey Glazed Salmon
Courtesy of Laughing Spatula

Warming ingredients, like healing ginger and zesty orange, come together to create a mouth-watering dinner on a baking sheet that’s both delicious and healthy. Reduce the honey if you prefer a less sweet salmon sauce.

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Paleo Superfood Baked Salmon
Courtesy of Cotter Crunch

This health-conscious baking sheet recipe is Whole 30 and Paleo approved. We also love the unexpected ingredient in this dish: blueberries. Not only do they add color and texture to the recipe, but they are also packed with antioxidants.

Get the recipe from Key cracking.

Baked Feta and Herb-Crusted Salmon
Courtesy of Laughing Spatula

Just the words “baked feta” and “herb crust” won us over. Good to go in just 25 minutes, this simple yet mouth-watering recipe is also less than 300 calories per serving. A dream!

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Italian Fish Dump-and-Bake with Broccoli and Rice
Courtesy of the seasoned mom

Feel free to experiment with different types of fish in this super-simple baking sheet recipe. This recipe suggests light white fish, like cod and mahi-mahi, but we imagine any kind would taste absolutely delicious.

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READ MORE: 6 ways eating fish can help you lose weight, dietitians say.

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