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My Favorite Low-Carb and Keto Oven-Baked Fish Dinners

Fish cooks quickly when it’s baked or roasted, which makes My Favorite Low-Carb and Keto Oven-Baked Fish Dinners perfect for spring when so many people are eating more fish. Use Recipe Round-Ups for more low-carb round-ups like this one!

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I certainly didn’t start out the week planning to give you Low-Carb and Keto Oven-Baked Fish Dinners for my weekly round-up of low-carb recipes to try over the weekend! But after I posted Easy Low-Carb Baked Mayo-Parmesan Fish I was struck by all the reasons that baked or roasted fish is a great idea for spring! First, so many people are eating more fish this time of year, either for Lent or because they want lighter meals with bathing suit season approaching. Second, nights are mostly still cool in the spring so you don’t mind turning on your oven for a tasty fish dinner that cooks super-quickly. And finally, roasted or baked fish is the ultimate in easy! Nobody minds an easy dinner when there’s more daylight and you have a chance to spend time outside after dinner, do they?

When I started looking through the Seafood Recipes for favorites that were cooked in the oven, I was pretty surprised at how many favorites I had! And quite a few of these fish recipes are impressive enough that I’ve made them for guests. I’m including a couple of ideas using shrimp even thought I decided that I just couldn’t fit the word shellfish into the post title, and I also included some quick sheet pan meals with shrimp and salmon that I’ve really enjoyed.

And there are a few here from the very early days of my blog, so I hope the older photos are still good enough to show you how tasty they are. I’m also a fan of using a toaster oven when you want to baked or roast without heating up the kitchen, and that’s a trick that works well for some of these fish recipes if you’re not cooking for too many people. Enjoy some fish dinners everyone, because you know we all should be eating more fish, right?

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