Whether or not you're observing Good Friday, you'll love these tasty dishes.

By F&W Editors
Updated May 24, 2017
Salmon, Broccolini and Fresh Red Chile Papillotes
Credit: © Eva Kolenko

On Good Friday, it's customary to eat fish instead of meat (that's reserved for a ham-fueled Easter feast on Sunday). From delicious whole-roasted branzino to healthy Provençal-style tuna, here are seven terrific ways to make fish for Good Friday.

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Credit: Snapper with Charred Tomatillos & Pepper Salsa

Star chef Eric Ripert quick-bakes snapper with a little butter so it's silky and serves it with pan-seared tomatillos and a fresh salsa.

Roasted Branzino with Caper Butter
Credit: © John Kernick

“It’s almost impossible to end up with dry, overcooked fish when cooking it whole,” says chef Steve Corry, who pan-roasts whole branzino that's stuffed simply with lemon and rosemary.

Trout Amandine With Creamy Spinach
Credit: © Fredrika Stjärne

This lighter version of the New Orleans classic is topped with arugula.

Salmon, Broccolini and Fresh Red Chile Papillotes
Credit: © Eva Kolenko

Baking salmon in parchment paper is quick and easy, plus there's almost no cleanup involved.

Grouper with Cucumber Salad and Soy-Mustard Dressing

A simple salad of julienned cucumbers and carrots tossed with a soy-mustard dressing makes this healthy fish dish incredibly vibrant.

Arctic Char with Charmoula

Roasted garlic charmoula--a classic North African marinade and sauce packed with fresh herbs and spices--is excellent with a rich fish, such as arctic char or salmon.

Seared Tuna with Sauce Vierge
Credit: © Chris Court

This light, easy tuna recipe evokes the flavors of southern France.