8 most popular American fish dishes
A creamy soup made with clams, potatoes, onions, and sometimes bacon, this dish hails from the New England region.
These crab cakes are a specialty of the Chesapeake Bay region, made with lump crab meat, breadcrumbs, and a blend of spices.
Originating from Louisiana's Cajun cuisine, this dish features catfish fillets coated with a spicy blend of seasonings, including paprika, cayenne, and herbs.
Salmon is a staple in the Pacific Northwest. It's often grilled over an open flame or cooked on cedar planks, which imparts a smoky flavor to the fish.
A classic Southern dish, catfish fillets are coated in a seasoned cornmeal batter and deep-fried until crispy.
Originating from California's Baja region, fish tacos have become popular across the U.S.
Halibut cheeks, considered a delicacy, are tender and sweet pieces of meat from the fish's face.
While technically a seafood dish, the lobster roll is an iconic American treat.