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Baked Salmon with Beet and Watercress Mash
Halibut with Couscous
Cooking en papillote (a fancy term for “in parchment”) gently steams the fish without the risk of overcooking it.
Quick Lobster Bisque
This creamy bisque studded with chunks of delicate lobster is impressive enough for company, yet simple enough to make and serve in just 15 minutes!
Seared Scallops with Mango – Avocado Salsa
Lobster is a luxury, but occasional market fluctuations make this delicacy affordable—and it's easy to prepare. If you have a large stockpot or a Dutch oven, you have everything you need to cook these meaty crustaceans. Don't forget the shellfish cracking tools.
Sicilian-Style Pasta with Sardines
Be transported to Italy with this pasta tossed with tender kale and toasted pine nuts. This dish is topped with sardines and in a classic tomato sauce.
Salmon with Avocado and Quinoa
This quick fish dinner made with salmon, sugar snap peas, cucumber, iceberg lettuce, quinoa, and avocado is sure to become one of your go-to meals.
Noodle Salad with Shrimp
Fresh, crisp vegetables—like cucumber, cabbage, and green onion—and tangy Vietnamese sauce dress up shrimp and rice noodles.
Corn Soup with Lobster
Tender lobster is paired with juicy sweet corn for a soup that is refreshing, full of flavor, and easy to prepare. If you’re looking for a change of pace, try this soup with crab instead of lobster—it’s a bit different, but still delicious.
Grilled Lobster Tails with Soy Garlic Butter
Want to wow the guests at your next backyard barbecue? Try this recipe for grilled lobster, with a salty-sweet sauce made from soy, garlic, and honey.
Seafood Pasta with Tomato and Garlic
Enjoy date night at home with this restaurant-style dish.
Paella with Seafood
Shrimp, cod, chorizo, tomatoes, green beans, and yellow rice come together to make a delicious paella.
Panko Breaded Baked Haddock
Give your baked haddock a crispy crunch with a coating of panko bread crumbs. Old Bay seasoning combines with parsley and olive oil to help the fish bake up tender on the inside with a light-tasting crispy crunch on the outside.
Grilled Hawaiian Salmon
Turn your backyard barbecue into a Hawaiian luau with this grilled fish. Pineapple, ginger and citrus permeate the salmon in a quick tropical marinade that only improves with the subtle smokiness of the grill. This dish is simple to prepare, yet light and tasty.
Grilled Tuna with Lemon and Capers
Here is a main dish to serve at your next backyard dinner party. This fail-proof fish is marinated in lemon, salty capers and garlic for just an hour before grilling. Serve with rice and veggies for a gluten-free meal.
This is an easy way to enjoy a summer clambake without making a huge mess. Discard any mussels or clams that are open before cooking—they should all be shut tight.
Pasta Ala Oglio with Shrimp
Simply put, this is fettuccine with a delicate seasoning of garlic and oil, with a bit of spice and cheese to bring out the flavors. The addition of shrimp makes it extra special without a lot of extra work. Finish this elegant dinner entrée with a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese.
Seven Fishes Cioppino
You’ve heard of the Feast of the Seven Fishes, so why not feast on all seven at once? This tomato-based stew has a little something for everybody.
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