Seafood Dinner Recipes
Fill up on the freshest fish recipes we have, including shrimp, tilapia and salmon! Your cookware is about to take a seaside vacation!
The only thing in between you and a tender fish dish? Five ingredients. Lemon, tilapia, parsley, paprika and grated parmesan come together for a light dinner that you can whip up any night of the week!
Salmon Burgers with Dill Mustard
Burgers are an easy and different way to enjoy fresh salmon. Combine mustard and dill for a tangy sauce to spread on toasted rolls before adding lettuce and our tomato-cucumber relish.
Fill tomatoes with our shrimp salad and then top each with some hard-boiled egg. To core the tomatoes, slide the tip of a paring knife 1/4 inch into the top, and then carve out the core. Be sure to leave each section connected at the bottom.
Gingery Fish and Noodles
Scallions and ginger bring this whole recipe together. Scatter the ginger mixture over the fish before steaming them and then cook the mixture down into a sweet sauce for topping.
Shrimp-and-Corn Quesadillas with Avocado Salad
Once you've cooked the shrimp, chop it up coarsely and toss with lime peel, lime juice and parsley. This gives your quesadillas a little ping of zest. Tip: Save 10 minutes by using a large griddle to cook the quesadillas all at once. Just brush them with melted butter or EVOO first.
Learn how to devein a shrimp in no time. Watch this video for the perfect technique.
Roasted Salmon with Mom's Sauce
Tuck a sprig of rosemary under each salmon fillet, and then drizzle the sauce overtop. Once the salmon is roasted to perfection, serve them with butter-toasted pine nuts and crisp green beans.
Our chile butter is exactly what flounder needs to be the perfect catch! Crushed tortilla chips bring an unexpected crunch that?ll replace breadcrumbs forever!
Yankee Salmon Chowder
Chow down on this clam chowder remix tonight, minus the clams that is. Salmon, bacon, potatoes and creamed corn make for one hearty bowl.
Trout with Lemon and Herbs
The best thing about white fish is that it's so easy to season. A few sprigs of thyme, chopped parsley and sliced lemon are all you need to turn this trout into a one-pan wonder!
How to Marinate Fresh Fish
With its mild flavor, it can be easy to over-season fish. Watch this video for tips on how to make sure you don't.
Tilapia with Roasted Corn
Need an easy fix that's full of flavor? Our tilapia with roasted corn is just that. Using tilapia fillets and frozen corn, you can have a satisfying dinner in no time. Serve with lime wedges for an extra zest.
Salmon Salad Stacks
Presentation is everything and with this recipe, you can wow your dinner guests -- and yourself! Pile cucumber, avocado and carrots on top of grilled salmon for a stack that's as fun to eat as it is to make!
Roasted Salmon with Zucchini and Nutty Couscous
The nutty flavor of this dish isn't just from the slivered almonds in the couscous. The parmesan covering the zucchini has a distinct nutty taste that pairs nicely. This is a great way to get a delish meal that's also very high in protein, so dig in!
You've gotta try this smooth and satisfying bisque. Tip: Instead of tossing the shrimp shells, we used them to add extra flavor!
How to Make Lobster Bisque
Watch this video to learn how to make thick and creamy lobster bisque
The Devil's Shrimp
The trick to making this seafood supper go the extra mile? Slice the shrimp lengthwise before seasoning and tossing with the pasta. This will make it look like you have equal portions of pasta and shrimp in each bowl.
Cashews, parmesan and slices of toast give tilapia a crunchy and satisfying crust. But to get our breadcrumb mixture to stick, you first must coat each filet in mustard for a tangy twang. Serve with EVOO roasted carrots and wilted spinach.
Flounder with Almond Brown Butter and Swiss Chard
Season swiss chard with garlic and vinegar, and cook until the leaves are just slightly wilted. Almonds, parsley and lemon juice give mild flavored flounder a major boost. Just drown them in butter and spoon it over before serving.
This hearty bake is just what the doctor called for after a long day of work. In a baking dish, cover shrimp with homemade potato chowder, add tilapia and sprinkle on crushed crackers and chopped bacon. Bake until the fish is cooked through and enjoy!