Seafood is a versatile cuisine that is always a go-to for fine dining. Baked, broiled, steamed, or however enjoyed, the diverse seafood found in these 16 recipes will have your mouth watering.
A rich seafood stock works best with this French classic, but a flavorful vegetable stock can work as well. For added taste and drama, include several mussels to the pot.
Panko breadcrumbs, found in the Asian food section, give fish a crunchy coating similar to that of fried fish, but without the fat and calories. This recipe combines several heart-healthy ingredients, including fish, nuts, olive oil, garlic, and greens.
This snack is a favorite at Deyna’s Tasty Foods, a locals’ favorite in St. George’s, Grenada. It’s best made with fresh crab shells, though 4-ounce ramekins work fine.
This is the Puerto Rican version of Spanish escabeche (ceviche); its vinegary taste pairs beautifully when layered over starchy plantain mofongo. Escabeches are made with many different seafoods; try it with shrimp or octopus.
Tuna is a great fish for grilling—its meaty texture holds up well on the grill, and it looks beautiful under a spoonful of green olive tapenade.
Surprisingly, a slow cooker works well for some quick dinners, too; its even temperature is ideal for simmering fish.
Here, Mexican, Hawaiian, and Asian ingredients combine for a one-world celebration of flavor and color. The spicy-sweet salsa livens up mild mahimahi, a fish native to tropical waters. You can also serve the salsa with tortilla chips, quesadillas, or baked chicken.
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While monkfish won't win any beauty contests, it's known as "poor man's lobster" due to its similarity in texture and flavor. Ask your fishmonger to remove any gray membranes from the fillets.
The unique red-pepper rouille in this recipe adds rich flavor without overpowering the fish.
Use pre-sliced mushrooms to save time in this already speedy recipe. For an added touch, sprinkle with chopped, toasted peanuts and serve over noodles or with a side of naan for mopping up the bowl.
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This recipe was inspired by seafood dishes in Fujian, China, the source of fragrant oolong tea and many orchard fruits.
This nourishing salad, rich with carotenes and vitamins B and C, is also refreshing and easy to digest—perfect for a hot day spent swimming at the beach. It can be prepared the night before your picnic; add the vinaigrette just before you go.
This Sesame-Soy Halibot goes great with baby bok choy brushed with olive oil and grilled.
The great variety of spices used in curry powder and garam masala packs a multispice health punch.
Tilapia is an affordable and sustainable stand-in for red snapper. This recipe is very flexible, so use any of your favorite summer vegetables, such as grilled asparagus spears or Japanese eggplant slices.
Bagged, shredded slaw mix speeds up prep time, for little money. Choose an economical but flavorful fish, like cod, and look for thinner fillets that marinate and cook quickly.
Whole fish, central to Chinese New Year celebrations, connotes abundance for the upcoming year.
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