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Keep It Light and Fresh With These 20 Summer Seafood Recipes

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Keep It Light and Fresh With These 20 Summer Seafood Recipes

Keep It Light and Fresh With These 20 Summer Seafood Recipes

Nothing says summer like fresh seafood straight from the sea. This summer, when you plan your next seaside vacation or family gathering, consider making one of these light and refreshing summer seafood dishes. From crab cakes to seafood pastas to simple salmon dishes and more, we have plenty of reasons to keep cooking all summer long, which is why we made summer seafood the theme of this week’s SWAT (Sharing With A Theme).

Our Culinary Content Network is serving up the freshest catch of the day with recipes for grilled shrimp, smoked salmon, and fresh fish tacos.

Blackened Rockfish With Avocado Fish Taco Sauce

Caramelized Salmon With Basil Chile Oil and Pickled Vegetables

Cod Cakes

It’s fun to go outside of your comfort zone once in a while. I haven’t put together many fish dishes and it’s experiences like this one that beg the question that I have asked so many times to this end, “Why?” Be sure and take a look at the ingredients in these cod cakes. Dill pickles. Just a bit. Tabasco. Dill weed. Lemon zest. Crunch. — Dan Zehr, Platter Talk

For the Cod Cakes recipe, click here.

Creamy Tomato Fish Curry With Cilantro, Basil, and Summer Squash

Grilled Shrimp Skewers With Creamy Sesame Slaw

Grilled Wild Salmon Salad

Herb Roasted Barramundi With Meyer Lemon Vinaigrette

Lemon Garlic Shrimp Penne

As my friend and I chatted over various recipes I wanted to make, I decided I did need to make the utterly simple, but outrageously delicious lemon garlic shrimp pasta. The most difficult decision was if I wanted to use a long, thin noodle or a short, sturdy noodle. Obviously in the end, I opted for the short and sturdy. I did invite my friend over to enjoy this dish, since it was my conversation with him that pushed this recipe to the top of the to-make list.

You’re free to use any type of noodle that makes you happy. I’ve had it with angel hair, spaghetti, and linguine. All work. I used a cast-iron skillet because I like how it browns and develops a deeper flavor. But any skillet will do, make sure it is at least 12 inches. — Michelle De La Cerda, The Complete Savorist

For the Lemon Garlic Shrimp Penne recipe, click here.

Maple-Glazed Salmon

Now I do not remember where I got the idea for this glaze (or I would share it), but my process is that I usually look around for some ideas and then roll with the basics and put it together the way I would like to eat it. In this recipe, I used maple syrup and brandy for the marinade. This Maple Glazed Salmon was topped with a mango and orange purée and served on a celery root purée. Sounds pretty advanced even to me. — Peter Block, Feed Your Soul Too

For the Maple Glazed Salmon recipe, click here.

Nordic Open-Faced Smoked Salmon Sandwiches

I’ve made these sandwiches quite dainty, but if you want to make these heartier, use goat or cream cheese in place of the mayo, and maybe add some thinly sliced red onion, or a slice of boiled egg along with the salmon. Obviously this concept is meant to be played with. Thinly sliced cold steak would be amazing — just add creamed horseradish, onion, or delicate fried shallots for a completely different experience. Mmmmm, I just talked myself into trying that one. — Sue Moran, The View From Great Island

For the Nordic Open-Faced Smoked Salmon Sandwiches recipe, click here.

Seafood Linguine With Mushrooms and Spicy Almonds

Even though you’ll need three pots to cook this meal, it’s still quite simple and quick as most of it is done at the same time. Put a pot of water to boil for pasta, heat up butter and wine to prep for cooking clams, and, in another pan, heat up some olive oil and first lightly sauté pressed garlic, then add sliced almonds, red pepper flakes, and a drizzle of honey to prepare your garnish. — Diana, Food N Thought Peddler

For the Seafood Linguine With Mushrooms and Spicy Almonds recipe, click here.

Seafood Paella

Enjoy the paella. Don't let it intimidate you. Have all your ingredients ready and this is easy enough. I started the mixture ahead of time and stopped before I added the rice. You could even grill the veggies and set aside until ready. Keep it simple and relaxed. Now send in the flamenco dancers! — Abbe Odenwalder, This is How I Cook

For the Seafood Paella recipe, click here.

Seared Scallops in a Ginger Blueberry Sauce With Basil

Shrimp and Chorizo Skewers

Shrimp Po’Boys With Creole Remoulade Sauce

Shrimp Tacos With Black Bean Salsa

Spicy Shrimp and Charred Green Beans With Lemon

The beauty of cast iron is that you can get it extremely hot which allows you to achieve a lovely char on the green beans in this recipe. (A stainless steel skillet will work just as well if you don’t have a cast iron one.) The shrimp is relatively simply seasoned with salt, pepper, garlic, and red pepper flakes. Some fresh lemon juice adds brightness to the dish and brings it all together. — Aaron Hutch, The Hungry Hutch

For the Spicy Shrimp and Charred Green Beans With Lemon recipe, click here.

Tuna White Bean Pasta Salad


20 Kid-Friendly Fish and Shellfish Recipes to Add to Your Dinner Rotation

Let's face it: Getting kids to try a new food (with the exception of a new flavor of ice cream!) isn't always easy. And seafood may be one of the hardest things to convince children to taste, which is why we're sharing fish and shellfish recipes that were designed with little ones in mind. The following dishes, such as the Summer Smoked-Salmon Chowder pictured here, are guaranteed to be entirely kid-friendly and&mdashas a bonus for busy parents&mdasheasy to prepare.

One of the best ways to introduce something new is by building off a dish that they already love. Kids devour macaroni and cheese, so elevate their palate by cooking fettuccine alfredo&mdashit's a creamy comfort food that they're sure to enjoy. Then, mix in some shrimp and peas and they'll dig right in.

We also know that kids love anything that resembles chicken tenders, so why not give them a healthier option that introduces them to fish, such as salmon and sole? We have two recipes that your little ones will love&mdashPanko-Breaded Fish Sticks and Crunchy Panko Salmon. Both require just a few ingredients and neither needs a deep fryer to achieve the crispy exterior! The salmon is breaded and baked in the oven, and the fish sticks are breaded and pan-fried in a skillet. Serve each with a healthy side of vegetables or salad for a dish that's just as nutritious as it is delicious.

If you want to introduce your kids to a totally new type of cuisine, such as sushi, take it step-by-step. Bake salmon and roll it up with cucumbers, carrots, and avocado rather than serving them raw fish. Plus, the kids can help assemble the sushi, which engages the whole family with meal prep.

Your little ones will have no trouble finishing dinner (and getting to dessert!) with these delicious kid-friendly fish and shellfish recipes.


20 Kid-Friendly Fish and Shellfish Recipes to Add to Your Dinner Rotation

Let's face it: Getting kids to try a new food (with the exception of a new flavor of ice cream!) isn't always easy. And seafood may be one of the hardest things to convince children to taste, which is why we're sharing fish and shellfish recipes that were designed with little ones in mind. The following dishes, such as the Summer Smoked-Salmon Chowder pictured here, are guaranteed to be entirely kid-friendly and&mdashas a bonus for busy parents&mdasheasy to prepare.

One of the best ways to introduce something new is by building off a dish that they already love. Kids devour macaroni and cheese, so elevate their palate by cooking fettuccine alfredo&mdashit's a creamy comfort food that they're sure to enjoy. Then, mix in some shrimp and peas and they'll dig right in.

We also know that kids love anything that resembles chicken tenders, so why not give them a healthier option that introduces them to fish, such as salmon and sole? We have two recipes that your little ones will love&mdashPanko-Breaded Fish Sticks and Crunchy Panko Salmon. Both require just a few ingredients and neither needs a deep fryer to achieve the crispy exterior! The salmon is breaded and baked in the oven, and the fish sticks are breaded and pan-fried in a skillet. Serve each with a healthy side of vegetables or salad for a dish that's just as nutritious as it is delicious.

If you want to introduce your kids to a totally new type of cuisine, such as sushi, take it step-by-step. Bake salmon and roll it up with cucumbers, carrots, and avocado rather than serving them raw fish. Plus, the kids can help assemble the sushi, which engages the whole family with meal prep.

Your little ones will have no trouble finishing dinner (and getting to dessert!) with these delicious kid-friendly fish and shellfish recipes.


20 Kid-Friendly Fish and Shellfish Recipes to Add to Your Dinner Rotation

Let's face it: Getting kids to try a new food (with the exception of a new flavor of ice cream!) isn't always easy. And seafood may be one of the hardest things to convince children to taste, which is why we're sharing fish and shellfish recipes that were designed with little ones in mind. The following dishes, such as the Summer Smoked-Salmon Chowder pictured here, are guaranteed to be entirely kid-friendly and&mdashas a bonus for busy parents&mdasheasy to prepare.

One of the best ways to introduce something new is by building off a dish that they already love. Kids devour macaroni and cheese, so elevate their palate by cooking fettuccine alfredo&mdashit's a creamy comfort food that they're sure to enjoy. Then, mix in some shrimp and peas and they'll dig right in.

We also know that kids love anything that resembles chicken tenders, so why not give them a healthier option that introduces them to fish, such as salmon and sole? We have two recipes that your little ones will love&mdashPanko-Breaded Fish Sticks and Crunchy Panko Salmon. Both require just a few ingredients and neither needs a deep fryer to achieve the crispy exterior! The salmon is breaded and baked in the oven, and the fish sticks are breaded and pan-fried in a skillet. Serve each with a healthy side of vegetables or salad for a dish that's just as nutritious as it is delicious.

If you want to introduce your kids to a totally new type of cuisine, such as sushi, take it step-by-step. Bake salmon and roll it up with cucumbers, carrots, and avocado rather than serving them raw fish. Plus, the kids can help assemble the sushi, which engages the whole family with meal prep.

Your little ones will have no trouble finishing dinner (and getting to dessert!) with these delicious kid-friendly fish and shellfish recipes.


20 Kid-Friendly Fish and Shellfish Recipes to Add to Your Dinner Rotation

Let's face it: Getting kids to try a new food (with the exception of a new flavor of ice cream!) isn't always easy. And seafood may be one of the hardest things to convince children to taste, which is why we're sharing fish and shellfish recipes that were designed with little ones in mind. The following dishes, such as the Summer Smoked-Salmon Chowder pictured here, are guaranteed to be entirely kid-friendly and&mdashas a bonus for busy parents&mdasheasy to prepare.

One of the best ways to introduce something new is by building off a dish that they already love. Kids devour macaroni and cheese, so elevate their palate by cooking fettuccine alfredo&mdashit's a creamy comfort food that they're sure to enjoy. Then, mix in some shrimp and peas and they'll dig right in.

We also know that kids love anything that resembles chicken tenders, so why not give them a healthier option that introduces them to fish, such as salmon and sole? We have two recipes that your little ones will love&mdashPanko-Breaded Fish Sticks and Crunchy Panko Salmon. Both require just a few ingredients and neither needs a deep fryer to achieve the crispy exterior! The salmon is breaded and baked in the oven, and the fish sticks are breaded and pan-fried in a skillet. Serve each with a healthy side of vegetables or salad for a dish that's just as nutritious as it is delicious.

If you want to introduce your kids to a totally new type of cuisine, such as sushi, take it step-by-step. Bake salmon and roll it up with cucumbers, carrots, and avocado rather than serving them raw fish. Plus, the kids can help assemble the sushi, which engages the whole family with meal prep.

Your little ones will have no trouble finishing dinner (and getting to dessert!) with these delicious kid-friendly fish and shellfish recipes.


20 Kid-Friendly Fish and Shellfish Recipes to Add to Your Dinner Rotation

Let's face it: Getting kids to try a new food (with the exception of a new flavor of ice cream!) isn't always easy. And seafood may be one of the hardest things to convince children to taste, which is why we're sharing fish and shellfish recipes that were designed with little ones in mind. The following dishes, such as the Summer Smoked-Salmon Chowder pictured here, are guaranteed to be entirely kid-friendly and&mdashas a bonus for busy parents&mdasheasy to prepare.

One of the best ways to introduce something new is by building off a dish that they already love. Kids devour macaroni and cheese, so elevate their palate by cooking fettuccine alfredo&mdashit's a creamy comfort food that they're sure to enjoy. Then, mix in some shrimp and peas and they'll dig right in.

We also know that kids love anything that resembles chicken tenders, so why not give them a healthier option that introduces them to fish, such as salmon and sole? We have two recipes that your little ones will love&mdashPanko-Breaded Fish Sticks and Crunchy Panko Salmon. Both require just a few ingredients and neither needs a deep fryer to achieve the crispy exterior! The salmon is breaded and baked in the oven, and the fish sticks are breaded and pan-fried in a skillet. Serve each with a healthy side of vegetables or salad for a dish that's just as nutritious as it is delicious.

If you want to introduce your kids to a totally new type of cuisine, such as sushi, take it step-by-step. Bake salmon and roll it up with cucumbers, carrots, and avocado rather than serving them raw fish. Plus, the kids can help assemble the sushi, which engages the whole family with meal prep.

Your little ones will have no trouble finishing dinner (and getting to dessert!) with these delicious kid-friendly fish and shellfish recipes.


20 Kid-Friendly Fish and Shellfish Recipes to Add to Your Dinner Rotation

Let's face it: Getting kids to try a new food (with the exception of a new flavor of ice cream!) isn't always easy. And seafood may be one of the hardest things to convince children to taste, which is why we're sharing fish and shellfish recipes that were designed with little ones in mind. The following dishes, such as the Summer Smoked-Salmon Chowder pictured here, are guaranteed to be entirely kid-friendly and&mdashas a bonus for busy parents&mdasheasy to prepare.

One of the best ways to introduce something new is by building off a dish that they already love. Kids devour macaroni and cheese, so elevate their palate by cooking fettuccine alfredo&mdashit's a creamy comfort food that they're sure to enjoy. Then, mix in some shrimp and peas and they'll dig right in.

We also know that kids love anything that resembles chicken tenders, so why not give them a healthier option that introduces them to fish, such as salmon and sole? We have two recipes that your little ones will love&mdashPanko-Breaded Fish Sticks and Crunchy Panko Salmon. Both require just a few ingredients and neither needs a deep fryer to achieve the crispy exterior! The salmon is breaded and baked in the oven, and the fish sticks are breaded and pan-fried in a skillet. Serve each with a healthy side of vegetables or salad for a dish that's just as nutritious as it is delicious.

If you want to introduce your kids to a totally new type of cuisine, such as sushi, take it step-by-step. Bake salmon and roll it up with cucumbers, carrots, and avocado rather than serving them raw fish. Plus, the kids can help assemble the sushi, which engages the whole family with meal prep.

Your little ones will have no trouble finishing dinner (and getting to dessert!) with these delicious kid-friendly fish and shellfish recipes.


20 Kid-Friendly Fish and Shellfish Recipes to Add to Your Dinner Rotation

Let's face it: Getting kids to try a new food (with the exception of a new flavor of ice cream!) isn't always easy. And seafood may be one of the hardest things to convince children to taste, which is why we're sharing fish and shellfish recipes that were designed with little ones in mind. The following dishes, such as the Summer Smoked-Salmon Chowder pictured here, are guaranteed to be entirely kid-friendly and&mdashas a bonus for busy parents&mdasheasy to prepare.

One of the best ways to introduce something new is by building off a dish that they already love. Kids devour macaroni and cheese, so elevate their palate by cooking fettuccine alfredo&mdashit's a creamy comfort food that they're sure to enjoy. Then, mix in some shrimp and peas and they'll dig right in.

We also know that kids love anything that resembles chicken tenders, so why not give them a healthier option that introduces them to fish, such as salmon and sole? We have two recipes that your little ones will love&mdashPanko-Breaded Fish Sticks and Crunchy Panko Salmon. Both require just a few ingredients and neither needs a deep fryer to achieve the crispy exterior! The salmon is breaded and baked in the oven, and the fish sticks are breaded and pan-fried in a skillet. Serve each with a healthy side of vegetables or salad for a dish that's just as nutritious as it is delicious.

If you want to introduce your kids to a totally new type of cuisine, such as sushi, take it step-by-step. Bake salmon and roll it up with cucumbers, carrots, and avocado rather than serving them raw fish. Plus, the kids can help assemble the sushi, which engages the whole family with meal prep.

Your little ones will have no trouble finishing dinner (and getting to dessert!) with these delicious kid-friendly fish and shellfish recipes.


20 Kid-Friendly Fish and Shellfish Recipes to Add to Your Dinner Rotation

Let's face it: Getting kids to try a new food (with the exception of a new flavor of ice cream!) isn't always easy. And seafood may be one of the hardest things to convince children to taste, which is why we're sharing fish and shellfish recipes that were designed with little ones in mind. The following dishes, such as the Summer Smoked-Salmon Chowder pictured here, are guaranteed to be entirely kid-friendly and&mdashas a bonus for busy parents&mdasheasy to prepare.

One of the best ways to introduce something new is by building off a dish that they already love. Kids devour macaroni and cheese, so elevate their palate by cooking fettuccine alfredo&mdashit's a creamy comfort food that they're sure to enjoy. Then, mix in some shrimp and peas and they'll dig right in.

We also know that kids love anything that resembles chicken tenders, so why not give them a healthier option that introduces them to fish, such as salmon and sole? We have two recipes that your little ones will love&mdashPanko-Breaded Fish Sticks and Crunchy Panko Salmon. Both require just a few ingredients and neither needs a deep fryer to achieve the crispy exterior! The salmon is breaded and baked in the oven, and the fish sticks are breaded and pan-fried in a skillet. Serve each with a healthy side of vegetables or salad for a dish that's just as nutritious as it is delicious.

If you want to introduce your kids to a totally new type of cuisine, such as sushi, take it step-by-step. Bake salmon and roll it up with cucumbers, carrots, and avocado rather than serving them raw fish. Plus, the kids can help assemble the sushi, which engages the whole family with meal prep.

Your little ones will have no trouble finishing dinner (and getting to dessert!) with these delicious kid-friendly fish and shellfish recipes.


20 Kid-Friendly Fish and Shellfish Recipes to Add to Your Dinner Rotation

Let's face it: Getting kids to try a new food (with the exception of a new flavor of ice cream!) isn't always easy. And seafood may be one of the hardest things to convince children to taste, which is why we're sharing fish and shellfish recipes that were designed with little ones in mind. The following dishes, such as the Summer Smoked-Salmon Chowder pictured here, are guaranteed to be entirely kid-friendly and&mdashas a bonus for busy parents&mdasheasy to prepare.

One of the best ways to introduce something new is by building off a dish that they already love. Kids devour macaroni and cheese, so elevate their palate by cooking fettuccine alfredo&mdashit's a creamy comfort food that they're sure to enjoy. Then, mix in some shrimp and peas and they'll dig right in.

We also know that kids love anything that resembles chicken tenders, so why not give them a healthier option that introduces them to fish, such as salmon and sole? We have two recipes that your little ones will love&mdashPanko-Breaded Fish Sticks and Crunchy Panko Salmon. Both require just a few ingredients and neither needs a deep fryer to achieve the crispy exterior! The salmon is breaded and baked in the oven, and the fish sticks are breaded and pan-fried in a skillet. Serve each with a healthy side of vegetables or salad for a dish that's just as nutritious as it is delicious.

If you want to introduce your kids to a totally new type of cuisine, such as sushi, take it step-by-step. Bake salmon and roll it up with cucumbers, carrots, and avocado rather than serving them raw fish. Plus, the kids can help assemble the sushi, which engages the whole family with meal prep.

Your little ones will have no trouble finishing dinner (and getting to dessert!) with these delicious kid-friendly fish and shellfish recipes.


20 Kid-Friendly Fish and Shellfish Recipes to Add to Your Dinner Rotation

Let's face it: Getting kids to try a new food (with the exception of a new flavor of ice cream!) isn't always easy. And seafood may be one of the hardest things to convince children to taste, which is why we're sharing fish and shellfish recipes that were designed with little ones in mind. The following dishes, such as the Summer Smoked-Salmon Chowder pictured here, are guaranteed to be entirely kid-friendly and&mdashas a bonus for busy parents&mdasheasy to prepare.

One of the best ways to introduce something new is by building off a dish that they already love. Kids devour macaroni and cheese, so elevate their palate by cooking fettuccine alfredo&mdashit's a creamy comfort food that they're sure to enjoy. Then, mix in some shrimp and peas and they'll dig right in.

We also know that kids love anything that resembles chicken tenders, so why not give them a healthier option that introduces them to fish, such as salmon and sole? We have two recipes that your little ones will love&mdashPanko-Breaded Fish Sticks and Crunchy Panko Salmon. Both require just a few ingredients and neither needs a deep fryer to achieve the crispy exterior! The salmon is breaded and baked in the oven, and the fish sticks are breaded and pan-fried in a skillet. Serve each with a healthy side of vegetables or salad for a dish that's just as nutritious as it is delicious.

If you want to introduce your kids to a totally new type of cuisine, such as sushi, take it step-by-step. Bake salmon and roll it up with cucumbers, carrots, and avocado rather than serving them raw fish. Plus, the kids can help assemble the sushi, which engages the whole family with meal prep.

Your little ones will have no trouble finishing dinner (and getting to dessert!) with these delicious kid-friendly fish and shellfish recipes.



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