recipes for: Seafood
We love these easy, flavorful pesto zoodles with salmon for a healthy weeknight dinner! Bake a fresh salmon fillet with tomatoes, then toss with sautéed zucchini noodles, crispy pancetta, and vibrant pesto sauce. Serve with lots of grated Parmigiano Reggiano. Light, but completely satisfying! GF
These grilled swordfish skewers are so easy to make! Alternate swordfish and lemon slices on skewers, then grill quickly for 2-3 minutes on each side. Serve with a flavorful, homemade Italian salsa verde made from parsley, capers, anchovies, garlic, lemon, and red pepper flakes. A great, healthy swordfish recipe the whole family will love! GF, DF, Whole30
We love this easy tuna pasta salad! It's inexpensive to make, tastes delicious, has no mayonnaise to be found (instead, we're using a homemade balsamic vinaigrette to dress the salad!), and features our favorite pantry staple: jarred tuna fish! It's sure to elevate any summer picnics or cookouts. Plus, it's easy to make ahead! DF
These light and crisp cucumber slices with baked salmon and creamy Greek yogurt sauce are a healthy snack you'll enjoy on repeat. We love to serve them with capers, fresh dill, and a sprinkling of everything bagel seasoning. Bet you can't stop at one!
This light and healthy grilled halibut recipe is topped with a simple, flavorful charred scallion sauce. The sauce is flavored with grilled scallions, cilantro, limes, a serrano pepper, garlic, and olive oil and is made in a blender or food processor. Easy summer dinner recipe that you can feel good about feeding to the whole family! GF, DF, Whole30
One pan baked swordfish is the ultimate easy weeknight entrée that is healthy, light, and flavorful. Swordfish steaks bake slowly over white beans, fresh corn, tomato confit, and fresh herbs. Serve with lemon wedges, basil, and thinly sliced onion. Elegant enough for a date night in! GF, DF
Spicy blackened mahi mahi is a quick weeknight dinner that packs a serious kick. Serve with light, refreshing pineapple mango salsa to cool things down. We love to serve this over cilantro lime rice with sour cream, avocado, and lime wedges!
Scallop crudo is an elegant, light start to any meal! Thinly slice raw sea scallops, then serve with a simple marinade of lime juice, soy sauce, olive oil, and ginger. Top with Thai chilies, fresh chives, and flaky sea salt. GF, DF
The crab cake benedict is the king of all breakfast dishes! Toasted English muffins, homemade Baltimore crab cakes, perfect poached eggs, and an easy hollandaise sauce made right in a blender. A seriously luxurious brunch that will leave your guests speechless. Instructions included for how to make almost everything ahead of time and easily reheat.