Love seafood, and everything that comes with it, even not in the peak months of summer? Wish you could own a house by the ocean or eat decadent lobster every night? If that sounds like you, check out these cold water seafood recipes for some new ideas.
Recipe one: Lemon Garlic Parmesan Shrimp Pasta
A buttery lemon-herb sauce is tossed over juicy shrimp and creamy pasta. Ready in only about 30 minutes, serve this with a large salad, crusty bread and white wine. Dig in!Read More »
Recipe two: Crab Legs with Garlic Butter
A great way to get kids interested in cold water seafood, these crab legs are easy to pull apart and fun to eat. Serve with plenty of paper napkins, bibs, butter and lemon. Yum!
Recipe three: Contest-Winning New England Clam Chowder
Bacon, garlic, onion, celery, potatoes, herbs, spices and plenty of clam juices creates a hearty chowder. Good enough for the bitter cold winters in New England and good enough for you. Warm up on one of these chilly days with this.
Recipe four: New England Lobster Roll
Seafood is synonymous with the Northeast, and there are few lunches as iconic as a lobster roll with chips. Serve it the Maine way, cold with mayonnaise, or Rhode Island style, with butter and piping hot. No matter which one you choose, you are in for a treat.
Recipe five: Parsley Baked Cod
If you like seafood more than your family, get them on board with this yummy, mild fish. It is a hit when served alone, or with ketchup or tartar sauce.
Recipe six: Baked Seafood Dip with Crab, Lobster and Veggies
This skillet-baked dish is a nice dish to bring to a party, potluck or your own table. Cream cheese, Gouda, Old Bay seasoning and veggies make this a drool-worthy appetizer. Serve with pretzels, bread or crackers.
Recipe seven: Honey-Mustard Salmon with Roasted Asparagus
This salmon is so sweet that the topping is almost like candy. Brown sugar and butter make this absolutely addictive. Serve with asparagus topped with plenty of parmesan. Great for a date night or dinner with the girls.
Recipe eight: Fresh and Easy Tuna Nicoise Salad
Although the French view this as a ‘poor man’s’ dish, tuna nicoise salads are power fuel. Veggies, olives, hard boiled eggs, lemon and asparagus means that it is good for appetites large and small. Wash down with plenty of ice water.
Recipe nine: Steamed Mussels with White Wine and Garlic
These fancy wine-topped mussels come alive with a burst or tomato. Serve over pasta for a complete meal, and almost feel like you are in France.
Recipe ten: Classic British Fish and Chips
Seafood as fast food? Yes, please! These deep fried fish pieces are served up with piping hot French Fries and ketchup for plenty of dipping. For an authentic experience, serve the fish in newspaper with mushy peas.
Get a taste of the sea with these cold water seafood recipes. Ahoy, matey! Reel in these delicious meals and make them soon to the delight of your loved ones.
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