Seafood, an accomodating and supportive partner to a wide range of spices and other flavorful ingredients, cooks quickly. Looking for a speedy meal? Go fish!
Delight family and friends this holiday season with this alternative to deviled eggs. Tender crabmeat and fat-free yogurt make this a lighter option that won’t weight you down.
If you can’t get to the islands this year, bring them to your kitchen. Your family will be feeling the sunshine with fresh ingredients like lime juice, mango, and avocado.
Corn and crab are a popular combo for a good reason: They complement each other’s sweetness so well. Here, grilling the corn intensifies that sweet flavor, and a creamy dressing with the zing of lime brings it all together. You can make the crab and corn salad ahead; wait until you’re ready to serve before topping the lettuce with the crab mixture.
Grill scallops and cucumber for tasty toppings on this summer salad. All scallops, whether farmed, diver-caught, or wild-caught, are great sustainable seafood options.
This refreshing salad gets its flavor from an oil-free, boldly seasoned dressing. Thai basil has a purple hue on its stems and a licorice flavor.
Licorice and citrus notes highlight the sweetness of the scallops. Scallops cook quick – think of this recipe for a low-maintenance dinner.
More adventurous greens, such as napa cabbage and watercress, add crunch. Shrimp boosts levels of lean, low–saturated-fat protein and omega-3s, while sesame seeds offer the minerals iron, magnesium, and zinc.
This twist on a favorite picnic side dish gains distinctive character from smoked trout and fresh herbs. Make it a few hours ahead, if you like. Serve with grilled pork or chicken.