Keeping in line with our dedication to giving you the best seafood recipes on the internet, we also have some easy at-home recipes for gluten free salmon cakes, salmon crab cakes, and salmon fish cakes that will be a hit with your whole family. Our recipes can be used with fresh salmon, canned salmon, or even leftover salmon that you have from last night’s dinner.
Flambéed crab legs is an incredibly simple recipe, but some care should be taken while preparing. It takes less than 20 minutes to get those king crab clusters from the pan and onto your plate.
We love being your favorite supplier of wild-caught seafood, but we also want you to enjoy cooking our delicious seafood. From our cooking videos to our recipe posts, we share with all of our favorite ways to grill, smoke, pan-fry, sauté, and cook our seafood.
Most people when they cook a fish don’t pay much attention to the fish skin other than to make sure it is clean or to throw it away. Some fish dishes utilize cutlets that still have the skin attached, but most people in the US at least are used to skinless fish fillets. That begs the question, can you eat fish skin?
Preparing chum salmon is just as easy as any other type of salmon. It handles easily, cooks quickly, and the mild flavor makes it a perfect choice for experimenting with all kinds of flavors.
If you are searching for unique salmon recipes to incorporate more fish in your diet without spending a fortune, this wild caught sockeye salmon recipe will hit the spot.
Many fish eaters happen to also be vegetarian, and even those who aren’t can benefit from using vegetarian fish sauce during their meal prep. If you are interested in learning how to make vegan fish sauce for your meals, keep on reading.
Kids and adults alike enjoy fish sticks for their crispy outsides and tender, delicious middles. But store-bought fish sticks are usually heavily processed, and often loaded with unhealthy fillers.
Jambalaya is a dish of Creole and Cajun origins first popularized at the crossroads of the French, Spanish, and African communities of New Orleans, Louisiana.
There a lot of ways of cooking salmon oven or stovetop both yield great results. Depending on what type of dish you are making, one simply will work more efficiently than the other.
We've got a great modern twist on that old favorite, and it makes an incredible seafood sauce. We'll be using olive oil instead of clarified butter, and harnessing the sweet tartness of pink grapefruit instead of lemons.