Your family will love the fresh flavors of shrimp tacos, fish po’boys, grilled Greek snapper, and more. Whip up one of these recipes for dinner tonight.
Crab cakes aren't as hard as they might seem. This recipe will have crab cakes on the table in less than 30 minutes. Toss
together arugula, grape tomatoes, lemon juice, olive oil, and salt to serve with your crab cakes.
In New Orleans, this dish is a staple on restaurant menus. While the shrimp are baking to perfection, you can add some frozen
Texas toast to the oven. The bread is perfect for sopping up the rich butter sauce on the shrimp.
Ready in 20 Minutes
This Asian-inspired meal is ready in just 20 minutes! Don't let the name scare you—if you don't like spicy foods, just use less Szechuan sauce. Add additional cilantro and lime juice for extra flavor.
Pickled okra and shrimp make a perfect combination for a fresh, spring salad. Try this recipe tonight for dinner with a side
of cheesy French bread.
Ready in 21 Minutes
This delicious dish is ready in less than 30 minutes! Cool watermelon salsa pairs perfectly with hot-off-the-grill fish. For a sandwich option, serve fish and salsa in pita pockets.
Frozen fish fillets make it easy to bring New Orleans flavor to your meal. Top French bread with quick, zesty Creole spread
then add fish and lettuce. Cut kitchen time with frozen bread, or pick up a loaf from your grocery store.
Make coleslaw up to 24 hours in advance to jump-start this recipe.
Parsley, garlic, lemon, and mint lend flavor to this simple poached fish.
Prepare tuna salad in advance for an instant meal from the fridge. Cucumber, onion, Granny Smith apple, and a Lemon Aïoli
elevate the taste of canned tuna to extraordinary. Serve on bread or over a bed of salad greens.
These coconut shrimp are baked so you can enjoy all the flavor of the dish and still feel good about what you're eating! Not
craving seafood? Make coconut chicken using this recipe and serve with honey mustard dipping sauce.
Pizza dough from your grocery store, local wholesaler, or favorite pizza restaurant speeds up prep time for summery pizza.
Sauté shrimp with onions and red bell pepper for a flavorful complement to pesto. Cut kitchen time by substituting jarred
pesto and peeled shrimp.
While flounder is a Charleston favorite, use any firm-fleshed fish, such as tilapia, grouper, or catfish. Adjust the cooking
time according to the thickness of the fish.
A white wine sauce filled with mushrooms, clams, and fresh herbs adds tons of flavor to this pasta dish. Garnish with freshly
grated Parmesan cheese. Serve with a simple green salad and crusty bread.
This 6-ingredient fish recipe is ready in less than 30 minutes and perfect for busy weeknights. Coat the fish in panko breadcrumbs
for a crispy coating. You can substitute mahi mahi, grouper, catfish, salmon, or tilapia for cod.
With only six ingredients that are full of fresh tropical flavor, there's no reason not to try this recipe. It's perfect for
a quick family dinner or casual entertaining.
Your family will be asking for seconds of this fresh shrimp dish served over couscous.
Easy side: Prepare 1 (10-oz.) package plain couscous according to package directions. Stir in 1⁄2 cup chopped roasted red bell peppers, 1⁄2 cup grated Parmesan cheese, and 1⁄4 cup chopped fresh parsley.
This Greek-style shrimp became an instant favorite in our test kitchen. Better yet, it's ready to eat in just 35 minutes.
Easy side: Serve with 1 (5-oz.) package mixed salad greens and your favorite Greek dressing.
Ready in 15 Minutes
If you have 15 minutes, pick up steamed fish from your grocery seafood counter, and create this easy seafood recipe paired with fresh salsa.
Aluminum foil can be subbed for parchment to make the packets.
"This is an updated version of my favorite dinner as a kid," says Test Kitchen Specialist Vanessa McNeil Rocchio. "Cooking
the curry powder with the flour brings out the essential oils, making the dish even more flavorful.
Cook the orzo like rice, paella-style, on the stove, then top with fish, and bake. Feel free to substitute salmon for any
flaky white fish.