You'll be able to satisfy both fish and shrimp lovers without feeling like a short-order cook.

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Cornmeal adds great texture to this grilled catfish while cumin provides a hint of earthy spice. You can substitute several different kinds of white fish for this recipe such as tilapia, cod, or perch for this easy sandwich recipe.

You'll be able to satisfy both fish and shrimp lovers without feeling like a short-order cook. These recipes work with fresh or frozen selections.

Cumin-Dusted Catfish Sandwiches and Cumin-Dusted Shrimp Sandwiches are easy to prepare on a weeknight. You'll recognize the aromatic, nutty-flavored cumin from Southwestern dishes. Cook both on the same night by using half shrimp and half fish. You'll have two of each kind of sandwich with only a two-minute difference in the grilling times. Talk about a compromise.

A Sure-To-Please Option
Not in the mood for a sandwich? Pair shrimp with a mixed green salad and spicy dressing.

"Quick & Easy: Seafood for Dinner" is from the August 2006 issue of Southern Living.