Seafood Recipes

Take a break from meat and poultry by incorporating more seafood into your weekly meals! Versatile in preparation, poach, grill, broil, fry, and roast your way to crowd-pleasing appetizers and main dishes. Find recipes covering a variety of fish and shellfish dishes ranging from pasta, salads, chowders and stews, sandwiches, and more.

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Canned Tuna Recipes

Browse our collection of 23 canned tuna recipes to find lunch and dinner ideas for the whole family, including salads, pasta dishes, sandwiches, casseroles, and more.

Cod Recipes That Prove There's a Lot to Like About This White Fish

Cod is available year-round and can be cooked in many ways: baked, broiled, poached, seared, and more. It’s a firm-fleshed white fish with a mild taste that pairs well with strong flavors, such as lemon, herbs, bacon, and olives.

Halibut Recipes

Flounder's largest cousin, halibut has a dense, firm, meaty flesh that needs little seasoning and stays intact when grilled. Experiment with this versatile fish with our collection of 17 recipes that run the gamut of cooking methods -- including steaming and roasting -- and mix things up with flavorful toppings and sides.

Our Tastiest Trout Recipes

Give trout a chance! Whether you choose fresh or smoked, the underrated, affordable fish makes a delicious lean-protein dinner.

Mid-Atlantic Seafood Stew

You'll want to dive right in to our fish stew. It's an ode to the traditional Italian-American dish cioppino, which originated in San Francisco. It offers Chesapeake flair (via Old Bay seasoning) and a succulent sleight of hand: king-oyster mushrooms are sliced into thick rounds to play the part of scallops. They are then seared in butter till golden brown and braised with fish and shrimp.

Stir-Fried Sweet-and-Sour Shrimp

Thanks to storebought helpers like pre-peeled shrimp, prepped pineapple, and apricot jam, this tangy stir-fry takes just twenty minutes to make.

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