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For many people, cooking seafood at home seems like an intimidating task. But it truly doesn’t have to be. In fact, fish and shellfish are some of the simplest foods to prepare. Here are a handful of simple yet delicious seafood recipes that you basically can’t mess up. Recipe Tin Eats / Via recipetineats.com Even…
June 12, 2020
For many people, cooking seafood at home seems like an intimidating task. But it truly doesn’t have to be. In fact, fish and shellfish are some of the simplest foods to prepare. Here are a handful of simple yet delicious seafood recipes that you basically can’t mess up.
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Even lettuce-haters will be able to get behind this salad made with rice noodles, julienned veggies, and juicy prawns tossed in a dressing made with red chili, garlic, rice vinegar, and fish sauce. Get the recipe for
Vietnamese shrimp noodle salad here.
Sesame Crusted Ahi Tuna
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This seared tuna may seem totally intimidating, but anyone can make it in a matter of minutes. Just dip the ahi tuna in a soy sauce and lime juice marinade, coat the sides in sesame seeds, and sear it in a pan for a minute on each side or until it reaches your desired doneness. Get the recipe for
sesame crusted ahi tuna here.
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The key to perfectly browned scallops is to pat them dry before cooking and make sure your buttered skillet is sizzling hot. Get the recipe for
honey-glazed scallops here.
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If you don’t have soba noodles, work with what you’ve got. This teriyaki salmon tastes just as delicious with egg noodles, rice noodles, or just your basic store-bought spaghetti. Get the recipe for
salmon soba noodle bowls here.
Red Thai Curry Mussels
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If you’ve never made mussels at home you’ll be shocked by how low-effort and no-fuss this dish actually is. Just prepare the broth with butter, garlic, coconut milk, and red curry paste, then add the mussels and simmer until they open up. Get there recipe for
red Thai curry mussels here.
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This recipe calls for delicate cod, but you can swap in any flaky white fish like hake, flounder, or halibut. Get the recipe for
fish tacos here.
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Don’t feel like splurging on lobster? You can make this cobb salad with just about anything like shrimp, salmon, crab meat, or even scallops. Get the recipe for
lobster cobb salad here.
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If you have taco seasoning on hand, feel free to toss the shrimp, peppers, and onion in that. Then, load the shellfish and veggies into tortillas with your favorite garnishes like avocado and jalapeño. Get the recipe for
skillet shrimp fajitas here.
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This restaurant-quality dish is surprisingly easy to whip up in your own kitchen. Just whisk together curry paste, coconut milk, fish sauce, and lime juice. Then add the salmon fillets and whatever vegetables you have on hand. Get the recipe for
green curry salmon here.
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Orzo takes the place of linguine or spaghetti in this take on shrimp scampi. Shrimp get cooked in garlic, lemon zest, and red pepper flakes, then they’re tossed into buttery orzo. Get the recipe for
garlicky shrimp scampi with orzo here.
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You might associate this comforting soup with summery New England seafood shacks, but turns out it’s actually incredibly easy to make at home with just a handful of ingredients including clams, bacon, flour, butter, celery, potato, and onion. Get the recipe for creamy
New England clam chowder here.
Crab Fried Rice
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Start with lumb crap meat and turn it into a decadent version of the Chinese take-out classic. Add any of your favorite veggies (fresh or frozen) and stir-fry with soy sauce and, if you have it, fish sauce or Chinese cooking wine. Get the recipe for
crab fried rice here.
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There’s no cooking involved in this perfect summer dish. Start with sushi-grade tuna (or your favorite fish) and serve it over rice with your go-to toppings like sliced avocado, mango, edamame, red onion, scallions, and more. Get the recipe for
spicy tuna poke bowls here.
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Poaching fish is
so easy, and it’s such a great way to add flavor. In this recipe, white fish like cod or halibut gets simmered in a sauce made of cherry tomatoes, garlic, chicken stock, and white wine until cooked through and fork-tender. Get the recipe for poached fish in tomato basil sauce here.
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Coat the salmon in a marinade made with honey, Dijon, lemon juice, and garlic, then bake it for 12 minutes. Yup, it’s
that simple. Get the recipe for honey mustard baked salmon here.
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Looking for a recipe worthy of a special occasion? This decadent lobster pasta should check off all the boxes. If you have the time on your hands you can try making the sauce from scratch, but otherwise use your favorite store-bought version. Get the recipe for
creamy lobster pasta here.
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