Spring is the perfect time to incorporate more fish into your daily diet. Whether you want to go meatless every day or only on Fridays, our list of seafood recipes is the perfect way to start changing your eating habits to spring into the season.
Tilapia fillets are sprinkled with cumin and salt, cooked, and topped with a coleslaw made with RO*TEL® Mexican Diced Tomatoes with Lime Juice & Cilantro, for perfectly flaky fish tacos.
Meet your new favorite healthy dinner. Ho-hum salmon fillets shape-shift into a savory-sweet entrée when marinated and baked in a glaze composed of white miso, soy sauce, honey, ginger, and more.
We’ve featured this recipe in other articles, and there are plenty of reasons why. Healthy? Check. Simple and fast? Check. Caters to our obsession with avocados and Frontera® Tomatillo Salsa? Oh yeah.
If we had our own boardwalk food stand, we’d cash in on this recipe and retire early. Simply cook fish and drained RO*TEL Tomatoes together before layering them between tortilla chips, mango salsa, avocado sour cream, and cojita cheese. Great for game day or family nacho night!
Feel five-star fancy without having to leave the house. Learn how to make a silky tomato-based bisque that lovingly cradles cooked shrimp and lobster. (Sidenote: You can skip the lobster or swap in lump crab meat.) Slurp, smile, and feel the warm fuzzies inside and out.
Give cooked shrimp a smoky, tomato-y finish with Hunt’s® Tomato Sauce, chipotle peppers in adobo sauce, fresh garlic, and more. Top it off with cilantro and serve it for dinner or a Cinco de Mayo party.
Eight ingredients, 20 minutes. This dinner takes less time and effort than it does to call your favorite takeout place and shuttle over there. Plus, you’ll have the added benefit of knowing exactly what’s in it.
Crisp. Chewy. Contained. Shrimp, vermicelli noodles, carrot, butter lettuce, basil, and mint all come together in one smooth rice paper package. Serve with P.F. Chang’s® Home Menu Kung Pao Sauce for a sweet-and-spicy kick.
We imagine this is how you’d prepare fish if you caught it yourself. Envelop tender mahi-mahi with bold island flavors like pineapple, mangoes, macadamia nuts, and more.