Top Rated Seafood Recipes

This elegant pasta dish is reminiscent of shrimp scampi with its light citrusy flavors.  This is easy to prepare but sophisticated enough for company.
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Creole Seafood Gumbo
Gumbo is a traditional dish native to Louisiana. You can't find a restaurant without this Creole and Cajun stew dish perfectly paired with spicy seasonings and seafood. This recipe is courtesy of chef Danny Trace.
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Bonefish Grill's Imperial Dip recipe - The Daily Meal
A decadent combination of shrimp, bay scallops and lump crab, this appetizer is always on top of the leaderboard. This dip is irresistible, and once you try the recipe, you’ll understand why.This recipe is adapted from Bonefish Grill and was originally published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
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Seafood Boil recipe - The Daily Meal
A seafood boil is great for a summer cookout or a tailgating party in the fall. This basic recipe is designed to serve anywhere from 4 to 25 people and is very easy to make—you are really only limited by the size of your pot! About 1 pound each of shrimp, kielbasa and potatoes plus 4 ears of corn is a good amount for every 4 people you are feeding.This recipe was originally published in The Baltimore Sun.
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Seafood Newburg Sauce recipe - The Daily Meal
If you've been searching for a Newburg sauce comparable to the Knorr's packaged variety, you've come to the right place. This sauce is no more difficult or complicated than a basic cream sauce, and there are countless seafood recipes that can be made with it as the base.This recipe is by Peggy Brown of Monroe, Michigan, and was originally published in The Baltimore Sun.
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Seafood Soup With Porcini And Tomatoes
Enjoy this delicious warm soup during the winter months. Seafood broth is mixed with Italian flavors to create a stew that's perfect to make for dinner on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day.This recipe is by Jeanmarie Brownson and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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Tomato, Garlic & Wine Salmon
Switch up your dinner routine with a grilled salmon dish that’s bursting with the savory taste of McCormick Tomato, Garlic & Wine Seafood Sauce. Brush sauce onto salmon and grill for a great Italian flavor.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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Extra Bloody Mary Salsa
This recipe, which calls for olives, horseradish, hot pepper sauce and Worcestershire sauce, emulates all of the best flavors of a Bloody Mary. Recipe courtesy of Ready Set Eat
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Tomato, Garlic & Wine Salmon
Switch up your dinner routine with a grilled salmon dish that’s bursting with the savory taste of McCormick Tomato, Garlic & Wine Seafood Sauce. Brush sauce onto salmon and grill for a great Italian flavor.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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Maryland Crab Soup
Nothing says Maryland like fresh, sweet crabs, but add a dash of the state’s favorite Old Bay seasoning and you have one creamy, rich seafood soup that is more than a local favorite, it’s a time-honored tradition. Our recipe uses the classic spicy Old Bay seasoning and a splash of dry sherry.
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Phat Kaphrao
Ranking fourth among the 10 Thai dishes ordered most frequently by foreigners, phat kaphrao can have any kind of meat as its main ingredient. But people in Thailand usually choose pork or chicken. This recipe is shrimp fried with sweet basils. You can substitute another type of meat for shrimp as you like.This recipe is courtesy of Thaiways Magazine.
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Spicy fish and slaw sandwich recipe - The Daily Meal
For this sandwich, haddock, scrod, U.S. tilapia, Pacific cod or U.S. farmed bass are all excellent choices. The Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch app can help you select fish that has been caught (or farmed and harvested) sustainably.Sweet potato fries make the perfect accompaniment to spicy fish sandwiches. For oven fries, simply peel large sweet potatoes, slice them 1/2-inch thick and then cut the slices into 1/4-inch wide sticks. Put on a baking sheet with a nice coating of sunflower or safflower oil and a sprinkle of salt. Bake at 375 degrees on convection, stirring often, until crispy, about 20 minutes. A sprinkle of the seafood seasoning that follows perks them up into a worthy side.
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