Nothing says summer like fresh seafood straight from the sea. This summer, when you plan your next seaside vacation or family gathering, consider making one of these light and refreshing summer seafood dishes. From crab cakes to seafood pastas to simple salmon dishes and more, we have plenty of reasons to keep cooking all summer long, which is why we made summer seafood the theme of this week’s SWAT (Sharing With A Theme).
Click here for the Keep It Light and Fresh With These 20 Summer Seafood Recipes slideshow.
Our Culinary Content Network is serving up the freshest catch of the day with recipes for grilled shrimp, smoked salmon, and fresh fish tacos.
Here are this week’s highlights:
Grilled Shrimp Skewers With Creamy Sesame Slaw
What better way to enjoy summer seafood than grilling outside for a crowd? We can’t wait to try this grilled shrimp recipe from Becky Winkler of A Calculated Whisk
made with tangy rice vinegar, toasted sesame oil, and a dash of pungent fish sauce for a mouthwatering umami flavor.
Nordic Open-Faced Smoked Salmon Sandwiches
Salmon is at its best from May to September, making this recipe from Sue Moran of The View From Great Island
both timely and delicious. These open-faced sandwiches are dainty enough to serve as a snack or with egg salad for a meal.
This paella made with pancetta, chorizo, fresh clams, and large prawns over a bed of saffron-scented rice from Abbe Odenwalder of the This is How I Cook
blog is the perfect summer seafood dinner; that is why Abbe is the winner of this week’s SWAT.