Low Country Boil with Homemade Seasoning Mix

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You can multiply this classic low country boil recipe for any size gathering, but our scaled down version makes a feast for four. Pair this interactive one-pot meal packed with shrimp, sausage, corn, and a homemade seasoning mix with ice cold brews, good friends, and a pile of napkins. Read on for the recipe.

Shrimp Enchiladas with Green Chili Queso

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If juicy shrimp smothered in gooey cheese sounds like your delicious dream come true, these enchiladas will blow your mind and satisfy your stomach. This recipe rolls up seasoned shrimp with onions and garlic in tortillas, and tops them with a luscious green chili queso. Read on for the full story behind this fiesta.

Brazilian Espetinho de Peixe (Fish Kebabs)

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Espetinho de peixe, or classic fish kebabs, will make you feel as if you’ve been transported to Brazil. Pieces of protein-packed fish are marinated in a citrus and herb mixture that imparts a ton of flavor to the dish. Layered with mushrooms and bell peppers, they’re grilled to perfection. Get the recipe now.

Broiled Salmon with Shiitake Mushrooms and Parmesan Grits

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This playful take on shrimp and grits still pulls the star of the show from the sea. Crispy, broiled salmon takes center stage alongside earthy shiitake mushrooms atop a mountain of buttery parmesan grits. Read more now to add this savory and satisfying recipe to your list of southern-inspired favorites.

How to Cook Salmon in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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When it comes to cooking fish easily, it’s essential to know how to cook salmon in the electric pressure cooker. With two different ways to make the main dish sing, you can pair this hearty seafood with a variety of side dishes for dinner this week. You won’t believe how easy it is. Get the how-to on Foodal.

Shrimp with Red Chili Coconut Sauce

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This sweet and savory Thai-inspired red chili coconut sauce is a revelation. In this recipe, crispy, pan-seared shrimp are slathered in a luxuriously creamy combination of coconut milk, tangy red chili paste, peanut butter, and savory soy sauce. Drooling yet? Read on for the secrets of this sensational dish.

Western Tex-Mex Crab Cakes with Lemon Aioli

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Skip the Old Bay and break the cumin out of the spice cabinet. These Western-inspired crab cakes are loaded with bold, unexpected flavors like smoky paprika, spicy cayenne, and fresh cilantro, seared until golden brown, and garnished with a garlicky lemon aioli. Read on for this sensational seafood recipe.

Gluten-Free Salt and Vinegar Baked Fish

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You don’t need to pop over to the pub to enjoy this imaginative spin on fish and chips. We dunk flaky white fish fillets in a flavorful mayonnaise mixture, dredge them in crumbled gluten-free salt and vinegar potato chips, and finish them in the oven for an addictively crunchy bite. Get the recipe now.

Lemon Garlic Shrimp

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What goes better with bright citrusy seafood than sharp, aromatic garlic? Butter, of course. Grab the closest slice of crusty bread and dig right into these succulent baked shrimp that have been bathed in a buttery blend of lemon, pungent garlic, and fresh parsley. Get the full mouthwatering recipe now.

Sushi Bowls with Sriracha Mayonnaise

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Make sushi night a homemade affair with these easy bowls, essentially deconstructed sushi rolls made with rice and all kinds of yummy toppings, including a DIY sriracha mayonnaise. There’s no need to get messy rolling everything up yourself, and this recipe is also fantastic for meal prep during the week. Read more.

Quick and Easy 20-Minute Parmesan Tilapia

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Parmesan-crusted tilapia is a simple recipe that’s ready in just 20 minutes. The tender fish is coated with a simple cheesy breadcrumb mixture, then cooked until golden brown and flaky. Once you try it, you’ll see why it’s guaranteed to become a go-to. It will even convert those who claim not to be fish lovers.

Head to Spain with Homemade Paella de Marisco

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Paella de marisco is a summer seafood favorite in Spain, and it’s no wonder why. The rice-based dish brings the best of what’s fresh from the sea, with a hearty dose of saffron and pops of fresh green peas. Though it takes some time to prepare, it’s quite easy and absolutely stunning to serve to guests. Get the recipe.