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.

Shrimp Fra Diavolo (Italian Shrimp and Linguine with Spicy Sauce)

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When your pasta is lacking pizzazz, try this crazy easy, super fiery shrimp fra diavolo. This sassy seafood dish features shrimp spiked with spicy red pepper flakes, tossed with juicy tomatoes, salty pancetta, white wine, sharp Asiago cheese, and fresh basil. Read more now to learn how to make it for dinner tonight.

Honey Ginger Salmon: A Quick, Healthy Weeknight Dinner

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Baked honey ginger salmon is a tasty explosion of flavor that is incredibly quick and easy to make. With just a few ingredients in the marinade, the recipe comes together in less than an hour and makes for a healthy option to put on the dinner table this week. It’s perfect for a busy weeknight. Read more now.

Creamy Greek Pasta with Shrimp

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Take a break from the usual PB&J and pack this simple Greek pasta with shrimp for lunch instead. Made with whole wheat penne, fresh vegetables, and Greek yogurt, it’s cool, creamy, and deceptively healthy. Equally satisfying hot or cold, read more to add this recipe to your collection of meal prep favorites.

Shrimp Pad Thai with Tamarind and Peanuts

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With just a few specialty items, you’ll never be far away from a homemade Far Eastern feast. Briny fish sauce, tangy tamarind, and succulent shrimp are just three of the many standout flavors in this pad Thai. Read more on Foodal to expand your noodle knowledge and learn the secrets of this sweet-and-sour staple.

Dinner In 15 Minutes: Fish in Brown Butter Sauce (Sole Meunière)

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Need a quick dinner option? Try Sole Meunière, a classic French fish dish cooked in a rich brown butter sauce. The sole fillets are dredged in flour, then fried in butter, and topped with a decadent, nutty sauce. It’s a simple recipe that takes only 15 minutes to prepare. Get the recipe now.

Easy Homemade Seafood Stock

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There’s no need to throw out those shells when you can use them to make homemade seafood stock. You can easily use a combination of shellfish, whether it’s crab, shrimp, or lobster. The recipe is super simple to make, and you can use it in so many different ways. You might never buy the boxed version again! Read more.

Salmon Tacos with Tomatillo Guacamole and Red Cabbage Slaw

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Zesty and fresh, salmon tacos with tomatillo guacamole and red cabbage slaw offer a delicious new twist on taco night. They are insanely easy to make and will disappear off the table quickly. The fish is rubbed with a coffee and chili spice mixture, so it packs a punch of flavor. What’s not to love? Get the recipe now.

Grilled Steak, Chicken & Shrimp Fajitas: Hear the Sizzle in a Whole New Way

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Instead of sizzling in a cast iron pan, we’re making grilled fajitas on a stick. With all the flavor of your favorite dish served with the vast array of toppings you love, this is how to make the traditional meal in a whole new way. It’s best for a crowd and it makes dinner so much fun. Get the recipe now.

Make Linguine with Clam Sauce to Liven Up Pasta Night

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If seafood and pasta sound like a match made in heaven, this linguine with clam sauce will make your night. With a savory broth of white wine, lemon juice, fresh clams, and garlic, this buttery dish will leave you feeling like you just took a dip in the ocean. Read on to add this recipe to your list of carby cravings.

Grilled Shrimp Po’Boys

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There’s no need to go through the process of battering and frying with grilled shrimp po’boys. Instead of the traditional fried preparation, this succulent shellfish is thrown on a hot grill to give it some flavorful flair. With an easy remoulade and all the traditional toppings, it’s a surefire win. Read more now.