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.

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.

Lightened Up Sweet and Sour Coconut Shrimp

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When you’re craving that crunch factor but want to skip the calories that come with frying, these coconut shrimp with a tangy dip hit the spot. Tumbled through a crumbly combo of panko and coconut, each bite is infused with a burst of island flavor. Read on to add this addictive dish to your list of tropical triumphs.

Cajun Salmon for a Quick Weeknight Meal

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This Cajun salmon is a quick and easy recipe that’s perfect for adding to your weeknight dinner rotation. The low-carb fish can be prepared and cooked quickly, so you can treat yourself to a little extra “me time.” It’s flaky, juicy, and full of flavor that you will want to enjoy again and again. Get the recipe now.

One-Pan Dinner: A Special Chicken and Shrimp Lo Mein

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Making lo mein at home doesn’t have to be difficult, even with a small kitchen space. Make it as complicated or as simple as you like, with this recipe. We’ll teach you how to utilize fresh or frozen vegetables, as well as your favorite combination of chicken, beef, and shrimp. The marinade and sauce are homemade, too! Read more now on Foodal.com.