Need proof that seafood dinners can be speedy? This shrimp and grain bowl comes together in about 30 minutes for a time-crunched weeknight.
If you haven't tried farro yet, prepare to meet your new favorite grain. Farro adds fun texture and a bit of nutty flavor to this veggie and salmon bowl to make a fiber- and protein-packed meal in a bowl.
Look at this beautiful lunch sandwich! Doesn't it look like it came from a deli? Create the recipe at home with only 7 ingredients.
This air fryer shrimp recipe makes a crispy outer coating without adding all the calories of frying in oil. To make it a meal, serve with rice, broccoli, and juicy mango.
This warm shrimp salad recipe is great for a tasty lunch, or a healthy dinner. You can make this easy shrimp recipe in just 30 minutes, so you won't be waiting on your meal for long!
If you've never thought about making a homemade crab rangoon recipe, now's the time. A few simple ingredients and quick frying time are all that's needed.
Choose a firm whitefish option like cod, grouper, or hake. These varieties hold up well to oven-roasting (and topping with a tangy, refreshing fruit salsa).
Bacon makes everything better, and this shrimp are no exception. One easy way to make this appetizer recipe even more flavorful is to marinate the shrimp before wrapping and cooking them.
Forget orange chicken and try this Asian-inspired, citrus-infused shrimp recipe tonight. You need just one sheet pan to make the entire quick and easy seafood dinner.
You can make paella quicker than ever with this easy pressure cooker recipe. It still has all your favorites--shrimp, mussels, and veggies--with a lot less work!
Your instant pot can do a lot more than just cook plain grains. In just 12 minutes, this farro and shrimp dish with feta and Parmesan cheese is ready for dinner!
Stock up on garlic bulbs for this roasty dinner recipe. This quick prep salmon recipe uses 14 cloves, but don't worry the roasting sweetens and mellows out sharp garlic flavor.
Parchment paper packets aren't just for your oven anymore! You can cook fish in your Instant Pot without making a mess with this easy, yummy recipe.
This classic Spanish tapas dish, essentially spicy shrimp poached in olive oil, is a hit at cocktail and dinner parties.
Bulgur, best known for its role in Middle Eastern tabbouleh, lends its chewy texture and nutty taste to this low-calorie shrimp recipe.
Kids and adults alike will look forward to lunch when a creamy, herbaceous tuna salad sandwich awaits.
If you can't find firm, mild striped bass, mahi-mahi or cod make for nice swaps for this healthy fish soup.
Oysters always seemed like such a classy food to me. Something you slurped up at a fancy seafood restaurant then chased with a sip of fancy Champagne. Yet something about the texture and the taste—at least most of the oysters I've ever tasted—made me say "no thanks!" on nearly every occasion. Hoping to change my tune and be more open to shellfish suppers, I jumped at the chance to visit the Crystal Coast (an 85-mile stretch along the North Carolina coast that is a prolific seafood spot). By the time I flew back home, I had a new appreciation for all things oysters. Keep reading to find out why—plus why you and your garden will want to gobble 'em up more, too.
It's a grain bowl, it's a fish dinner, it's an all-in-one meal loaded with 10 g fiber! Dig into this healthy recipe to reap all the nutritional benefits.
Top each bowl of this Asian-inspired dinner recipe with fresh cilantro and a squeeze of lime juice to make the flavors pop.
Jazz up a fish dinner by sprinkling with cajun seasoning and wrapping it in ramen. Ready in about 40 minutes, this cod recipe is a perfect weeknight option.
Give two pantry staples, ramen noodles and canned tuna, new life in this Asian salad recipe. Sesame, miso, and rice vinegar transport this vegetable side dish to the Far East.
Including paella that can be on your table 30 minutes from now!
Don't think you have time to make a seafood dinner at home? Think again! This fish recipe is ready in just 20 minutes and loaded with 33 g protein. Serve with the optional wilted spinach for a nutrition boost.
Whip up this all-in-one meal in a matter of mere minutes thanks to the use of small or already-prepped ingredients like baby potatoes that cook in 10 minutes and already cooked shrimp.