Seafood is a universal favorite; indeed, nothing beats the fresh and delicious taste of salmon with a beautiful side of veggies! Every seafood delicacy affords that unique freshness that seasoned cooks work hard to acquire in every dish. But believe it or not, when it comes to seafood, "less is always more." Here on are easy to do seafood recipes for the rookie cook.
Seafood is broadened over the use of fish and other sea animals like shrimps, scallops, and many others. In this article, you'll find recipes based on these foods, so you are sure to find one you are willing to try.
To prepare this meal, top asparagus with cubes of butter and garlic drizzled with lemon juice and then baked in the oven alongside shrimps drizzled with olive oil and smoked paprika.
This sumptuous meal takes just 30 minutes!
This filling meal is very easy to prepare; it requires new potatoes, broccolini (or asparagus), and steamed salmon. The salmon and broccolini are baked alongside lemon, ginger, and garlic that gives it a refreshing taste.
The sauce makes just the perfect tasty side dish for the new potatoes, which you can cook any way you like!
In a bowl, mix chopped tomatoes, cilantro, and red onion. Smear the crisply cooked tostada shells with mayo, then pour the tomato mixture, cooked shrimp, and avocado slices over it.
This is one of the quickest to cook recipes on this list; it has a record time of just 20 minutes!
Are you looking for a meal befitting of a celebratory mood, and that is yet very easy to whip up? The scallop with the pesto cream sauce recipe is just right for you.
The is dish makes for an aesthetically pleasing sight; for optimum enjoyment, serve the scallops with rice, pasta, or bread.
The go-to fish for this recipe is tilapia. It is pan-fried in jalapeno-infused olive oil and served as tacos with a side of cabbage slaw.
This easy recipe is simply delicious and may be the favorite for fans of pasta. Salmon fillets are poached in lemon juice and chicken bouillon, then topped with butter and capers. Serve the salmon on any cooked pasta of your preference.
This recipe requires ingredients that you probably already have in your pantry: tuna, olive oil, capers, red onions, red pepper flakes, spaghetti, and fish parsley.
The tuna is first prepared and seasoned before it is combined with the cooked spaghetti.
Tuna, cannellini beans, and fresh onions, with a mix of lemon juice, zest, and olive oil sauce. If you love Mediterranean dishes, then this is for you.
This recipe employs the cabbage-wrapping cabbage that experts assure work with any fish. The cabbage not only helps hold the delicious sauce, but it also keeps the halibut delightfully moist.
We saved the last for best. This tuna casserole is easy to prepare and yet affords a vibrant taste. You can't expect less with a list of ingredients like tuna, macaroni, creamy soup, cheese, and fried onions.
You are sure to enjoy this, whether you're eating it alone or with your loved ones.
On a final note, keep it in mind that you can modify any of these recipes by using spices of your choice or switching up your selection of seafood. Also, make sure that you enjoy the process; it yields excellent satisfaction!