Chewy egg noodles get coated in a delicious sweet and salty sauce, and stirred together with vegetables, meat and seafood.
Fresh herbs and sophisticated flavors make this salmon feel fancy, but the quick prep and cleanup make it easy enough for any weeknight.
Gwyneth Paltrow pairs seared scallops with a warm asparagus and watercress salad.
Even Stone's kids love this dish, so it's a real family-favorite.
Served with a squeeze of lemon and dash of malt vinegar, this is one of Donal Skehan's "absolute favorite dinners."
Drizzle grilled salmon with a tangy tamarind sauce and serve alongside spicy roasted Brussels sprouts.
Alex Guarnaschelli spices up crab dip with a dash of hot sauce and cayenne pepper.
The real beauty of this dish is that salmon, because of its richness and fat content, can stand up well to a strong, nutty sauce
Elevate normal nachos with lump crab meat, a sprinkle of chives and crunchy radishes.
Nashville-style hot chicken sandwiches get a seafood makeover with crispy fried fish fillets.
Make kid-friendly fish sticks with fresh halibut and crispy panko breadcrumbs.
Top fresh tomatoes with feta cheese, basil and fish stick croutons for a unexpected and exciting salad.
Fresh crab and bourbon-spiked bacon take the seafood sandwich from summer into fall.
Keep dinner fast, fresh and easy with fresh zoodles topped with sautéed shrimp in a lemony sauce.
Serve grilled jumbo shrimp with a refreshing parsley salad for an easy summer appetizer.
Give Southern shrimp po'boy sandwiches a spicy kick with Cajun spices and hot mustard.
Upgrade bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwiches with crispy jumbo lump crab cakes and homemade dill aioli.
If the sandwich doesn't drip down your arm with olive oil when you take a bite, it needs more olive oil.
Make luxurious fried oyster sandwiches on buttery brioche buns topped with pickles and lettuce.
This is a perfect beach-side sandwich that's light, fresh and just a little indulgent.
Serve sweet shrimp with caramelized onions and garlicky mayo on crisp French bread rolls.
Give burgers a seafood makeover with shrimp patties and spiced coleslaw.
Give classic shrimp and grits a boost of flavor with briny feta cheese and freshly ground black pepper.
With just a few pantry staples and some leftovers, a fresh shrimp fried rice meal can be on the table in minutes.
Sauté fresh shrimp with sweet onion and bold black pepper for a quick, easy and healthy dinner.
Bake flaky, buttery fish in a foil pouch with ginger, garlic, turmeric and orange peel for an easy and nourishing dinner.
Make Italian-style crispy fish with a lemony potato and tomato salad for a light summer dinner.
Joy Bauer celebrates summer with a flavorful peel-and-eat shrimp boil.
I love the umami rich miso marinade for these grilled salmon tacos. It adds a lot of flavor without overpowering the fish.
Make this 20-minute salmon dish, poached in beer, on the grill or in the oven.
This refreshing salad tastes like summer on a plate.
Serve marinated shrimp over tender soba noodles and crunchy broccolini.
Add savory sautéed shrimp to classic hoagie sandwiches for a fresh seafood twist.
Soy-marinated shrimp and spicy sriracha gives tacos an Asian-inspired transformation.
For an easy, healthy summer dinner, pair sautéed snapper fillets with veggie-filled succotash.
Give classic shrimp and grits a modern makeover with cheesy grits cakes and fresh shrimp in a creamy Creole sauce.
This is one of my favorite ways to prepare salmon because it combines sweet, sour, savory and spicy flavors all in one dish.
Top brown rice bowls with healthy veggies and sweet and spicy salmon fillets.
Glaze fresh salmon with sweet and spicy Thai chili sauce for a fast and flavorful dinner.
Use leftover salmon to make healthy and delicious tacos topped with a sweet apple slaw.
Toss chickpeas with Italian tuna, lemon juice, a few fresh veggies and herbs for an easy, no-cook dish.
Top fresh salmon with a honey-mustard glaze for a quick, healthy and flavorful dinner.