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.
Use a few fresh ingredients and pantry staples to make an amazing seafood dinner.
Keep dinner easy, healthy and full of flavor with lemony miso-broiled salmon with rice and veggies.
Replace heavy cream with heart-healthy olive oil to lighten up indulgent lobster pasta.
Make the most of leftovers with burgers made from leftover salmon filets and mashed potatoes.
Pack healthy salmon bowls with kale, green beans and asparagus for a fast, fresh and healthy dinner.
Serve baked salmon with and easy Asian-inspired glaze for a quick and healthy weeknight dinner.
Boil up a big pot of crawfish to celebrate Mardi Gras just like they do in New Orleans.
These creamy, one-pot mussels use local beer and spicy Peruvian peppers for a bright mix of flavors that come together in just 15 minutes.
This Creole fish dish has bright colors, robust but simple flavors, and is easy for anyone to whip up in just 30 minutes.
Valerie Bertinelli pairs a fresh tomato and avocado salsa with herb-roasted salmon for a healthy, low-carb dinner.
Make simply seared scallops with a buttery white wine and citrus sauce for an effortlessly elegant — and healthy — dinner.
Valerie Bertinelli makes spicy shrimp soup topped with fresh herbs and savory spices.
Make a romantic seafood dinner — thats also easy to prepare — for you Valentine.
Make patty melt sandwiches even better by swapping the usual burger for a delicious homemade crab cake.
Serve warm crab dip with crusty bread slices for a crowd-pleasing snack on game day.
Give stew a tropical makeover with fresh seafood, creamy coconut milk and zesty lime juice.
Bake fresh salmon, broccoli rabe and potatoes in parchment packets for a healthy dinner with an easy cleanup.
Spicy curry and cool herb puree dress up simply roasted salmon for an easy yet impressive main course.
Serve buttery, marinated sea bass with crunchy broccoli for a healthy and flavorful dinner.
One-pan salmon with veggies makes dinner quick and cleaning up easy.
Make dinner healthy, light and flavorful with Valerie Bertinelli's citrusy baked branzino.
Zucchini noodles give garlicky shrimp scampi a light and fresh twist.
Make dinner in minutes with quick broiled shrimp and peppers with easy chimichurri sauce.
Make salmon more exciting with spicy blackening seasonings and juicy pineapple salsa.
Coat salmon fillets with a grainy mustard vinaigrette and buttery leeks for a fresh and healthy dinner.
Simple tomato sauce with slow cooked calamari is an easy and elegant Christmas Eve dinner.