10 Succulent Seafood Recipes

When the weather begins to warm up and spring approaches we become in the mood for seafood. Something about these tasty and juicy recipes from the sea hits different when the sun is shining. Check out these 10 succulent seafood dishes to try this spring.

Classic Lobster Roll: Cooked lobster meat on a brioche hot dog bun, with the works. Can’t go wrong!

Crab Cake Sliders: These sliders are beautifully complimented by creamy Buffalo wing dipping sauce, a math made in seafood heaven.

Grilled Shrimp Po’ Boys: You’ll need 1 lb. of Market 32 16-20 count tail-off peeled and deveined shrimp for these Po’ Boys. Remoulade, tomato, lettuce, and pickle chips on a hoagie roll makes for one harmonious seafood sandwich.

Shrimp & Grits Stuffed Peppers: These seafood-style stuffed peppers are packed with flavor. Shrimp and grits are great our their own, but they are even better in a pepper.

Bouillabaisse: Bouillabaisse is a fish stew that originated from the city of Marseille in France. It’s a seafood lover’s dream as lobster, cod, clams, mussels, and scallops all come together for a gathering of great taste.

Crispy Honey Nut Baked Salmon with Almond-Fennel Salad: Honey nut flavor makes for a perfect topped for this baked Salmon dish. Almond-fennel salad finishes off a mouthwatering combination of flavor.

Grilled Lobster Tail Salad: In the mood for salad? Have it seafood-style. Grilled lobster tail brings the two worlds together.

Tequila-Lime Shrimp Skewers with Grilled Fruit Salsa: These succulent tequila-lime shrimp skewers pair perfectly with a nice grilled fruit salsa. A great recipe for warm weather!

Salmon Burgers with Avocado & Asian Slaw: Salmon burgers are an excellent alternative to beef or turkey burgers. Top them with this yummy avocado & Asian slaw and you’ll be in burger paradise.

Fried-Egg Topped Crab Cakes: Crab cakes are a top tier seafood dish. Elevate them with a fried-egg on top for more flavor.

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