Alaska halibut gently poached in coconut milk and spices topped with a bright mango salsa, all over warm jasmine rice - this makes for an out-of-this-world flavorful dish! You can even cook this recipe with frozen halibut for a really quick weeknight meal.
Sautéed Coho salmon seasoned with salt, pepper, and paprika. Plated on top of a creamy spinach and artichoke sauce with crispy sage, lemon juice, cream cheese, and Parmesan. Think spinach artichoke dip but SO much better.
This skillet is filled with lots of zucchini and spinach and coated in a creamy sauce that is extra delicious. The salmon is simply pan seared and topped with basil and red pepper flakes to bring a little herby and a little spicy flavor to the dish. And the bonus? It’s all in one big, easy skillet.
It fills me with so much pride to see our seafood showcased so spectacularly and honored in such an important family and cultural tradition. The Feast of the Seven Fishes is an Italian Christmas Eve tradition of preparing a seven-course seafood meal.
Celebrate Alaskan summer abundance with this simple and colorful recipe. The sweet flavor of blueberries pairs perfectly with the rich taste of wild salmon and thyme. Extra burberry glaze can be stored in the fridge for up to three weeks and be used for an accompanying side salad or added to olive oil for a bread dip.