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Top 10: Superb Seafood Recipes

Top 10: Superb Seafood Recipes

You won’t need to fish for compliments when you serve up this scrumptious selection of fish and seafood recipes.





Crunchy Fish and Creamy Coleslaw Wraps



Fish tacos are all the rage, but we've done one better…we've got a fish taco all wrapped up in a tortilla! Sole is breaded and baked, a quick and tangy cabbage slaw is whipped up and all are wrapped up in a tortilla along with juicy tomatoes and creamy avocado. Tacos have nothing on this scrumptious sole'n'slaw sandwich!



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Sweet Citrus-Spiced Salmon



If you’re a fan of this omega-3 rich fish but prefer when it doesn't taste, well, too salmony, this Sweet Citrus Spiced Salmon recipe is for you. Salmon is marinated in pineapple and lemon juice and then baked with a sweet and spicy topping, leaving every bite the perfect blend of flavorful (but mellow) fish!



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Honey-Baked Coconut Shrimp



We've always loved coconut shrimp, but never loved the deep fried effect - greasy fingers and stomach aches - that ensued. Now, thanks to this recipe, we can now enjoy these delicious delights, guilt free! Coated in a coconut crust, juicy shrimp are baked until golden brown and dipped in a sweet apricot sauce.



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Shrimp Rice Paper Rolls



We're all about fresh summer rolls. Forget the deep frying and opt for these refreshingly delicious, healthy and impressive Shrimp Rice Paper Rolls. Easy to make, Vietnamese rice paper is filled with a zesty shrimp salad, creamy avocado, crunchy vegetables and served with a wasabi dipping sauce. Don't favor shrimp? The possibilities for fillings are endless, everything from chicken and tofu to mango and cilantro.



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Jerk Cod with Pineapple Salsa and Coconut Rice



Time for some visualization - hear the crashing surf, watch as the waves roll in, feel the sun warming you from your nose to your toes. What's missing? The taste of the tropics. You can head to Jamaica without leaving home with this tropical trio. One bite of our Jerk-marinated cod, zesty pineapple salsa and creamy coconut rice and you'll instantly be transported to the hot sand, sun and surf.



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Baked Lemon Cod with Orange Jicama Salad



Think the only way to get your family to eat fish is to serve up the frozen sticks? Think again, especially considering this delicious, elegant and utterly simple Baked Lemon Cod with Orange Jicama Salad. Not only does this mild white fish take on a zesty lemon flavor, but it's also paired with a refreshing and crunchy orange jicama salad.



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Crunchy Dill-Crusted Salmon



Being rhythmically challenged (Lisa does the cadaver dance while I'm prone to whip out the Elaine Benes "little kicks"), we shudder at anything involving the phrase "two-step." That is, until now. Elegant and easy, this two-step crusted salmon, the ideal pairing of fish and dill, makes it effortless to keep perfect tempo.



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Fish Tacos with Chipotle Lime Dressing



How can you hold a whole meal in your hand? Simple, with these Primo Fish Tacos. Not only is tender cod marinated in spice and zesty lime, but it's also baked to juicy perfection and folded in a tender tortilla with a spicy chipotle lime dressing and crunchy cabbage.


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Walnut-Crusted Halibut



How do you turn a mild fish like halibut into a masterpiece? This Walnut-Crusted Halibut does all the work for you, with the fish transformed, topped with a zesty Parmesan and walnut crust and served with a lemon, shallot and white wine sauce.


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Grilled Swordfish with Olive Relish



Open secret. Free gift. Tight slacks. All oxymorons. If you’d add “meaty fish” to the list, think again. Mild and firm swordfish is both hearty and filling. Why else would it be sold as “steaks”? Move aside, beef. Straight off the grill, topped with an aromatic, bold relish of olives and capers – this swordfish is terribly good.


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BONUS!

Sesame Roasted Salmon with Wasabi Dip



Socks on, socks off. Socks on, socks off. Sensei Lisa said this Asian-inspired Sesame Roasted Salmon would knock my socks off and straight into next week. The sage master wasn't wrong. Marinated in a soy-citrus mixture and topped with nutty-flavored sesame seeds, the salmon is roasted to golden-crusted tender perfection. She wowed me even more with the addition of her spicy wasabi dip, but, can she, like Julie-san, karate chop the cap off a beer bottle while blindfolded and standing on one foot? I think not.


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