Fish & seafood

Fusilli With Mussels and White Wine Sauce

Mussels are a special ingredient, that we usually see in seafood and fancy Italian restaurants. But if you feel they are a little overpriced there, you can try cooking them at home. Pair them with a simple spaghetti side, and a simple sauce, with white wine, butter, and garlic!

Flatbread Pizza Two Ways

When you have a bit of time on the weekends, it’s always nice to surprise your loved ones with a new recipe. So, why not try these flatbread pizzas, topped with different ingredients. We’ve tried a vegetarian version, with some nice veggies and a bit of mozzarella, and one with salmon, capers, and olives. Both are light and delicious!

Spicy Tuna Poke

Quiz time: this traditional Hawaiian dish has become very popular in recent years. What is it? Well, it’s poke, a dish made with raw fish – usually tuna -, marinated with soy sauce and spices, and joined by veggies on a bed of rice. If you enjoy your food on the hot side, then you’ll just love this variation! The chili quantity is nice, but it doesn’t overpower the contents of the bowl, thanks to the balancing power of the radishes.

Tuna Poke With Noodles and Avocado

Poke is a traditional Hawaiian dish, that’s a rising star in the food world right now. Its main ingredient is raw fish (usually tuna), marinated with soy sauce and spices, with some veggies on the side, and served on a bed of rice. If you want to experiment with this simple equation, replace the rice with noodles. It has a nice texture and a lovely, deep, layer of flavor.

Kimchi and Tuna Poke Bowl

It comes from Hawaii and it’s breezy, fresh, and healthy. It’s the poke bowl or, put simply, some marinated raw fish – usually tuna –, and some veggies sleeping together on a bed of rice. This variation on the recipe brings a certain Korean flavor to the table. The delicious kimchi comes with an intense savory touch. You won’t regret if you try it!

Salmon Poke With Cucumber and Carrot

Poke is a traditional Hawaiian dish, that has become increasingly popular in latest years. Its main ingredient is raw fish (usually tuna), that is marinated with soy sauce and spices, next to a few veggies and served on a bed of rice. But if you want to change the recipe a bit, the delicious salmon is a great substitute for tuna. And, if you’re a fan of wasabi, this recipe shouldn’t be overlooked!

Red Tuna and Avocado Poke

Poke is a traditional Hawaiian dish, that has become increasingly popular lately. Its main ingredient is raw fish (usually tuna), marinated with soy sauce and spices, a few veggies, with everything served on a bed of rice. This recipe has avocado, and a sushi-vibe, thanks to the pickled ginger and seaweed!

Shrimp and Broccoli Spaghetti

They say that love starts in the heart, but passes through the stomach. So what better way to impress your sweetheart than cooking them a memorable dinner? If you’re under the impression that you’re not the best cook in the world, let go of all your worries. We’ve got your back with this simple pasta recipe. It ingeniously mixes shrimp, broccoli, and a few cherry tomatoes, tucked in a creamy sauce. Their lovely taste will surely be a surprise!

Smoked Salmon Mousse

The delicate texture of this moose, smooth and velvet-like, makes it perfect for all kinds of celebrations. The foam is easy to make and it doesn’t require too many ingredients. Just smoked salmon, cream cheese, heavy cream, a touch of lemon juice, oil, and some seasoning. You haven’t heard the best part: it only takes a few minutes to make!

Fried Mackerel and Poached Egg on Toast

Running out of fishy ideas? Here’s a great and visually striking one for mackerel! Just build a delicious tower-type treat. The base is a crunchy piece of toast. Add the tender, tasty fried fillets on it. Top everything off with a golden center poached egg. And for a last splash of visual flourish: some chives on top! This will really whet your appetite!

Seafood and Tomato Sauce Spaghetti

Seafood and pasta go really well together, so you should take advantage of that by making a dish that combines them for maximum flavor! Don’t worry, it’s an easy recipe. You take some squid, baby octopus, and shrimp, add it to the pasta, and presto, you’re done!

Fried Calamari and Baby Octopus Salad

Seafood may seem like an extravagant choice, but you could very well make it a semi-regular meal in your kitchen. Don’t make it too fancy. You can deep-fry the calamari and baby octopus and skip the French fries as a side. Integrate the deep-fried seafood in a salad, with some cucumber, carrot, and zucchini, to remind you of the French fry crunch. Last final touches: some chili and coriander, to make the flavors more diverse.

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