Posts Tagged "Seafood"

Whole30 Poke Bowls

Whole30 Poke Bowl

If you love sushi, you will love these Whole30 Poke Bowls! Fresh salmon and tuna over cauliflower rice with a delicious sauce and all the fixins—so perfect! These poke bowls will be your new favorite dinner, whether you’re doing Whole30 or not. These bowls have been a life saver during Whole30! I was worried I was going to end up Read More

Sheet Pan Greek Salmon and Potatoes

Greek Salmon and Potatoes

This Sheet Pan Greek Salmon and Potatoes is perfect for an easy weeknight dinner! This Greek salmon dinner is super flavorful and healthy. Plus, sheet pan dinners make for the easiest clean up! I had some beautiful wild Alaska sockeye salmon delivered to me from Fulton Fish Market that I thought would be perfect for this recipe. Fulton Fish Market Read More

Aquavit Bloody Mary

Aquavit Bloody Mary

This Aquavit Bloody Mary is a fun switch up from your ordinary vodka Bloody Mary! Using aquavit in place of vodka gives this drink a delicious, herbal flavor. Laced with fresh dill and horseradish and topped with cocktail shrimp—what’s not to love? If you’ve never tried using aquavit in your Bloody Mary, you’re in for a real treat! Aquavit (sometimes Read More

Mussels with Cannellini Beans and Tomatoes

Mussels with Tomatoes and Beans

This is an easy and flavorful dish that comes together fast! You can serve these mussels as an appetizer or grab some crusty bread and make a meal of it. This recipe is one of my favorites to make on Christmas Eve for the Feast of the Seven Fishes! We serve it as an appetizer or first course. The Feast Read More

Linguine alla Puttanesca

Linguine Puttanesca

Puttanesca has got to be one of my favorite pasta sauces. It’s full of salty, briny flavors and you probably already have all of the ingredients! This Linguine alla Puttanesca is the ultimate pantry pasta—ready in no time and perfect for any night of the week. In Italian, Linguine alla Puttanesca would roughly translate to “Whore’s linguine”. So there’s that. Read More

Easy Fried Calamari

This restaurant favorite is surprisingly easy to make! Just a few ingredients is all it takes to get crispy, delicious fried calamari at home. Dunk them in your favorite marinara sauce for ultimate deliciousness. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, we are not making enough squid at home, people! I’m not sure why, but it seems like Read More

Shrimp and Pork Belly Fried Rice

shrimp and pork belly fried rice

I don’t want to play favorites because I really love ALL fried rice but, this shrimp and pork belly combo just might be my favorite! You can forget about ordering in because this recipe is quick, easy and really delicious! Make sure to read through this post for tips to make your best fried rice ever. Growing up, my family Read More

Spaghetti with Saffron Roasted Tomatoes and Shrimp

Spaghetti with Saffron Roasted Tomatoes

Seafood and pasta are my two biggest food loves so it’s no wonder that I’m totally obsessed with seafood pastas. This Spaghetti with Saffron Roasted Tomatoes and Shrimp has quickly become one of my favorites! The addition of saffron to this otherwise simple dish makes it feel fancy and indulgent while only taking about 30 minutes to make. Win win! Read More

Cajun Pasta Salad

Cajun Pasta Salad

This recipe is a new favorite of mine! I wanted to play around with Cajun flavors, and because I love pasta so much, I decided to make a Cajun pasta salad. With green peppers and onions, smoky andouille sausage, shrimp, and a zesty dressing—this recipe is packed with flavor! Since this pasta salad can be served hot, at room temperature, Read More

Bucatini with Anchovy Tomato Sauce and Pecorino Breadcrumbs

Bucatini with Anchovy Tomato Sauce

I like to live my life as if the anchovy averse don’t exist. Now, don’t take that to mean that I don’t respect people’s tastes—I do! It’s just that I’ve converted too many anchovy haters (whether intentionally or not) to believe that people really know what they’re talking about when they claim to hate anchovies. Don’t worry, I’m not some Read More