For savory red meat alternatives, try these recipes using fish, shrimp, crab, or all of the above!
To serve a healthy meal for your family, why not try baking instead of frying with these fish tacos?
Succulent shrimp and spicy andouille sausage team up with sweet onion, tomatoes, and okra for a delicious dish that tastes like gumbo but doesn't take hours to cook.
Four simple but flavorful ingredients bring out the best in shrimp, and all in a matter of minutes. Serve the skewers with grilled asparagus and orzo for a light, fresh, healthful Italian meal.
Oven-fried fish & chips is a quick, no mess way to get a great family meal on the table in minutes.
A quick and healthy variation of an American favorite.
This easy Pad Thai recipe brings the savory flavors of Southeast Asia home to even the busiest American homes.
Baby carrots and sugar snap peas give this simplified primavera plenty of kid appeal, but if your family prefers other fresh vegetables, such as asparagus, green beans, or zucchini, they'll work well too.
Penne with a basic Alfredo sauce for the kids can be easily dressed up with smoked trout or salmon for the grown-ups, resulting in a savory blend sophisticated enough to serve to company.
Instead of being deep-fried, these flaky, golden fish filets are coated with crackers and panfried in a small amount of canola oil.
This simple skewer recipe is perfect for shrimp lovers!
This family favorite requires a two-step process, but it goes fast. First you grill the vegetables and shrimp, and then you use them to prepare the quesadillas and a quick batch of salsa.
Water chestnuts provide a crunchy contrast to the shrimp's delicate texture and flavor in these Asian dumplings.
Paige Travis C. credits her two grandmothers for inspiring these zesty fried cakes, which serve as a warm-up to the family Thanksgiving.
This superb salmon recipe is simply sensational.
The surprise nestled inside these lemon-dill fish packets is a pair of shrimp.
Satisfying, cheesy dips steal the show at any holiday gathering, and they're well-suited for teaching young cooks the basics of sauce-making and presentation.
Simple and fun to make, these fish sticks are bound to become one of your family's favorite quick dinners. We used fillet of sole, but grouper and cod also work well.
This light pasta recipe is perfect as a side dish, but the addition of chicken or shrimp makes it a wonderful entrée.
There's something about crab cakes that appeals to kids and adults alike, even those who aren't ordinarily seafood fans. For starters, the golden patties look more like burgers than fish. Plus, their mild, lightly fried flavor is downright delicious.
These festive appetizers are loaded with crabmeat and made crispier by using Japanese panko bread crumbs, which resist sogginess because they don't absorb oil as readily as regular bread crumbs.
This lunchtime fleet turns tuna salad into a treat that's sure to reel kids in.
This savory appetizer comes to us from Deborah C. of Federal Way, Washington. Made with both fresh and smoked salmon, it's a natural match for the Pacific Northwest.
In this fun twist on fish and chips, sweet, flaky cod gets a salt-and-vinegar potato-chip crust.
Fish Tacos with Peach Salsa
Italian Shrimp & Rosemary Spiedini
Oven-Fried Fish & Chips
Fresh Salmon Burgers
Shrimp & Chicken Pad Thai
Pasta Primavera with Shrimp
Penne Alfredo with Smoked Trout
Shrimp on a Stick
Shrimp Quesadillas with Grill-Your-Own Salsa
Grits Cakes with Shrimp and Jalapeño Jelly
Warm Crab Dip
Lemon Angel Hair Recipe
Tasty Crab Cakes
Mini Crab Cakes
Cold Salmon Spread
Potato-Chip Fish with Tangy Tartar Sauce