Welcome back to Recipe Wednesday; another avenue to promote your very best content, this time in the form of your most favorite recipes on your blog. Each Wednesday when you visit HLB you’ll find the theme for the newest recipe round up, and this week featuring mega-delicious seafood recipes from the HLB community!
When it comes to Recipe Wednesdays here at HLB, some weeks our themes read like cookbook chapters, spotlight ingredients or flavors, or simply request the best recipe for a certain situation.
Find an appropriate recipe from your blog archives to fit the theme and add to the collection. Or be inspired to create a new theme-friendly dish worth posting about before next Wednesday. Each week we feature 20 fantastic recipes from our HLB Members [learn how to become a Member here: HLB Membership How-To] giving even more exposure to some of the best content you’ve shared from your own kitchen. Let’s get to it, shall we?
Check out these 20 Mega-Delicious Seafood Recipes from our HLB Members to give your meal plan an extra SPLASH!
Spicy Fish Taco Bowls with Mango Pico from How Sweet Eats // I love that it’s a more delicate leaf because it works perfectly as our salad green. Super crunchy and fresh, but not grossly chewy is that makes sense. Lots of chopped cherry tomatoes. A quick mango pico! It has more tomatoes, mango, onion and cilantro. A little diced red onion. Queso fresco (lots, duh). Cilantro. Avocado. Jalapeno! LIME. Sounds like a dream, right?
Baked Coconut Shrimp from Hello to Fit // I don’t cook as much fish and shellfish as my taste buds would like, but this shrimp recipe kept creeping towards the top of my to-cook list. What could be better than fresh shrimp from Whole Foods Market, shredded coconut, and the magic of panko bread crumbs working together with the heat of the oven? No need to cause a fire hazard from deep-frying in THIS kitchen!
Sweet Chilli Prawns from Fit Body Fifty // One of my main philosophies of healthy living is that food should not only be nourishing and provide what our bodies need to perform at their best, but it should also taste great. I love to cook meals that the whole family can eat, from mostly fresh ingredients.
Pistachio Crusted Salmon with Citrus Gremolata from Sinful Nutrition // Pistachio Crusted Salmon with Citrus Gremolata – An easy and healthy dinner recipe for crispy baked salmon topped with a fresh herb and citrus gremolata sauce.
Tuna Poke Bowl from Sarah Ohm // I’m obsessed with poke… like, totally. I love fish, I love the veggies, I love rice, I love everything in poke. With that being said, poke is god damn expensive. $20 for a bowl?? I don’t think so. So, I’ve started making my own bowls! I absolutely love how I can customize them to whatever I have in my fridge, and it’s so healthy….
Spicy Coconut Seafood Soup from Heather Caplan RD // If you want a creamier texture, alter the coconut cream: water ratio to your liking. If you want more spice, by all means, dump it in! Enjoy.
Baked Cherry Prosciutto Sablefish from Fit Aspire // You have probably heard me talk quite a bit about sablefish over the past few years, because it truly is my favorite fish to eat. The buttery texture is something you don’t expect from a white fish and it absorbs flavor very well, which is why we so often use asian seasonings in the preparation.
Amazing Homemade Shrimp Pizza from Meals and Miles // Publix Italian 5-grain dough + pesto + onions + spinach + sundried tomatoes + goat cheese + shrimp
Coarse Ground Honey Mustard Salmon from I Failed Fran // Some people, myself included, would argue that salmon is one of the best foods you can eat. Salmon is high in protein and rich in Omega-3s. You know Omega-3s, those wonderful little guys that help protect your heart by lowering bad cholesterol while raising good cholesterol, lower triglycerides, and reduce inflammation in the body. Omega-3s are essential fatty acids, meaning our body can’t make them; we have to get them from our diet. Salmon is one of the very best providers of Omega-3s, and getting nutrients from food always trumps getting them from supplements.
Tuna Cakes with Dijon Sauce from Tara Rochford Nutrition // Tuna Cakes with Dijon Sauce are an easy and delicious way to use up a common pantry staple…canned tuna! Great for lunch or dinner fresh or served the next day, Tuna Cakes should be added to your weekly meal rotation!
Miso Honey Butter Glazed Fish Recipe from My Healthy Happier Life // Always a fan of seafood, I requested an Asian seafood dish…Instead of an elaborate dish he created this recipe in just minutes and upon tasting it, we both decided that this marinade and the recipe is one of our new favorite dishes.While he used the glaze on snapper, it could work on almost any fish, especially cod, sea bass or salmon.
Blackened Shrimp Alfredo from Kohler Created // This meal is so easy I almost feel silly posting the recipe. But in case you were looking for an easy meal for the work week, or something special for a date night, this was spectacular, low-fat, and really fresh.
Fantastic Fish Cakes from Apron Strings and Sticky Fingers // A super simple protein-filled recipe with just six ingredients.
Asian Sesame Crusted Salmon from My Fresh Perspective // With a simple marinade and delightfully crispy crust, this Asian Sesame Crusted Salmon is a recipe you’ll want to savor every last perfectly flaky bite of. Pair it with Asian slaw for a complete, paleo, Whole30-friendly meal.
One Pan Baked Cod and Veggies from Ingredients of a Fit Chick // This One-Pan Baked Cod & Veggies recipe comes together in less than 30 minutes. It is full of flavor and completely Whole30 and Paleo approved! It works well for a quick weeknight dinner or an easy Sunday meal prep.
Chili Garlic Shrimp from The Swallow Flies // This is definitely my go-to quick-and-easy meal, as it takes all of five minutes to throw together. I had it more times than I care to count during my Whole30.
Grilled Shrimp and Peaches from Erin Dishes Nutrition // Certain flavors just taste good together. You know – like peanut butter and jelly or hot dogs and mustard or eggs and bacon. But what about when you discover new flavor combinations? Flavors you wouldn’t expect to taste good together but are absolutely delicious!
Easy Homemade Tuna Fish Sticks from Side of Sneakers // These gluten free, dairy free homemade fish sticks are a great alternative to the freezer variety. This fish sticks recipe is fresher, healthier, and fun for kids to make too.
Spicy Salmon Roll Casserole from Eating Chalk // This casserole would be a great way to introduce someone who is afraid of raw fish or chopsticks to some of the predominate flavors in sushi. In general, a crunchy spicy salmon roll can be a pretty gentle introduction. If you can, buy the Krinkle Nori, but otherwise it is fine to take sheets of toasted seaweed and crunch them up by hand.
Spicy Banana and Shrimp Crepe from Dairy Free Betty // Check out this super fresh, fast and delicious recipe from Dole that Jessica shared. Love the unique combo of flavors and textures!
Now it’s time for you to add your delicious seafood dishes to the recipe collection! Find a recipe on your blog that fits this week’s theme of using 5-ingredients or less and leave a comment with a link to your post below. We’ll share any posts you share to our social media schedule next week to help #PromoteYourBlog and share your favorite content.
If you don’t have a recipe to fit this week’s theme on your blog, why not make one and share it this week? Let HLB’s Recipe Wednesday series be a pool of inspiration for your recipe creation and post ideas.
Please limit yourself to 2 recipes per blogger. If you enjoy our weekly roundups, we’d love if you shared about Recipe Wednesdays with your blends and followers! We are so excited to try your mega-delicious seafood recipes this week!