Tastes of the Season: Grilling Seafood
Jul 25th, 2016
Lighten up summer dining with grilled seafood! Give nutrient-dense seafood fire-grilled flavor this summer. From scallops to salmon and ahi tuna, discover new ways to prepare your favorite seafood varieties on the grill this summer. Pair with grilled or roasted vegetables for a light, healthy summer entrée. Choose your favorite type of fish below, and try a new recipe to transform it with grilling this season.
These simple Lemon Rosemary Scallops are ready in under 30 minutes. Made with scallops, olive oil, lemon and rosemary, these easy skewers are the perfect way to prepare scallops this summer. Soak skewers in water before assembling to ensure they hold up under the heat of the grill. Try serving these with a green salad or roasted vegetables for a light, refreshing main dish, or serve as an appetizer at your next summer dinner party. This refreshing recipe pairs well with homemade lemonade, white wines and roasted asparagus or Brussels sprouts.
Transform salmon in just 25 minutes by grilling it on cedar planks! This Cedar Plank Salmon recipe features salmon grilled on cedar planks with lime, brown sugar and cumin for incredible flavor. Simply soak the cedar planks for an hour or two before cooking for the perfect grilled salmon. This recipe pairs well with a refreshing green summer salad or roasted asparagus.
Add flavor and a hint of spice to fish tacos this summer with these Grilled Chipotle Fish Tacos! Made with a simple, homemade chipotle marinade, these tacos are a new take on classic fish tacos. Ready in under 30 minutes, these flavorful tacos are perfect for your next summer fiesta! Serve with a taco topping bar complete with cabbage, pickled jalapeño, lime and sour cream. Finish by pairing with tortilla chips, guacamole and your favorite salsas.
Use coconut milk, garlic, sriracha and ginger to transform ahi tuna steaks this summer! This Sriracha Lime Ahi Tuna recipe is a delicious way to grill ahi tuna this season. Ready in about 30 minutes, this main dish is a great way to mix up the menu at your next barbecue with a new type of steak.
For more summer grilling inspiration, visit our Grilling Pinterest board!