9 Delicious Seafood Recipes to Try

Are you sick and tired of the same old, boring seafood recipes? Are you looking for creative and novel ways to spice up your meals? You don't need to look any further! In this blog post, we'll look at some delicious fish recipes that will please even the pickiest eaters.

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Our compilation of nine delicious seafood recipes will satisfy your appetite and tantalise your palate.

These are the perfect dishes for any occasion; they include snappy shrimp tacos and tasty grilled salmon. So get ready to explore the delicious realm of fish and grab your aprons!

Shrimp Tacos

shrimp tacos

These crispy shrimp tacos are going to enhance Taco Tuesday! Toss in some fresh ingredients like lime, cilantro, and avocado, then coat your shrimp in a seasoned flour mixture and fried until golden brown. The contrast of creamy toppings with crunchy shrimp is a seafood heaven match.

Toppers for Shrimp Tacos

Combine any flavorful toppings you have on hand for quick shrimp tacos. Here are some often used toppings for shrimp tacos:

Crema – To prepare the creamy sauce known as a crema for shrimp tacos, use sour cream or even Greek yogurt. Stir with hot sauce or combine with chipotles in adobo sauce for fiery shrimp tacos.

Cabbage slaw – The most basic technique to make slaw for tacos is to toss shredded cabbage with vinegar or lime juice, salt and pepper. In that it’s not usually made with mayonnaise, it’s not coleslaw. Try combining green and red cabbages, or just one.

Fresh lime juice – Because lime juice well balances spicy tastes, it’s a simple way to add flavor to shrimp tacos and other Mexican meals.

Cilantro leaves – For a crisp and vibrant taste, top fish tacos with fresh cilantro leaves. Should you dislike cilantro, use parsley or omit the herbs completely. Cilantro is used in salsas and various shrimp taco sauces in addition to garnishing Mexican food.

Mango salsa – Made with chopped fresh mango, red onion and a jalapeño-like chile, mango salsa gives shrimp tacos a sweet and fiery edge. Though vinegar can also be used, lime juice adds acidity.

Pickled jalapeños – Add spice and acidity, two key components of Mexican cooking, to shrimp tacos by pickling jalapeños in a vinegar solution.

Guacamole – For a quick topping for shrimp tacos, mix together mashed ripe avocados, sliced onion, tomato, lime juice, diced jalapeño, cilantro, and salt & pepper.

Pico de gallo – For even more flavor, pico de gallo—a chunky salsa made with tomatoes, white onions, and chiles—often incorporates cilantro and lime juice. Either chop everything and combine by hand, or make it in a food processor.

What kind of tortilla works best for shrimp tacos?

Maize tortillas are the traditional choice for shrimp tacos and our preferred pick due to their delicious maize aroma, but it’s entirely up to you. If you prefer toasted flour tortillas, you can create an equally excellent taco.

shrimp tacos

Shrimp Tacos

Course Main Course
Servings 4


  • Peeled and deveined sixteen large shrimp either fresh or frozen
  • One sachet of powdered garlic.
  • ½ teaspoon powdered onion
  • Two tablespoons olive oil
  • One kosher salt teaspoon
  • One black peppercorn
  • Quarter a fresh lime.
  • Shredded red or green head cabbage
  • ½ jalapeño removed of seeds, chopped fine
  • ¾ cup Greek yogurt
  • Sriracha or another hot sauce two tablespoons
  • Four tortillas fajita or taco size


  • Add the shrimp, cumin, garlic, and onion powders, together with 1 tablespoon of olive oil, ½ teaspoon of salt, and ½ teaspoon of black pepper, to a small bowl. Pour over the shrimp the juice from one-quarter of the lime. Stir the shrimp thoroughly into the mixture, then set them aside while you prepare the slaw.
  • Add the chopped jalapeño and one-quarter of the lime juice to the shredded cabbage in a big bowl, along with the remaining salt and pepper. Break down the cabbage by squeezing the mixture with your hands. Make the crema while the slaw sits.
  • In a small dish, stir together the Greek yogurt and Sriracha or your preferred hot sauce. Juice the remaining lime half.
  • To a large skillet set over medium heat, add the last tablespoon of olive oil.
  • Give the shrimp three minutes on each side of sautéing.
  • Warm the tortillas in the microwave between damp paper towels while the shrimp cooks.
  • Take the completely cooked shrimp out of the pan and transfer them to a medium-sized bowl.
  • Spoon four shrimp and a bit of slaw into the middle of each tortilla to assemble the tacos.
  • Spoon the crema over the shrimp and serve.
Keyword seafood, shrimp, tacos

Garlic Butter Lobster Tails

Enjoy these garlic butter lobster tails as part of an opulent dinner. Just split your lobster tails, coat with a mixture of garlic and butter, and broil until done. Feeling like royalty will come from the delicious garlic butter and the rich, indulgent flavors of the lobster.

grilled salmon

Lemon Herb Grilled Salmon

Start the grill and prepare some tasty and healthful lemon herb grilled salmon. With a side of roasted veggies, marinade your salmon in a zesty lemon herb combination, then grill to perfection. You’ll want more as the marinade’s vivid flavors mix with the smokey char from the grill.

Blended Spicy Tuna

poke bowl with raw tuna

Savour a fiery bowl of tuna poke and take yourself to the beaches of Hawaii. Just toss tuna with rice and fresh veggies after marinating it in a fiery soy sauce mixture, then sprinkle with sesame seeds and avocado. You’ll think you’re eating in paradise with this dish’s strong flavors and vivid hues.

Curried Coconut Shrimp

A warm bowl of coconut shrimp curry will help you to warm yourself. Serve shrimp and veggies simmered in a fragrant coconut curry sauce over steamed rice. Perfect for a nice evening in, the dish’s aromatic spices and creamy coconut milk will warm you from the inside out.

Cajun Blackened Catfish

Cajun blackened catfish will give your dinner a little kick. Savory Cajun spice sprinkle your catfish fillets, sear them in a hot skillet, and serve them with creamy coleslaw on the side. You’ll want seconds of the catfish because of its strong tastes and crunchy crust.

fish grilled with teriyaki sauce

Glazed Mahi Mahi Teriyaki

Teriyaki glazed mahi mahi will transport your taste senses to the tropics. Serving your mahi mahi fillets with a side of pineapple salsa, brush them with a sweet and savoury teriyaki sauce and bake until flaky. Sweet teriyaki and tart pineapple together will take you to a bright beach vacation.

Crab-Stuffed Mushrooms

Crab-stuffed mushrooms make a fantastic appetiser or side dish that will wow your guests. Stuff mushroom caps with lump crab meat, cream cheese, and spices; bake until golden brown. A delightful little treat, the earthy mushrooms and creamy crab stuffing.

Lemon caper sauce grilled swordfish

Swordfish grilled with a tart lemon caper sauce will elevate your dinner. Saddle your swordfish steaks with a bright, tangy lemon caper sauce after grilling them till charred and juicy. Tangy sauce and smoky grilled fish are a seafood matching made in heaven.

You must sample these nine delicious seafood dishes! Whether you love seafood or are just looking to switch things up for supper, these recipes will tantalize your taste buds and fill you up. Put on your apron and start cooking; your seafood feast is waiting!

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