Wonton soup is a classic of Chinese take-out which might seem out-of-reach for the home cook. But nothing is further from the truth! In fact, you can have your own homemade Wonton Soup on the table in 35 minutes or less. The broth is rich, bright, and tangy from the soy sauce and ginger. With meaty wontons drinking in the broth, you have a hearty combination that can keep you warm on a cold night!
This simple salmon recipe is a dinnertime trifecta: healthy, filling, and quick. And one more thing: it’s easy to clean up as all the ingredients cook inside aluminum foil (hence the name). Fresh lemon juice and fresh dill brighten up the flavor profile, while butter and garlic give the salmon a comforting richness. Serve the Easy Lemon Salmon in Foil alongside a side salad or wild rice for a well-rounded meal.
Pasta is already one of the best comfort foods in the world. Once you add shrimp and alfredo to the party, it’s a game-changer. Summer Shrimp Alfredo tastes like the warm sunshine on the beach, with delicate and sweet shrimp swimming in a rich, creamy sauce. With olive oil, garlic, and parmesan flavors, the Summer Shrimp Alfredo bounces with joy on the tongue! You’ll be beaming as you eat this!
Lobster rolls scream summer, especially if you’re from New England. Lobster’s mild, sweet, rich flavor is perfect for enjoying by the beach or while sitting in the shade of your porch. The Ultimate Lobster Roll serves the lobster roll “Maine” style, which means the tender chunks of lobster mixed with mayonnaise (“Connecticut” style features butter instead). The mayo adds to the fattiness of the Ultimate Lobster Roll, and the toasted buttered roll adds even more richness and a crunch. Tap into that summer feeling any time of year.
Weeknight dinners shouldn't be stressful; they should be easy... one could even call them Big Easy. Cajun Shrimp Pasta helps take the strain out of whipping up a fantastic meal by being ready in 15 minutes or less! And what a meal it is! The shrimp is sweet and wonderfully accented by the spicy Cajun flavoring, the pasta is creamy and tender, and parmesan cheese always signals a good time! Cajun Shrimp Pasta encourages you to kick back and relax, and you will, from the moment you sit down to the moment your plate is clean.
Crunchy Bang Bang Shrimp has a multitude of uses. You can put it in a taco, on a salad, next to rice, or mixed in with pasta. The fried shrimp is tasty on its own, but when you add the sweet-spicy sauce, it takes the crustaceans to the next level. Even timid seafood eaters will love Bang Bang Shrimp; it’s explosively good twice over!
Crab cakes are such a fun, seasonal dish for warmer weather months! With a crisp golden-brown crust around a tender, mildly sweet crab meat, these Easy Crab Cakes can be an amazing appetizer for your next gathering or with a side salad as the main course. Tangy and spicy, Easy Crab Cakes pack tons of bold flavors and can be made in 30 minutes or less. You can even say it’s an ocean of flavor.
Your seafood dinner needs some jazzing up! Cajun Shrimp has bold bayou spices coating sweet and salty shrimp cooked in rich butter to a lovely pink! This is the kind of shrimp that makes shrimp cocktails envious! Once you serve up Cajun Shrimp with some dirty rice or with sauteed green peppers, you’ll really have the good times rolling!
Some dinners transport you to faraway places. In the delicious case of Coconut Shrimp and Rice, this meal whisks you away to a tropical beach at sunset, the perfect winter retreat. The tropical, creamy flavor of the coconut blends with the natural sweetness of the shrimp, all atop a bed of fresh rice. Sit back, relax, and let the waves of flavor wash over you.
Nothing healthy should taste this good. Caramelized Salmon is beautifully tender and sweet, with a delicious fattiness that makes every bite satisfying. The golden brown and sweet crust brings wonderful crispiness you won’t soon forget. Best of all, you can have Caramelized Salmon and its restaurant-quality tastes on the table in 20 minutes or less.