Celebrate Family Meal Month with 8 Great Quick & Easy Seafood Suppers
Meal time is family time. Make any of these quick, 20-minute meals and you’ll spend less time at the stove and more time where it matters – at the table.
If you pick the right brand, jarred tomato sauce is the best weapon in your culinary arsenal. Here, you’ll use it to poach our delicious, delicate Pacific cod. Better still, opt for a jarred arrabbiata or puttanesca sauce and skip a few steps!
This orzo dish makes use of several quick-prep ingredients (orzo, frozen spinach, and pitted olives) to maximize ease without sacrificing flavor.
This elegant, no-cook salad comes together in a single bowl and is straightforward enough to make for a weekday lunch. Smoked salmon replaces traditional anchovies in the dressing to add subtle smoke without the "fishy" flavor.
The only difficult thing about this dish is spelling the name right. While bouillabaisse is technically a stew, a light, tomatoey broth and delicate white fish make it as perfect for a summer afternoon as it is for a cold wintery night.
Rich and buttery sablefish (black cod) gets a head start in a skillet, then it’s topped with panko and finished in a hot oven. Crisp-tender and lightly charred broccolini roasts alongside the sablefish and in under 20 minutes, everything is finished with a refreshing squeeze of lemon.
Good fish shines in the simplest of preparations, so take your time to crisp the skin. And yes, the fish is good enough alone – but a delicious cherry tomato pan sauce never disappoints!
Try this salad for an impromptu summer lunch in the garden or main course meal at dinner. It’s light but hearty, not to mention full of bright flavors and nutrients.
Ten simple ingredients (not including staples like oil, salt, and pepper), easily found at most grocery stores, come together quickly and deliciously to create an island-inspired seafood stew that is greater than the sum of its parts.