Cold-Weather Comfort: The Best Seafood Recipes
A normal human response to cold weather is to crave comforting, warming foods. We suggest you try the best hearty seafood recipes before you imagine eating something with a gloriously high-calorie count. Hearty seafood dishes in winter are more satisfying than any other kind. Why? Because you’ll be fulfilled by the knowledge that you are biting into a delicious lean protein with many healthy benefits. City Fish Market is ready to provide you with the freshest seafood to be found in wintertime and, well, anytime.
Pair our astoundingly fresh seafood with the hearty seafood recipes below. If you do, “craving comfort food” won’t likely result in, for example, a potentially shocking effect on your hip area.
Baking Up Comfort
When the temperatures outside are too cold for comfort, it’s time to visit the retail counter at City Fish Market. Then, go home and get out the baking pan. Among the best hearty seafood recipes, many that will make your mouth water are prepared in the oven.
This recipe for Panko- & Parmesan-Crusted Baked Scallops is a great start because, if you have a big appetite, it could qualify as an appetizer. The words to describe the recipe include delightful, tender, crusty, sauce, and lemon-butter tasty. This baked scallops recipe also qualifies as “quick comfort” because it cooks up in 20 minutes.
What food speaks comfort like lasagna? Practically none that we know of! Between lasagna noodles, you will place a combination of shrimp, sole, and salmon. Beforehand, they are peeled, deveined, chopped, and skinned, respectively. That is if you cook this beautiful recipe called Lasagna di Pesce (Seafood Lasagna).
Comfort in a Soup Spoon
The pièce de résistance of comfort foods may not be lasagna because what says “cozy” on a cold day more than a warm and hearty soup? You’ve got plenty of choices in soups as far as the best hearty seafood recipes go. Whose mouth doesn’t water, for example, over the ingredients in Italian fish stew? An Italian-American dish called cioppino, or “Fisherman’s Stew,” was the inspiration behind this tomato-based Shrimp and Fish Stew recipe. Besides the shrimp, the recommended fish to use is cod. Possible alternatives that will produce results just as scrumptious are sea bass, mahi mahi, and halibut.
Southeast Asian-Inspired Salmon Soup may be the best one for those who are hesitant about seafood as comfort food. Without overpowering this delicately flavored salmon soup, a touch of hot sesame oil and chile-garlic sauce add heat to the dish. Bean thread noodles add to the eye appeal and cilantro leaves are among the convincers for discerning appetites.
Shop City Fish Market Before Cooking Hearty Seafood Recipes
Before cooking up cold-weather comfort, run, don’t walk, from your car into City Fish Market because it’s cold outside! Whichever of the best hearty seafood recipes you try, City Fish Market will provide the very best fresh seafood ingredients. We’ve been doing it since the 1930s. Like, everybody knows. Visit us at 884 Silas Deane Hwy in Wethersfield, CT. Call us at 860-522-3129 or fill out our online form today if you need delivery.