Ending the Summer with Seafood
Cool weather is approaching, and what could be more pleasant than ending the summer with seafood favorites? With its rich, satisfying flavor and meaty texture, lobster is perfect for outdoor fun and summer side dishes. Pasta and seafood dishes are also sure to please. All the fresh seafood you need can be found at City Fish Market. It’s the place to start anytime you plan to cook delicious recipes featuring live Maine lobster, crab meat, tuna, salmon, and your other seafood favorites. Consider ending your summer with seafood recipes, such as those that follow.
Crab Salad with Popped Quinoa and Tarragon Dressing
A summery salad is a flawless palate-pleasing plan for ending the summer with seafood. Crab Salad with Popped Quinoa and Tarragon Dressing stars lump crab meat. Popped aka puffed quinoa has a subtle nutty flavor and an airy, crispy texture. It replaces breadcrumbs or croutons in the summer seafood salad recipe.
The recipe comes with tips, such as marinating the cherry tomatoes in olive oil and salt before tossing them into the salad. Other helpful info includes how to choose an avocado. Hint: Look for firm avocadoes that slightly “give” when you squeeze them gently in your hand. Tarragon has a hint of a licorice flavor, which is a great complement to crab and other types of seafood. Fresh tarragon is more richly aromatic, but dried tarragon will also work for this recipe. The chives pair with tarragon to perfection in the creamy dressing. More mouthwatering recipes follow.
Summer Lobster and Corn Rigatoni
You likely cannot end the summer with seafood any better than if you prepare this Summer Lobster and Corn Rigatoni recipe. Tender lobster meat is fabulous anytime but try it with sweet New Jersey corn and tomatoes for an extra special treat. Combine these delectable ingredients with al dente rigatoni coated in a light cheddar cream sauce. Top it all off with fresh chopped basil.
Celebrate summer with seafood perfectly suited for the season. Niçoise Toast is eye-pleasing cuisine that is best enjoyed when you shop for high-quality tuna at your favorite fish market. This recipe combines a balance of flavor combinations and then serves it on the crunchiness of toasted sourdough bread.
With this Salmon Kushiyaki recipe, you will marinate salmon in a sake, miso, and mirin mixture. Earthy shitake mushrooms are among the ingredients, as well as popular Japanese seasonings furikake or shichimi togarashi. Break out the grill to prepare this skewered-salmon delight.
Visit City Fish Market to End the Summer with Seafood
Make plans for ending the summer with seafood by shopping at City Fish Market, 884 Silas Deane Hwy in Wethersfield, CT. When you visit our retail counters, you will see the difference real freshness makes. We’ve been perfecting the art of keeping seafood as fresh as possible since 1930. We offer more recipes on our website. In-store, you can choose from a huge selection of fresh seafood, including lobster, tuna, crab, and salmon.