Italian seafood specialities span soups, pasta, and salads. Consider "other fish" for dinner with these easy recipes for Italian seafood. They combine shellfish and white fish with classic Italian ingredients like tomatoes, olives, and artichokes.See Popular Italian Seafood Recipes
I drizzle on a bit of extra-virgin olive oil to finish this pasta.
A lively lemon, caper, and wine sauce sparks the flavor of the salmon and pasta in this quick dinner recipe.
If you can't find proscuitto, bacon or pancetta would also add a nice salty, meaty element to these shrimp packets.
A hint of wine complements clams and mushrooms in this silky sauce. Spinach pasta gives a colorful presentation but plain pasta tastes just as good.
Purchased pesto makes this salmon recipe come together fast--just 20 minutes start to finish.
Superfine angel hair and delicate scallops are coated with a light lemon, white wine and caper sauce.
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According to legend, this seafood soup originated in San Francisco, the creation of Italian-immigrant fisherman who were as skilled with a soup kettle as they were with a net.
This fish and shrimp stew is often served over crostini or toast. With less than 200 calories per serving, it makes a great diet lunch or light dinner.
San Francisco's Italian immigrants developed this stew to use the abundant local seafood. We've opted for farm-raised tilapia and scallops, but feel free to experiment with whatever is fresh.
Add pizzazz to the dinner table with this low-calorie Italian favorite. Tilapia fillets are covered with a chunky topping of kalamata olives, diced tomatoes, and red onion.
Inspired by the Italian dish spaghetti al tonno e pomodoro, this quick and healthy pasta became a staff favorite at EatingWell. If you keep canned tuna and whole-wheat pasta on hand, you'll do what we did: return to this quick meal again and again.
A creamy blend of clams, shrimp, tomatoes, fennel, and white wine make up this low-fat main-dish risotto.
As any Italian cook knows, garlic, butter, shrimp, and pasta were made for each other. But using grilled shrimp and roasting the garlic on the grill make the best even better.