Dinner for two or weeknight supper, seafood pasta is always a welcome choice. From cold seafood pasta salad to hot dishes with cream sauces and wine, these easy recipes for seafood pasta take you out of the dinner doldrums.See Popular Seafood Pasta Recipes
A dramatic and delicious dish that is perfect for a holiday dinner or any other special occasion.
Prize-Winning Recipe 2009! Love seafood? Take a few minutes and toss a tasty twist on BLT salad.
When asked to describe pasta meals, most Americans might say "cheesy," "meaty," and "heary." These descriptions are true of some of our favorite cold-weather pasta dishes (lasagna!), but they overlook a multitude of summery options, like the perfect pairing of fresh seafood and pasta.
Light in calories but not in flavor, the lemon and caper sauce adds zest to this pasta recipe.
For this one-pan dinner, cook chickpeas and shrimp with the pasta. Stir fresh tomato, mint, lemon peel, and feta into the hot spaghetti and serve.
Shrimp, vegetables and flavor-packed pasta coated with a creamy basil and lemon sauce create this one dish dinner.
This 20-minute dinner features salmon served over orzo pasta and topped with a mix of olives, fresh parsley, and lemon peel.
Pad Thai is Thailand's most well known noodle dish, which you'll find on almost all Thai restaurant menus in America. A trip down the Asian-foods aisle in the supermarket should lead you to its traditional ingredients, such as rice noodles and fish sauce.
When crawfish is in season, serve it in this saucy pasta dish recipe. Shrimp makes a good stand-in for the crawfish.
This company dinner can be ready in 20 minutes. Sea scallops are sauteed in butter and finished with a splash of white wine before being tossed with the pasta and walnut and Parmesan pesto.
Pinot Blanc, a.k.a. the poor man's Chardonnay, has a bright acidity that's terrific with dishes like this lush pasta from F&W's Marcia Kiesel. Fabulous U.S. bottlings, like the 2007 Robert Foley Vineyards from Napa and the 2006 Erath from Oregon, cost less than $25 a bottle.
The tomato sauce here--with big pieces of flaked swordfish and slivers of jalapeno--gets nicely absorbed by the penne. And, judge Michael Schlow adds, "There's a good proportion of tomatoes and fish to pasta, and it all comes together so well."
Feel free to use any fresh famers market vegetables in place of the carrots and sweet peppers called for in this shrimp dinner.
Dry sherry flavors the broth, and the crushed red pepper adds a tiny bite to this pasta dish. Added mushrooms and spinach makes this an amazing meal in one.