Eaten cold or at room temperature, seafood salad tosses fresh coastal character into the salad bowl. These easy seafood recipes pair pasta, greens, and fresh produce for seafood salads that make a one-dish meal.See Popular Seafood Salads Recipes
Seafood can be fancy, like grilled lobster tails, or casual, like popcorn shrimp, but we like it best when it's a little bit of both. That's why we're big fans of seafood salads. They showcase all the delicate flavors of seafood, but they're also easy to prepare, easy to enjoy and easy to transport. Think parties, potlucks, and summer picnics. To help you explore this deliciously multi-faceted world of seafood salads, we're giving you some of our very favorite recipes. From a traditional dilled seafood salad to a salad packed with scallops, mussels and asparagus, each of theseread more
This seafood and fruit salad main dish recipe is so simple to toss together and the fresh citrus-ginger dressing is a snap to blend.
Dried cranberries and toasted walnuts give this delectable shrimp and crab salad great flavor and texture. Served in puff pastry shells, this salad is perfect for Mother's Day, baby showers or bridal luncheons.
Tired of the same old tuna salad? Try this version that features hard-cooked eggs, olives and croutons...it's really easy to make and it's uniquely delicious.
Prize-Winning Recipe 2009! Love seafood? Take a few minutes and toss a tasty twist on BLT salad.
"Whenever you go to Spain, you always have beans," says Gerald Hirigoyen. "And squid is everywhere in Basque country, where I grew up, and in California too." Hirigoyen combines earthy black-eyed peas (which are a kind of bean) and quickly boiled squid with red wine vinegar and fresh herbs to create a bright-flavored, satisfying first-course salad.
This is what I call an ideal Caesar salad: Parmesan-packed Caesar dressing clinging to refreshing romaine lettuce, tossed with crunchy garlic-scented croutons, and made into an unforgettable meal with succulent lemon pepper shrimp. Not to mention it's completely guilt-free, with much less fat and fewer calories than the traditional version. If you don't like anchovies, don't let the anchovy paste scare you, it melts into dressing so you don't recognize it; it just gives that classic Caesar taste.
Serve these sophisticated lobster sandwiches for alfresco meals and summer celebrations.
Try this simple crab salad topping on toasted ciabatta or French bread for lunch.
This appetizer gets it start from purchased crab salad, making it a snap to prepare.
Try a Betty Crocker seafood salad recipe.
Try this tuna sandwich recipe from Betty Crocker.
This hearty main dish pasta salad from the sea tastes of cumin, cilantro and the bold flavors of Pace®.
Fennel, kalamata olives, fresh basil, and thyme dress up canned tuna to make this delicious main-dish salad.
This tasty sandwich is full of fresh lobster in a tarragon dressing. If you like, skip the bun and serve the lobster salad on lettuce leaves.