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.
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.
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.
Serve these sophisticated lobster sandwiches for alfresco meals and summer celebrations.
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.
A bit of Cajun seasoning gives a spicy kick to this polenta and catfish salad. Tip: Serve this dish in smaller portions with a side of soup for a complete meal.
Your kids are more likely to eat tuna salad when it's served in a hot dog bun, as in this recipe.
Gently fold the salmon into the pasta mixture to retain chunks of the fish. Complete this hearty main dish pasta and salmon salad recipe with whole grain rolls or crackers.
This high-fiber tropical fruit, millet grain, and shrimp salad makes enough for a large group. Make it to share at a potluck or cookout.
Fresh corn adds a nice crunchy element to this superfood salad. Serve leftovers in a whole-wheat wrap for tomorrow's lunch.
Dill is a natural choice to season seafood dishes. For variety, use another herb such as basil, oregano, or thyme for this main dish salad.
This creamy chili-mayonnaise dressed seafood salad is a classic. Here it is served in a bread bowl.
The refreshing orange and fresh herb dressing perks up wine-poached salmon fillets in this low-fat, low-calorie main dish.
This popular Italian appetizer becomes a low-calorie main-dish salad.
A mixture of mayonnaise, Cajun seasoning, lemon juice, and capers provide the dressing for this tuna salad main dish recipe. Prepare from start-to-finish in less than 30 minutes.