Who said cooking seafood had to be hard? Or too expensive? Keep reading to find recipes to debunk those misconceptions! Celebrity chef Andrew Zimmern has partnered with Hy-Vee for an all-new series, Seafood Without the Catch, to prove cooking seafood can be just as easy to prepare as it is to enjoy. Plus, he's sharing delicious side dishes to pair with his beginner-friendly seafood meals.
All seafood sold at Hy-Vee is responsibly sourced, meaning it's rated as a "Best Choice" or "Good Alternative" by the Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch program or is certified to an environmental standard benchmarked to these ratings. Look for seafood bearing the Responsible Choice logo for a choice you can feel good about.
Broiled Salmon with Blue Cheese and Lemon
Bright citrus notes and bold blue cheese flavor are ideal complements to this moist and flaky fish.
Tomato Orzo Pilaf
This quick and easy one-pan side dish pairs perfectly with Andrew's Broiled Salmon with Blue Cheese and Lemon.
Crispy Fried Tilapia
Swap your crispy chicken with Crispy Fried Tilapia! This simple fish recipe is perfectly crispy on the outside and tender and flaky on the inside.
Crispy Twice-Fried Potatoes
Homemade double-fried steak fries are simply delicious and so easy to make.
Enjoy a tangy twist on a classic remoulade sauce flavored with mustard, horseradish, vinegar, chili sauce and green onions.
Broiled Miso Cod with Sauteed Sesame Spinach
White miso is a light-colored, sweet bean paste that’s a Japanese culinary mainstay. It provides million dollar flavor for this flaky cod. Plan ahead, as it marinates for one to two days.
Pan-Fried Tilapia with White Wine Sauce
This decadent dinner for two features dressed-up tilapia in a bright lemony wine sauce. It's perfect for a date night at home.
Get ready for an explosion of flavor with this simple side dish. It’s comes together in just 10 minutes and pairs well with a variety of meats and seafood.
Seared Scallops with Peas and Prosciutto
Sweet, buttery golden scallops sit atop a Parmesan-pea mash in this delicious and colorful dish. It's like eating at a fine restaurant (without the high prices).
Grilled Tuna with Yakitori Sauce
This five-ingredient yakitori sauce is the perfect Japanese seasoning to have in your repertoire. While it’s traditionally used on grilled chicken kabobs, you can use it at home for various Asian-style creations!
Swordfish Piccata with Lemon and Capers
Piccata is an easy Italian dish that comes together in about 30 minutes. Fresh lemon, capers and shallot combine to add delicious flavor to the pan-seared swordfish.
Mashed Sweet Potatoes
Baked sweet potatoes are mashed together with butter, brown sugar and sea salt for a delicious side dish the whole family will love.
Weekday Shrimp Stir-Fry
It takes less than 30 minutes to prepare this Weekday Shrimp Stir-Fry that's loaded with fresh veggies.
Classic Cajun Seafood Boil
Petite golden potatoes, fresh corn on the cob, chunks of andouille sausage and an array of Fish Market seafood are all simmered in a generously seasoned Louisiana-style broth for this one-pot favorite.
Garlic Butter Dipping Sauce
Add some extra buttery fun to your Classic Cajun Seafood Boil with a homemade Garlic Butter Dipping Sauce.
Crab Fried Rice
This recipe is better than any Crab Fried Rice from your local take-out restaurant. Plus, it’s a quick way to use leftover cooked rice and customize with your favorite vegetables.
You’ll love this classic shrimp cocktail featuring tender shrimp poached in a flavorful broth.
A combination of pungent horseradish and sweet chili sauce make up this classic cocktail sauce. Drizzle on your Shrimp Cocktail or use it as a dipper.
Although catfish can be prepared in various ways, frying it in a light, seasoned coating is the most traditional method.
Homemade Tartar Sauce
Loaded with herbs and just the right amount of briny tang from minced capers, sweet pickles and fresh lemon juice, this tartar sauce is a classic pairing for seafood dishes such as Fried Catfish and crab cakes.
Chopped Hot-and-Sweet Coleslaw
This deliciously creamy coleslaw is the perfect side dish for your barbecue, picnic or summer potluck! A hint of heat comes from the honey-cayenne apple cider vinegar.
Classic Moules Mariniere
For this traditional French dish, fresh mussels are steamed in a buttery wine broth that’s flavored with shallots and garlic. Serve over cooked pasta to soak up every drop of the aromatic cooking sauce.
Salmon Eggs Benedict
Sautéed spinach, succulent cooked salmon, poached eggs and homemade No-Fail Hollandaise top off toasted English muffins in this elegant twist on a classic breakfast entrée.
This homemade No-Fail Hollandaise is a staple for Salmon Eggs Benedict. It's also delicious when served over asparagus, broccoli, eggs, seafood or poultry