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Summer Perfect Grilled Seafood Recipes

by Albertina Roca   |   July 21, 2017   |  

Grilling up seafood, whether you live in the city, the suburbs, or by the sea, is a joyous celebration of summer, reminiscent of clambakes and bonfires on the beach. Track a little bit of that sand into the backyard or onto your deck for your next al fresco dinner party!


Grilled Seafood

This fresh, summery recipe for Grilled Squid, Shrimp and Oysters With Orange Paprika Dressing is a stunning dish that couldn’t be easier to put together. The delicate citrus flavor highlights each ingredient to maximum effect. The grill adds a touch of smoke, cooking them perfectly to maintain their tender bite.The mix of sweet fresh oysters, whole shrimp , and squid is an impressive display. Lay them all out on a board or piece of slate and place in the middle of the picnic table and let people dig in.


Halibut Tacos

Nothing says quite "relaxed summer's night" like grilled fish tacos - Taco in one hand, a cold cerveza in the other, enjoying the breeze and looking up at the stars. What more could you ask for? Our Alaskan Halibut is perfect for tacos. Marinate these mildly sweet fillets in lemon juice, olive oil, salt, and pepper for a few minutes and throw them on a hot grill, 5- 6 minutes for each side. Serve them in corn tortillas with cabbage, crema, jalapenos, salsa, and lots of lime wedges.


Grilled Clams

When it’s hot, the last thing you want to do is slave over a hot stove, stirring boiling sauces. Grilling tender, fresh Littleneck Clams is easy, delicious, and gives you an excuse to be outside.Place the clams on the grill with lemon slices. Once the clams open, about 5 minutes, lay them on a platter with the lemons and pour over melted butter mixed with parsley. This takes all of 10 minutes to prepare, which means there is plenty of time to enjoy the summer night and some good company.


Scallops Grilled

Scallops are mainstays of fancy restaurants. There’s no reason why they can’t be a mainstay on your grill. Our Dry Sea Scallops are sweet and tender, the way a scallop oughta be. When you grill scallops, you grill scallops. Keep them cold and dry, add a little salt and pepper, skewer them and place on the grill bare. You don’t want to hide this amazing flavor. They cook in no time. You can whip up a citrus and chili glaze and add it once they’re off the grill. This could easily be the main dish of a slightly more elevated summer shindig. Scallops never fail to impress - especially our Dry Sea Scallops harvested in New England!


Grilled Salmon

When it comes to high quality ingredients, hot summer nights, and the grill, the simpler, the better. Our True Northern Salmon Flanks are the freshest, most sustainable salmon on the market. You want to celebrate this fish in all its buttery, delicate glory. Simply season the filet with salt and pepper and grill it on a clean grill, about 4 minutes on each side. Add asparagus, zucchini, and eggplant mixed with olive oil on the hot grill to make a vegetable medley that tastes of summer. By letting the fish and vegetable take center stage, your meal is perfect in its simplicity. Another great, simple idea? Salmon Skewers, fresh fish, fresh veggies, fresh fire! See recipe here: Grilled Salmon Skewers.

Grilled Oysters

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