Baked Salt & Vinegar Fish & Chips with Tartar Sauce
To say I love fish & chips is an understatement. I love the flaky fish, the crunch of the crust, the salty starchy chips, and all the accompaniments - malt vinegar, fresh lemon, and tartar sauce. So coating the fresh cod in crushed salt and vinegar chips just made sense to me - skip the malt vinegar and just bake that extra flavor right in! I used crushed kettle chips for an extra crunch and the use of mayonnaise helps the chips stick to the cod but also doubles to keep the cod moist and flaky. The homemade tartar sauce is the perfect sauce for the fish and the homemade baked chips! Such an easy dinner the whole family will love!
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Grilled Scallop Crostini with Bacon Jam
Oh my goodness, these are so good! When I made these for friends, they were gone in minutes - I highly recommend doubling the recipe! The bacon jam is cooked low and slow, but can be made days in advance. I served the bacon jam on a soft, fresh baked baguette, then I topped it with a grilled sea scallop. The flavor combo is absolutely wonderful and this recipe is perfect for all your summer barbecue appetizer needs!
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Grilled Yellowfin Tuna Melt with Wasabi Mayonnaise
This recipe is such a fun play on a classic tuna melt! I love the fresh element of the seared yellowfin tuna instead of using canned tuna. Combine the freshness of the yellowfin tuna with the bright kick of wasabi mayo, creamy sliced avocado, melty cheddar cheese, and smoked Gruyere...and what you have is one heck of a delicious sandwich! I enjoyed this melt on the back patio with a cold beer and some homemade chips. Such a perfect summer sandwich!
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Salmon Burgers with Tangy Parsley Tartar Sauce
This recipe is a fan favorite on MeghanItUp and I'm so excited to recreate it using City Pier Seafood Atlantic Salmon. I started by broiling the salmon and then mixed it with Whole30 approved ingredients to create moist, flavorful patties that are lightly fried in oil. To serve, I made a tangy parsley tartar sauce for dipping. Such a simple, healthy, and flavorful dish that you'll be making all summer long!
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Shrimp, Grapefruit, & Pistachio Ceviche
This dish is inspired by a trip I took to Copenhagen in 2017. At a local restaurant I ordered ceviche and what came to the table was different than any ceviche I've ever had - and I LOVED it! I've spent the last few years trying to recreate it and now I'm sharing it here with you! I start by "cooking" the shrimp in a fresh grapefruit juice mixture for 2 hours. The acidity in the grapefruit breaks down the proteins in the shrimp making the shrimp become firm and opaque. Before serving, I added in fresh onion, cilantro, chilies, and pistachios! This dish is so flavorful and refreshing. A perfect no heat snack, lunch, or dinner you'll enjoy all summer long!
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