Serve up sustainable seafood at home! Try these tasty and Shedd-approved seafood recipes.
This Kendall College feature recipe for Arctic char ceviche is a perfect way to transition from summer to fall with some delicious sustainable seafood. Created by culinary students from Kendall College, the recipe pairs farmed arctic char with green apples and ginger for a crisp and refreshing snack. Arctic char is a sustainable farmed fish that is available year-round and similar in flavor to salmon.
Albacore tuna and soba noodle salad
Asian-style fish and chips
Chili Smoked Rainbow Trout Nachos
Clams with Spanish chorizo in saffron-wine broth
Creamy farmed bay scallop chowder
Crispy cod tacos
Farmed mussels in spicy vodka sauce
Fire-roasted red pepper soup with Dungeness crab
Grilled Alaska salmon with grapefruit and avocado salsa
Grilled arctic char with eggplant and tomato
Grilled mahi mahi with pineapple salsa
Lake whitefish "en papillote" with lemon and fresh herbs
Oregon pink shrimp crostini
Pan fried rainbow trout
Pan-seared halibut with mushrooms and pea shoots
Pecan-crusted catfish with cranberry-apple quinoa
Rainbow trout with orange-saffron sauce and wilted spinach
Smoked trout arancini
Striped bass with roasted tomatoes and olive tapenade
Wild Alaska pink salmon cakes with spring green salad
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