Dive into our collection of delicious, decadent, and healthy seafood dishes. From rich salmon, to hearty chowder, to flaky white fish, this list has something to satisfy all palates, whether you’re a pescatarian or a seafood skeptic. 

1) Tuna Steaks with Caper Herb Sauce

Tuna Steaks with Caper Herb Sauce

​​Rich and hearty tuna steaks are punched up with a herbaceous and briny caper herb sauce in this simple and delicious meal. Preheating the pan speeds up the process of cooking the underside of the tuna. 

2) New England Clam Chowder

There’s nothing more comforting than a steaming hot cup of creamy clam chowder. In this dish, briny clams, tender potatoes, and savory bacon are slow cooked in a rich cream sauce and then showered with fresh herbs just before serving. 

3) Hoisin Salmon with Bok Choy

For an easy and delicious dinner that comes together easily, try our recipe for hoisin salmon with bok choy. Juicy, rich salmon filets are topped with hoisin sauce for a sweet and salty finish. It’s served alongside tender bok choy and fluffy white rice for a healthy and satisfying meal.

4) Lowcountry Boil

This recipe, also known as Frogmore or Beaufort Stew, hails from the South Carolina Lowcountry and the Georgia coast. This recipe is great for eating outside not only for the ambience, but also because this dish is a bit messy to eat. You’re going to want to get in there with your hands, so grab a roll of paper towels and roll up your sleeves and settle in with this delicious dinner. 

5) Portuguese Sardines with Baby Potatoes

Portuguese Sardines with Baby Potatoes

Fresh grilled sardines are a treat, and found throughout restaurants in Portugal. Their diminutive size makes them perfect for cooking whole in Suvie. We serve our sardines with simple boiled potatoes, thinly sliced red onion, and lots of olive oil and red wine vinegar. 

6) Spicy Cod with Chorizo and Beans

Spicy Cod with Chorizo and Beans

This recipe brings together some of our favorite ingredients into one multifaceted meal. Spicy chorizo, loaded with savory, piquant flavor, is broiled with onions to serve as the base for the stew. Then tomatoes and clam juice are added. Fire roasted tomatoes contribute to the smoky notes of the chorizo and the clam juice doubles down on the briny flavors of the cod. 

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