Seafood can be mild and light or rich and fatty, and figuring out how to best season and cook it means understanding the structure of the seafood in question. As a general guideline, mild white fish varieties often want herbal seasonings and gentle cooking methods, while heartier types of seafood stand up to bold pepper flavors and richer spices, though there are cultural influences that change those rules. We’ve compiled our favorite herbs and spices that go with fish to help you make these recipes. We also have a wide array of seafood-friendly seasonings blends that are ready to go to make tackling a new recipe even easier.

Gullah Crab Fried Rice
Gullah cooking, which originated in the swampy lowlands and barrier islands of North and South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, is nearly synonymous with rice and seafood.
Grilled Snapper Sandwich with Criolla Sella Remoulade
When looking to make an unforgettable fish sandwich, we recommend pulling these things together. Get your grill, some ripe tomatoes and sweet onions, and a firm filet of mild red snapper.
Gravlax with Dill Pollen
Gravlax, a type of cured salmon traditionally flavored with abundant amounts of dill, is a Scandinavian recipe that dates back to 14th-century Sweden.
Malagueta Crab Cocktail
When you want a spicy and refreshing appetizer, look no further than our Malagueta Pepper and Crab Cocktail. This brisk, crunchy crab cocktail puts Brazil’s beloved Malagueta Chile to work.
Orecchiette with Clams and Calabrian Chiles
Calabrian Chiles are beautiful peppers. They are spicy without being overwhelming, with deep flavor that echoes to Calabria’s dense clay soil, salty sea air, and abundant Mediterranean sun.
Citrus Ginger Stir Fry Linguine
This was a dish we thought up to help showcase our Citrus Ginger Stir Fry Blend.
Surf and Turf
“Surf and Turf” is a concept that has only been around for a few decades, something that might seem surprising as it feels as if it is synonymous with Titanic-era luxury.
Grilled Tangerine Hibiscus Mahi Mahi Tacos with Chile-lime Mango Slaw
Though the weather outside is getting dreamier and it’s getting more and more exciting to find different recipes to throw on the grill, it can come with some tinge of guilt if you try and shop and
Grilled Salmon Tacos with a Fiery Chile Pesto
When thinking about Mexican cuisine, it’s likely that “tacos” are the first food to pop to your mind. Simple and delicious, tacos are extremely personal but equally recognizable.
Spicy Coconut Shrimp
Why do people feel so strongly about shrimp? Why do pro-shrimp feel so defensive about their love, and anti-shellfish people feel so strongly about fishing them out of every dish?
Spaghetti alle Vongole
Ah, Italy. It's a beautiful country, with a vibrant culinary history that has enduring appeal.
Low Country Boil
The Low Country Boil is a food tradition started in the southeastern United States that brings groups of people together for a good time, much like a New England clambake.
Shrimp Pad Thai
Pad Thai is quite popular in Thailand, where it is considered a street food.
Salmon Yakitori
Yakitori is a popular Japanese street food usually made with chicken. We decided to give this traditional food an update with a new ingredient- salmon.
Red Miso Shrimp Bisque
Red Miso is one of four popular miso variations available in Japan.
Paella Risotto with Sauteed Scallops
It is less common knowledge that there are two different types of sizes for scallops and with those sizes come corresponding names. The bay scallop and the sea scallop are the two scallop types.
Honey Sesame Shrimp
The tails were left on these shrimp for this recipe, but if you prefer them tailless, they don’t need to swim anymore so you can remove them.
Crispy Fish Tacos
If you are in the mood for tacos but not in the mood to eat a bunch of fat-laden taco roll ups from a fast food place, why not make them at home?
One Pan Lemon Parmesan Fish and Asparagus
The of the best parts about this recipe was the Parmesan cheese, which is a favorite of Jeff’s.
Spanish Shrimp Tapas
If you visit Spain, you will discover quickly that there is a great love of seafood present in both the culture and the cuisine.
Instant Pot Coconut Fish Curry
Our Coconut Fish Curry recipe comes from the Instant Pot recipe book. It calls for 1.5 pounds of white fish like haddock, cod, or tilapia. We used cod.
Bristol Bay Grilled Salmon
Wild caught, Alaskan sockeye salmon is one of our favorite proteins for the grill.
Smoky Oaxacan Shrimp and Grits
The Pasilla de Oaxaca is a gorgeous chile pepper, smoky and rich and almost meaty in both taste and texture.
Freekeh Breakfast Bowl
Freekeh is a grain that works well in both savory and sweet dishes. Use it anywhere you'd use whole grains like barley, bulgur, farro, rice, quinoa or wheat berries.
Sicilian Cod
Cod is a great source of lean protein and is high in heart healthy omega-3 fatty acids. It is an excellent choice for those who want to get the benefits of eating fish without the "fishy" taste.
Grilled Salmon Burger with Horseradish Dressing
At our house, we just can't get enough of burgers on the grill. Beef burgers, turkey burgers and yes, even salmon burgers.
Colombo Curried Grilled Clams
With grilling season solidly upon us, we are serving up steaks, burgers, chicken and vegetables with wild abandon. But how about seafood?
Milan Shrimp Grilled Pizza
With the start of warm weather, it's time to get outside again. Working in the garden, playing in the yard and of course, cooking and dining outside.
Seafood Enchiladas
Let's face it, I love all different types of food, especially when I get to learn about the culture and traditions that come with it.
Open Face Tuna Melt with Lemon Pepper
During the winter, good, fresh seafood that doesn't break the bank can be hard to come by in most states. This is where a can or two of tuna can really come in handy.
Fisherman's Stew
As an avid seafood lover I am always looking for more ways to incorporate fish and shrimp into my diet (for flavor and health reasons), but never know exactly what to pa
Easy Tuna Noodle Casserole
The challenge with remaking some of our favorite recipes that we remember as a child is that they were often loaded with cheese, fat, salt and e
Herb Crusted Tilapia
I am always on the lookout for good flavorful tilapia recipes that can be prepared for everyday meals.
Swordfish with Nora Pepper Romesco Sauce
First, we’d like to clear up one thing about Romesco Sauce. Despite the name, this sauce? Is not a product of Rome.
Balsamic and Honey Salmon
In our ongoing efforts to add fish to our weekly meal plans we tend to have an ongoing battle between Greg and myself. He prefers Tilapia while I prefer Salmon.
Salmon with a Fiery Warm Salsa
Ok, this dish was a blast and not just because it was delicious!
Quick and Easy Spicy Grilled Shrimp
Some recipes will say, “this is quick and easy” and then mean that the prep is quick and easy, but the cooking takes an hour or longer.
Baked Horseradish Salmon
Grilled, baked, cooked in a pan--it doesn't matter, we love salmon.
Almond Crusted Tilapia
This is a very tasty and easy to make Tilapia recipe.
Salmon with Spinach in a Ginger and Soy Asian Broth
Simple, elegant, healthy and delicious - this recipe does not disappoint.
Salmon Charmoula
Charmoula or chermoula is a marinade used in Algerian, Moroccan and Tunisian cooking. It is usually used to flavor fish or seafood, but it can be used on other meats like lamb, chicken or duck.
Shrimp and Crabmeat Etouffee
We love the time of year when Mardi Gras starts to draw near, as it brings back a flood of wonderful memories of our years spent in this spectacular city at the mouth of the Mississippi.
Mediterranean Salmon
What a great meal for a warm summer evening! Salmon on the grill with a no-salt herb marinade is a light and healthy dinner that doesn't have to be limited to summer dining.
Crab and Corn Chowder
This is a recipe that I've been waiting all summer to make and this week's trip to the local farmer's market provided us with some of the sweetest corn of the season.