Get Grilling: Surfin' Seafood

May 26, 2011

Grilled Shrimp

Surf and turf, the quintessential combination of grilled goodness, is a fun way to enjoy your favorite cuts of meat and seafood without over-commiting. Instead of the traditional steak-and-lobster pairing, why not mix things up? Scallops, shrimp and salmon all grill especially well! Not feeling up to a complicated dual-protein dinner? Seafood makes for a light, fresh meal on a hot summer's day.

Grilled Jalapeno Mint Shrimp with Hominy Succotash
Southern flavors get a twist with these sweet and spicy shrimp skewers!

Grilled Apricot and Hoisin Glazed Prawns
Sweet and tangy, these tiger prawns are as gorgeous as they are tasty!

Chili Lime Shrimp
These shrimp skewers shimmy with Latin influences and are perfect for salads, tacos or stand alone!

Shrimp Tacos with Grilled Poblano and Avocado Salsa
Sweet-spicy and creamy, the charred corn and poblano peppers pair perfectly with the avocado.

Grilled Scallops with Quinoa and Fresh Veggies
Quick and easy, this recipe is ready in a flash but tastes like a gourmet entree!

Grilled Scallops with Fettucini and English Pea Butter Sauce
With the refreshing, cool tastes of spring this dish looks like pasta with pesto on steroids, but it is anything but traditional - and oh so delicious.

Chargrilled Calamari
Much healthier than its fried cousin, this grilled calamari is tangy-spicy-smoky and perfect as a starter, snack or on a salad.

Blackened Tilapia Sandwich
Perfect for lunch, this recipe is super quick and totally tasty.

Cajun-Grilled Butterfish
Quick and easy, this recipe combines Southern seasonings with the richness of native-Atlantic whitefish. Say hello to a new favorite.

Prosciutto-wrapped Monkfish
Never tried monkfish? Known as the "poor man's lobster" (its taste and texture are very similar to lobster tail), this is the perfect gateway recipe!

Blackened Tuna Steaks
Chargrilled and smoky, these tuna steaks are like no tuna you've had before.

Grilled Salmon with Balsamic Ginger Glaze
Cedar-planking is cool and everything, but why not experiment with wild-caught salmon while it's in season? This is the best recipe to get you started.

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