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Barbara Finch says ...
I've been curious about the sardines for a while. The tapas idea sounds interesting.
04/19/2012 12:17:36 AM CDT
Donna says ...
Wild caught salmon as simple as it gets - sashimi! Or as ahi poke - onion, green onion, soya sauce, sesame oil and salt and pepper to taste. YUM!
04/19/2012 12:21:25 AM CDT
suzanne says ...
green-rated tuna, simply sauteed in the pan, a quick sear on each side, in a light olive oil base.
04/19/2012 12:21:32 AM CDT
Karla Colter says ...
We dont eat seafood that often, but when we do its always wild-caught Alaskan salmon. Love it on the bbq with a cajun rub. But after reading some of these yummy recipe comments it seems I need to branch-out with my boring cooking skills :)
04/19/2012 12:23:01 AM CDT
Tram says ...
Vietnamese spring rolls are the way to go with any light flavored fish or shrimp. Broiled, baked or grilled... the flavor of the fish/shrimp is contrasted and enhanced by the crispy veggies and sweet and tangy dipping sauce. Yum!
04/19/2012 12:25:19 AM CDT
Deb says ...
love pink shrimp seasoned with cajun seasoning and grilled
04/19/2012 12:25:25 AM CDT
Carla says ...
I would definitely go with the Pacific Halibut! I make an amazing ceviche dish with bite size chunks of Pacific Halibut, chopped onions, cilantro, cucumber, jalapeno, key lime juice, garlic and sea salt. The fish "cooks" in the acid of the lime juice. It is fantastic with homemade tortilla chips!!!
04/19/2012 12:34:38 AM CDT
Gisela Bond says ...
I love salmon, so the Matzo crusted salmon sounds delicious!
04/19/2012 12:46:43 AM CDT
Clara says ...
For a quick and healthy dinner, I love to poach a salmon fillet in a shallow pan with water, lemon and some white wine. While salmon is cooking, I make a quick vinaigrette with mustard, white wine vinegar, good olive oil, some diced shallot and capers. Toss a big handful of arugula with some of the dressing, and put the salmon fillet on top. Quick, flavorful and healthy.
04/19/2012 12:54:18 AM CDT
William Johnson says ...
Keep it simple. Grilled Tuna with one side brushed with soy sauce, Mirin, minced Ginger Garlic mix. When grilled add a nice accent use extra as dip.
04/19/2012 1:09:24 AM CDT
Sara says ...
Salmon: Squeeze some fresh lemon juice on whole salmon or cut pieces. Sprinkle with either dried dill or fresh dill and spray top of fish with Pam or use small pieces of butter. Place on second oven rack from top and broil about 4:40-5:00 degrees F for 5-7 minutes or until done. Cod or sole: Dip fish into bowl with egg that has been scrambled with a small amount of Kosher salt. Then dip fish with egg into matzoh meal which can be put on wax paper for easy cleanup. Fry fish on stove top in vegetable oil or olive oil until done. It is done when fish turns white and flakes. Remove to plate with paper towel to absorb extra oil.
04/19/2012 1:19:27 AM CDT
Arielle Nugent says ...
Pan-seared Wild Salmon with a Wild Rice Salad. I'd season the salmon with onion flakes, garlic powder, thyme, dill, salt & pepper. Then sear it in a pan with some extra-virgin olive oil. The wild rice salad would be cooked wild rice, chopped apples, diced cucumbers, dried cranberries, and slivered almonds mixed with an herb balsamic vinaigrette. Simple and delicious!
04/19/2012 1:21:12 AM CDT
Jung Yo says ...
I love white fish that has mild flavor less oils. there are two ways I prepare halibut or cod. first. Slice them thin season with just salt and pepper and light flour touch then eggs on it. sprinkle of oil on non stick pan then cook both side put herbs or green onions to garnish. second, the healthier way is slice them in bite-size. set aside. cut onions and daikon or white radish also bite-size sauce- soy sauce, garlic, red-pepper, sugar, pepper, green onions put daikon or white radish on bottom of the pot first then fish and top with onions and pour sauce on medium heat, cook until the daikon or radish cooked garnish with your favorite herbs it is quite hot and spicy so serve with bread of rice with it.
04/19/2012 1:25:44 AM CDT
Hayli Shaw says ...
I absolutely love salmon and I am so glad that Wild caught Alaskan salmon is on the Green list! As a pescatarian, it is great to see you guys being super careful and earth-friendly with the fish that I eat!! (:
04/19/2012 1:48:06 AM CDT
amy h says ...
Wild caught Salmon from Alaska. I use it to make Salmon Croquettes; baked 16oz salmon, add bread crumbs or crunched up Whole Foods 365 round crackers, minced garlic to taste, chopped onion, 1 egg and add pepper. Mixed ingredients with hand and saute. Super yummy!
04/19/2012 2:00:33 AM CDT
Sandy says ...
6 oz portion of fresh salmon, covered, on high in the microwave for 3 minutes. easy! flavor to taste!
04/19/2012 2:00:39 AM CDT
Jimmy Arcade says ...
My wife and I would enjoy a wild-caught Alaskan salmon, marinated in our homemade teriyaki sauce, pan-fried, and finished off with a teriyaki reduction, thickened with arrowroot. We'd serve it over a bed of organic brown rice and vegetables.
04/19/2012 2:01:36 AM CDT
Vicki Tran says ...
I like to braise halibut in a white wine sauce with fennel, tomatoes and lemon.
04/19/2012 2:01:55 AM CDT
Terri David says ...
Since all fishing has environmental consequences, and, generally, many other forms of life die in the process (bycatch), we chose to not eat fish or other marine life at all. So my recipe is to eat plants, lots of plants.
04/19/2012 3:32:21 AM CDT
ellie leshansky says ...
I love wild salmon. My favorite way to prepare it is to marinate it briefly in orange juice, season delicately with some pepper and dill, broil until done and then serve it with a dressing of dijon mustard, orange juice and a dash of lemon. Serve this over spinach ( preferably sauteed with garlic. It is delicious , healthy and looks pretty too.
04/19/2012 3:47:36 AM CDT
laura says ...
we love green labeled pacific halibut and wish it was more easily available. we marinate with a little bit of salt and pepper and coat in fresh chopped garlic. it stays like this for a few hours, up to 1 night and when we pan fry it in our fav cast iron skillet. since cast iron stays hot so long with less energy than other options, we sautee fresh veggies along with it....or eat a raw corn salad alongside.
04/19/2012 3:59:19 AM CDT
Steve says ...
grilled salmon
04/19/2012 4:17:21 AM CDT
Linda says ...
Poached salmon with asparagus. Nom nom nom.
04/19/2012 4:56:31 AM CDT
S J says ...
I would try the salmon because it is such a versatile fish that works well with any flavor combination. One way that I prepare it, that even my children enjoy, is with brown sugar, soy sauce, cilantro, red onion, curry powder, minced garlic, salt, pepper, and a splash of orange juice. I put all the ingredients in a plastic container, poke a few holes in the fillet, and shake well. I then let it marinate for 10-15 minutes. All the flavors soak into the holes, really seasoning the fish well. I then cook on the stovetop or bake in the oven, depending on how much time I have to prepare dinner. In addition to the salmon's health benefits, I'm just glad this flavor combination is kid-approved.
04/19/2012 5:01:04 AM CDT
Nadia says ...
Wild salmon brushed with a mixture of greek yogurt and dijon mustard, then topped with panko breadcrumbs. Bake it in the oven and serve with roasted asparagus or steamed broccoli :)
04/19/2012 5:14:08 AM CDT

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