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Caitlyn says ...
Fresh Ceviche with Seabass!!!!! My fave with some homemade fresh pico de gallo (heavy on the cilantro), avocado and a hint of fresh squeezed lemon, lime or orange juice on top! Serve with warm baked tortilla chips... One word = BLISS!
04/19/2012 12:54:32 PM CDT
Tia says ...
Do the oceans and yourself a favor, skip seafood altogether. Salmon only has Omega 3 because they eat sea plants. Cut to the chase and just eat the plants!
04/19/2012 12:47:47 PM CDT
Melissa says ...
Green SEA VEGETABLES is what i would like to see!
04/19/2012 12:40:09 PM CDT
Maureen W says ...
Indian inspired marinated salmon. Combine following ingredients in a shallow dish: 1 cup fat-free plain yogurt, 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper, 6 cloves minced garlic, 1-2 T freshly grated ginger root, 2 tablespoons finely chopped cilantro, 1 tablespoon ground coriander, 1 teaspoon ground cumin, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1/4 teaspoon ground turmeric. Add 1lb boneless coho or sockeye salmon filet and marinate for 1 hour or up to overnight. Shake off excess marinade and bake salmon at 400 for 20 min or until salmon flakes easily. This recipe is posted to my blog, www.modernkitchenmaven.com if you want further details.
04/19/2012 12:37:41 PM CDT
Jessica says ...
Panko crusted & baked wild-caught Alaskan salmon with mashed potatoes topped with chives and grilled yellow and red bell peppers on the side - yum!
04/19/2012 12:13:44 PM CDT
JuneC says ...
I love fish. My favorite recipe is just to broil it plain then a little sale, pepper,and lemon juice sqeezed on it after it is cooked. Thats it.
04/19/2012 12:11:31 PM CDT
arlene says ...
Marinated wild salmon, grilled. served with Quinoi and lightly grilled fennel, peppers, or eggplant..
04/19/2012 12:09:23 PM CDT
Camille says ...
My favorite is making seafood stuffed mushroom caps, which you can either make large, portabella stuffed caps OR mini-mushrooms as an appetizer. Preheat Oven to 350 Stuffing: Crab meat (or, if you're poor like me, fake Krab) Scallions diced stalks of Mushrooms spinach non-fat greek yogurt old bay seasoning salt/pepper/red pepper/garlic/your favorite seasoning Cheese (chedder/parm/italian mix/whatever you like) Trim the stalks off the mushrooms and dice them, along with the scallions. Break apart the spinach if you want, but it will get diced in the food processor anyway. I sautee the scallions, spinach, and mushrooms in olive oil with garlic until soft. I transfer this to my food processor and add the crab meat, yogurt, and seasonings. Pulse twice, and check to make sure everything is evenly minced. Put the stuffing inside the mushrooms and top with cheese. Then place in the oven and bake for 15 minutes, check to make sure the stuffing is hot enough. Sometimes up to 20 minutes. This is a really flexible recipe. If you like bread crumbs, you can add them to the top, or use cream cheese instead of yogurt.
04/19/2012 11:59:02 AM CDT
Lori says ...
Baja Fish Tacos with Mango Salsa! Yum! I use tilapia.De-lish!
04/19/2012 11:56:09 AM CDT
Michael J Koslow says ...
I have heard that there was a time in which we were more hairy and swung in trees. I wouldn't eat a monkey! Before this we were scaley and crawled on all fours. I wouldn't eat a lizard! And before this? Legless and finned! No fish for me, thanks! But I would love to purchase some delicious fruits, vegetables, and legumes with a $50 Whole Foods gift certificate, please!
04/19/2012 11:54:00 AM CDT
faith may says ...
tuna, sushi
04/19/2012 11:48:36 AM CDT
Amanda C. says ...
I have family up in Alaska, so I love Wild-caught salmon from Alaska. My favorite salmon is smoked salmon. Yum :)
04/19/2012 11:44:45 AM CDT
Tami Jo Eaton says ...
I love taking wild caught salmon and topping with some coconut oil, paprika, red pepper flakes, chili powder, black pepper, cumin, sea salt, and a few small white potatoes cut into bite-sized pieces, wrapping it up in foil and throwing on the bbq. I also have some zucchini and bell peppers charring on the side. Clean up is a breeze, I wash the foil and recycle.
04/19/2012 11:38:56 AM CDT
Tricia Huffman says ...
The Shrimp spring rolls for sure.......I tried some that you were sampling a few years ago, and not it is a staple at my picnics! My whole world opened when Whole Foods came to town!
04/19/2012 11:24:54 AM CDT
john says ...
Sauteed Shrimp, waffle fries - with ketchup.
04/19/2012 11:19:04 AM CDT
ReDena says ...
I love your Wild Caught Salmon or buttery Sea Bass baked in the oven with lemon pepper and your salsa. It’s quick, simple and incredibly delicious…Melts in your mouth good. Just drizzle the fish when it comes out of the oven with a little Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil; add wild rice and your new Mediterranean Veggies and you have everything you need for a nutritious meal. Yummy!!!!
04/19/2012 11:15:44 AM CDT
Mia says ...
I love Cod so my pick will be cod, seasoned lightly with lemon, salt, pepper, grilled and served with grilled pepper, onion and veggies. Served with couscous.
04/19/2012 11:13:08 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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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

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