Whether you’d like to cater to your pescatarian guests, tip your hat to history (shellfish and fish were served at the first Thanksgiving dinner), or simply shake things up a bit this Thanksgiving, combining sea and land makes for a beautiful table and deliciously memorable meal.
Here are four ways to serve seafood at Thanksgiving dinner this year:
Shrimp Appetizer: Put a garlicky spin on traditional shrimp cocktail that will have your guests giving thanks to you. Click here for a recipe we love from Delish.
Crab Cakes Side Dish: Serve crisp, golden crab cakes on the side, with our tangy and zesty tartar sauce. Click here for SteakChop’s homemade recipe.
Scallop Appetizer or Main: Scallops are quick, simple, and always a crowd-pleaser, and our wild-caught scallops are particularly tasty broiled. Click here for our Mediterranean Broiled Scallop recipe.
Salmon as a Main: Fragrant and buttery, roasted salmon fillet is not only elegant, but also incredibly easy to prepare, not to mention a delicious alternative to turkey. Click here for a great recipe from Well Plated.
To receive wild-caught fish and shellfish delivered to your doorstep in time for Thanksgiving, check out SteakChop’s packs here.