Thanksgiving is not just for the omnivores! Even if you don't identify as a pescatarian or vegetarian, branching away from the old into the deep blue new makes for a fun change-up that everyone will love, especially when using high quality, wild-caught fish!
Even better than fun and different, seafood is quick to cook (15 minutes instead of 3 hours or more!). Spend a little more time with your family and a lot less time checking the temperature of the bird.
Sweet Potato Salmon Cakes with Yogurt Chipotle Sauce
These Sweet Potato Salmon Cakes are super simple to prepare and incorporate everyone's favorite Thanksgiving staple: sweet potatoes! Paired with the Yogurt Chipotle Sauce, it's a guaranteed winner.
Get creative with our Wildly Delicious Chipotle & Lime Wild Alaskan Rockfish Kit and try this quick and easy hack!
Cornbread, Sun Dried Tomato, & Sage "Stuffed" Wild Salmon
Keep things on the traditional side with this Cornbread, Sun Dried Tomato, & Sage Stuffed Salmon. Cornbread gives you the option of keeping this dish gluten free and it's completely vegan other than the salmon. A sun dried tomato herb mixture is stuffed in the middle with a cornbread crust on top for a delicious, 15-minute main!
Seared Wild Sockeye Salmon with Citrus Cranberry Sauce
Another salmon twist that gives a shout out to the traditional: Seared Sockeye with Citrus Cranberry Sauce. The citrus addition pairs perfectly with salmon and cranberry is a surprising complement! Serve with mashed potatoes or as pictured here, with rosemary white beans.
Whole Roasted Salmon with Orange Butter Glaze
If you're lucky enough to get your hands on a whole salmon, go big and roast it! This recipe from Martha Stewart with an Orange Butter Sauce will make everyone around the table happy.