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Ten Seafood Recipes That Are Just As Good As They Are In A Restaurant

    Ten Seafood Recipes That Are Just As Good As They Are In A Restaurant

    It’s possible that, like many other home chefs this past year, you’ve been pushing your culinary boundaries with each new kitchen invention. Maybe you’ve experimented with cooking by making a soufflé from scratch or trying to recreate your favourite restaurant meal at home. (Perhaps you’ve even attempted making bread, horrors!)

    Many people who are just starting out in the kitchen are intimidated by seafood dishes for one of two reasons: a lack of skill or a lack of ingredients.

    This favourite food category, however, is not as difficult to master as it may first seem. So, if you’ve been waiting to eat your favourite lobster, crab, shrimp, or shellfish meal until you can once again enjoy eating in air-conditioned restaurants, then these dishes are for you!

    1. Crusty Lobster Mac & Cheese with a Buttery Bread Crumb Crust

    Mmmm…succulent lobster. It’s possible that this is one of those “untouchable” items that you’d never try to prepare on your own, but trust us when we say that you really should! Made with quick-boiled lobster tails, al dente campanelle pasta, a three-cheese mix in a simple béchamel sauce, and a topping of garlicky toasted Martin’s Butter Bread crumbs, this dish is reminiscent of those served at fine steakhouses.

    2. Subway Scallop BLT

    You can add a touch of sophistication to your lunchtime staple by topping it with some seared sea scallops and a dollop of garlicky, herb-infused butter. What’s more? Make a submarine sandwich fit for a king by piling on the toppings on a Martin’s Hoagie Roll.

    3. Shrimp in a Crispy Baked Sauce

    This dish is reminiscent of “Bang Bang Shrimp,” which you can get at many steak and seafood restaurants. Our variation serves up oven-baked shrimp coated in homemade Martin’s Potato Bread crumbs with a side of sweet Thai chili dipping sauce.

    4. Crab Cake Sliders by Miss Information

    If you can’t remember the last time you got to visit your favorite beachside crab shack, try this recipe for Crab Cake Sliders courtesy of blogger, Miss Information. Simply form the following ingredients into slider-sized patties: lump crab meat, breadcrumbs, a beaten egg, mayonnaise, mustard, Worcestershire sauce, and a dash of hot sauce; then fry in a skillet until golden brown and serve on Martin’s 12-Sliced Slider Potato Rolls with a slathering of remoulade.

    5. Parmesan Baked Tilapia

    Sometimes we underestimate the simplicity and appeal of a perfectly seasoned and cooked fish fillet. This breaded parmesan-crusted baked tilapia dish served with tartar sauce can be prepared in thirty minutes and is something you could find at any respectable dining establishment.

    6. Lobster Roll from Ditch Plains

    Here’s a seafood dish straight out of a famous chef’s own cookbook: the Lobster Roll by Chef Marc Murphy, Food Network personality and head of Benchmarc Restaurants. This delicious creation includes a generous helping of lobster meat, coated in tarragon and parsley-mayo and old bay seasoning, served on a Martin’s Long Potato Roll. While you may no longer be able to enjoy this dish at NYC-based restaurant Ditch Plains, you can recreate it in your own home thanks to this recipe!

    7. Sheet Pan Shrimp Scampi

    This sheet pan shrimp scampi with oven-toasted garlic bread is so effortless you might as well add it to your regular meal rotation. Serve it up with a side of fettuccini alfredo or garlic-butter linguini and you have yourself a classic restaurant dish.

    8. Crab Rangoon Crostini

    A fun spin on the popular Chinese restaurant appetizer, these Crab Rangoon Crostini by blogger Snappy Gourmet are to die for. The savory combo of cream cheese, crab meat, green onions, Worcestershire sauce, and garlic powder, spread onto toasted Martin’s Party Rolls, and topped with tangy sweet and sour sauce, will have you craving seconds (or thirds).

    9. Ahi Tuna & Avocado Toasts

    At the top of the list for hard-to-replicate seafood dishes are Asian-inspired favorites like sushi and poke. While we can’t speak to the expert technique required to master the perfect sushi roll, if you can get your hands on sushi-grade fish, these simple-yet-satisfying Ahi Tuna and Avocado Toasts may be enough to tide you over until your next sushi fix.

    10. Bay Scallop Po’ Boys

    Unless you hail from New Orleans, it may be a rare and cherished occurrence that you find yourself indulging in a classic Po’ Boy, but this one made with seasoned, breaded, and fried scallops and served on Martin’s Long Potato Rolls with lettuce, mayo, and fresh-squeezed lemon juice will make it so you don’t have to miss a thing!

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