Category: Fish

Oct 02

Gloucester Baked Halibut

Try this delicious recipe that’s great for a beginner to try cooking seafood. According to Oceana Canada, wild seafood is the perfect protein: it produces a lean protein at a cost-per-pound that is lower than other animal proteins, uses minimal freshwater to produce, emits little carbon dioxide and uses no arable land. Gloucester Baked Halibut …

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Sep 03

Fresh Halibut, Pistachio & Cherry Tomato Fusilli

Canada turns 150 this year and families can feel fortunate for the many healthy and delicious local foods that inspire gatherings with great friends. In fact, more than eight out of 10 Canadians want to cook with more fresh, local or regional ingredients according to a recent study. Fortunately, celebrated Canadian chefs, like Toronto’s Cory …

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Jul 31

Pan Seared Salmon Paired with a Grapefruit Summer Salad

Warmer weather calls for lighter meals rich in protein and complemented with refreshing seasonal salads. Try this dish the next time you’re looking for dinnertime inspiration and enjoy al fresco on your patio or balcony. Pan Seared Salmon Paired with a Grapefruit Summer Salad Serves 4 Prep Time: 5 min Total Time: 15 min Ingredients: …

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Jul 09

Recipe: Sesquicentennial Salt Cured Maple Salmon

Canada’s 150th birthday is a time to celebrate all things Canadian. Being Canadian brings on thoughts of salmon swimming upstream to spawn, peameal bacon sizzling in a pan, beavertails on Ottawa’s Rideau Canal, and tapping maple trees for fresh syrup when the cold winter starts to break. Sifto is celebrating its 150th anniversary along with …

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Jun 12

Salmon Lettuce Wraps with Grainy Mustard Mayonnaise Dip

If your meals for work are starting to feel bland, try a Canadian secret for zipping up sandwiches – mustard. Homemade meals come to life with just a dash of the condiment. Mustard is a staple crop for Canadian farmers. We export it all around the world – to Europe, the United States and Asia. …

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Feb 19

Cod and Dill Fish Cakes with Spring Pea Salad

Put a twist on the traditional with melt-in-the-middle fish cakes Everyone would love to cook up something new in the kitchen, but sometimes time and the effort it takes hold us back. The best way to overcome this is by incorporating a new flavour or a twist on a traditional product to help add novelty …

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Jan 04

Ahi Grapefruit Poke

Cook with seasonal fresh produce Winter months are perfect for peak season Florida Grapefruit. This versatile super fruit enriches the flavour of both sweet and savoury dishes — adding sweetness, a pop of colour and flavour. While Florida’s climate is perfect for nurturing fresh flavour, its subtropical growing conditions that mean heavy rains, intense sunshine …

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Nov 05

Impress Your Guests With This Stunning Seacuterie Platter

Charcuterie boards decked with rich cheeses, savoury meats, and succulent fruits have long been a favourite among dinner party guests, but a new trend in charcuterie is redefining the plate — seafood. Brimming with a spread perfect for seafood lovers, this awe-inspiring platter makes an exceptional centrepiece at cocktail parties and get-togethers. “Seacuterie is one …

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Sep 20

West Coast Style Fish and Chips

Who doesn’t love fish and chips? But what about upgrading your pub favourite with nutritious salmon, high in protein, omega 3 fatty acids and vitamin D? You can also trade in sweet potato fries which are rich in complex carbohydrates, dietary fibre, beta carotene and vitamin C. For another healthy option, you can bake the …

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Aug 24

Planked Maple-Ginger Salmon

Nothing says summer quite like a delicious dinner made on the barbecue. This year, why not try something extra when preparing your next salmon fillet? By adding a cedar plank to your barbecue routine, the salmon will pick up a woodsy flavor, along with the smokiness from the grill. Pair the salmon with sweet maple …

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