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Top 5 Thanksgiving Recipes

November 18, 2011

Thanksgiving is just around the corner. If you’re like us, you’re starting to assemble your grocery list for what you’ll be contributing to the meal. Looking to bring something new this year?

Here are five favorite Thanksgiving recipes, straight from the recipe box of the Crown Prince Seafood team. From appetizers to side dishes, we have you covered. Enjoy, and Happy Thanksgiving!

Shrimp Salad Stuffed Tomatoes – Tiny shrimp join the fresh flavors of basil, olives, shallot, white wine vinegar, and more to make cherry tomatoes a hit finger food of the day.

Lump Crab Pastry Cups – Puff pastry makes everything taste great – and creamy, natural white crab meat is its perfect companion. Equally flaky, creamy, and zesty, these pastry cups are easy to make and even easier to gobble up.

Kipper and Garlic Mashed Potatoes – What would Thanksgiving be without mashed potatoes? Try a spin on the classic with these garlic and chive infused kipper mashed potatoes. They’re delicious!

Savory Wild Salmon Dill Cheesecake – Decadent and delicious, this takes the indulgence of a holiday cheesecake and turns it into an impressive appetizer. Served with crackers and cucumber slices, this is the perfect addition to your pre-meal conversation.

Smoked Salmon, Asparagus, and Avocado Salad – When you’re not sure what to bring, a good salad is always a good choice. This salad has what it takes to represent a holiday known for feasting. Smoked salmon, asparagus and avocado are the stars – and they certainly do shine in this recipe.

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