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Thanksgiving Recipes: Seafood Solutions

November 16, 2012

Thanksgiving is a wonderful time to join family and friends, in large groups or small, to share food and appreciate the little things. While there are plenty of tried-and-true Thanksgiving staples that won’t be dethroned anytime soon (we’re looking at you, cranberry sauce), there’s also room for new twists on old classics.

Looking for good Thanksgiving recipes the whole family will love? Here are some Crown Prince originals for each part of the meal. These just may become traditions in themselves.

Fabulous Fish Spread

Appetizer: Fabulous Fish Spread with Olives

Equal parts earthy and savory, this easy appetizer is great for late fall. It’s satisfying but won’t spoil your appetite. Serve on sliced baguettes or crackers.

Soup: Tuna, Pepper and Potato Soup

Creamy and potatoey, this doesn’t fall far from the tree of Thanksgiving expectations. Yet with bell peppers and yellowfin tuna, the flavor is noticeably upped.

Salad: Smoked Salmon, Asparagus & Avocado Salad

This elegant salad is a fantastic counterpoint to the starchy standards of the holiday. The flavors are interesting, well-balanced, and healthy to boot!

Side Dish: Crab Quiche

You don’t see many egg dishes at Thanksgiving, but we can’t think of any reason not to offer up this hearty quiche as people are filling their plates. Everyone loves it!

Stuffing: Oyster Stuffing

Yes, we’ll consider “stuffing” its own course for this particular holiday. Adding boiled oysters, sausage, and a spot-on mix of spices does amazing things for turkey’s favorite sidekick.

Four-Cheese Seafood Lasagna

Main Course: Four-Cheese Seafood Lasagna

Whether you’re going casual or offering a second main course, this hearty lasagna hits all the right flavor notes. It deserves a place in the tradition of generous Thanksgiving meals.

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