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Searing Seafood on a Salt Plank – our new favorite cooking method

February 8, 2012 by The SeaBear Team in Seafood recipe, Videos

This is our very favorite recent culinary discovery. Simply heat this beautiful plank of pure, natural, mineral-rich Pink Sea Salt in your oven – or use it on your grill or stove top – and use it to sear seafood, meats and even vegetables. If you don’t feel like cooking, you can chill it for use in serving sushi, appetizers, cheeses, fresh fruits and even cold desserts.

The possibilities are almost endless!

The experience will entertain your guests and the wonderful, subtle flavor that the salt plank imparts is AMAZING – we guarantee. We include complete preparation and cooking instructions to make your next meal with family and friends a success.

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Grilling Ideas: Seafood Skewers

August 1, 2011 by The SeaBear Team in Salmon recipes, Seafood recipe

SeaBear Seafood Skewers

Seafood on skewers – there’s nothing that says summer grilling like meat on a stick.  Lamb, beef and chicken are most familiar on the barbecue, but not surprisingly some of our favorites are seafood! Halibut in large, sweet chunks – wild Alaskan salmon with its beautiful red color & amazing flavor – prawns still in the shell to hold in the moisture – ahi tuna for a quick sear – even scallops, for the more adventurous type!

Skewers are also an easy way to make sure you’re getting the best flavor out of summer vegetables.  Take your pick from the garden:

  • cherry tomatoes
  • green, grey or yellow summer squash
  • red, yellow or white onions
  • any color of bell peppers
  • spicy chilies, pearl onions or garlic cloves
  • strawberries or pineapple chunks

If you’d like to enjoy your dinner with even more veggies, pile your skewers on top of a bed of your favorite greens.

  • Arugula (or rocket) has a spicy peppery flavor
  • Romaine lettuce is crunchy and thick with a crisp flavor
  • Butter lettuce is similar to iceberg lettuce
  • Curly endive is visually interesting with a slightly bitter flavor
  • Spinach, collar greens, or swiss chard are good options raw or slightly wilted

What’s your favorite way to enjoy the bounties of summer?

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Recipe: Mango-Citrus Seafood Parfait

June 21, 2011 by The SeaBear Team in Seafood recipe

Mango-Citrus Seafood ParfaitIngredients:
½ cup fresh orange juice
¼ cup fresh lemon juice
¼ cup fresh lime juice
1 cup olive oil
2 tbsp. lime and lemon zest
salt and pepper
6 ounces wild Alaskan halibut, cut into cubes (cooked)
16 cooked spot prawns
1 avocado, cut into thin wedges
1 large pink grapefruit, cut into sections
1 large orange, cut into sections
1 mango, cut into cubes
edible flowers for garnish, if desired

1. In a blender, combine orange, lemon, and lime juices. With the motor running, slowly add the olive oil until emulsified. Season to taste with salt and pepper and reserve.

2. Add lemon and lime zest and pour over remaining ingredients and divide among 4 cocktail glasses. Garnish with edible flowers and serve.

We hope you are enjoying SeaBear’s Seafood Recipes! Feel free to email or mail us your favorite way to serve prawns, wild Alaskan halibut, or any other seafood you would like to share.

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Video: SeaBear’s Wild Salmon Skewers on the Grill

June 2, 2011 by The SeaBear Team in Lifestyle, Salmon recipes, Seafood recipe, Videos

Eating with forks, knives, and other utensils is over-rated! Who doesn’t enjoy eating with their hands? Just imagine it – a thick and delicious artisan bread; your favorite wine, beer, or iced tea; and Wild Salmon Skewers on the Grill.  We think it sounds like a great way to spend a weekend afternoon in your backyard, on the beach, out at the park, or anywhere a grill is allowed.

Chef Dominique recommends taking cubes of wild salmon with lemon juice and skewering them with cubes of fresh zucchini.

Serve with rice, pasta, or a salad for a complete meal. As alternative ideas, you could also combine:

- wild halibut with pineapple and cherry tomatoes
- wild salmon with red onion and summer squash
- spot prawns or shrimp with mushrooms and green bell peppers
- ahi tuna with mango and sweet onion

… or a delicious combination of those, plus so much more! Do you have a favorite way of creating seafood and vegetable kabobs?

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Video: Farmer’s Market Smoked Salmon Salad

February 8, 2011 by The SeaBear Team in Seafood recipe, Videos

Although there’s still snow on the ground in quite a few places, this salad can give you a hint of spring (which should be just around the corner, according to the groundhog).

Farmer’s Market Smoked Salmon Salad
Serves 6-8

2 cups of SeaBear Lox Style Smoked Sockeye Salmon cut in little sticks of about 3/4 “long.

The following cut into 3/8” cubes; 1 cup of each item:
* Red Tomato
* Yellow tomatoes (or other Heirloom tomatoes of various colors)
* Avocado (after peeling, rub the avocado with ½ a lemon to keep it green)
* Red Onions

½ cup of Walnuts pieces
2 Table spoons of lightly chopped cilantro

For the Vinaigrette:
* 1/4 cup olive oil
* 1 teaspoon Dijon
* 1 teaspoon Balsamic
* 1 teaspoon Apple vinegar
* 1 teaspoon of lemon juice
* 1 teaspoon of chopped garlic
* Salt and pepper to taste

In a bowl, place Dijon, salt, pepper and garlic. With a wire whisk whipping briskly, add oil slowly. Stop half way, add 1/2 the vinegar and the lemon juice continue slowly with the oil. Taste, add the desired left over vinegar only until the dressing is to your liking.

Place smoked salmon, tomatoes, avocado, red onions, walnut and cilantro in a bowl. Add ½ of vinaigrette, fold gently. Taste and add more dressing if desired. Serve on a bed of greens such as Frisée, Arugula, and/or Escarole.

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