7 Feast of the Seven Fishes Recipes You’ll Want to Make All Year Long

7 Feast of the Seven Fishes Recipes You’ll Want to Make All Year Long

PureWow

You can never go wrong with slow-cooker turkey or honey-glazed ham on Christmas Eve. But this year, mix it up with an Italian tradition: the Feast of the Seven Fishes. Presenting seven of our favorite seafood dishes to try. (And hey, why limit them to December 24?)

Photo: Liz Andrew/Styling: Erin McDowell

Pan-Fried Cod with Orange and Swiss Chard

Seasonal fruit adds a tangy zip.

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Host the Toast

Seafood Fra Diavolo

Close your eyes and you’re in Italy.

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Photo: Liz Andrew/Styling: Erin McDowell

One-Pan Roasted Salmon with Potatoes and Romaine

Just pop it in the oven and it’s ready in half an hour.

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Photo: Liz Andrew/Styling: Erin McDowell

Shrimp with Cauliflower 'Grits' and Arugula

Low-carb, big flavor, can’t lose.

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Damn Delicious

Lemon Butter Scallops

All you need is five ingredients and ten minutes.

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Photo: Liz Andrew/Styling: Erin McDowell

Moules-Frites (Steamed Mussels and Fries)

Cooked in a garlicky white-wine sauce.

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Photo: Liz Andrew/Styling: Erin McDowell

Lobster Risotto

Let’s save the best for last, shall we?

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Mangia like the Italians do during the Feast of Seven Fishes! A traditional menu typically celebrates Christmas Eve with meals starring fish and other seafood. Include any of these recipes at your table: Tuscan Seafood Stew, Parmesan Herb Shrimp, or Baked Fish Dijon.
Mangia like the Italians do during the Feast of Seven Fishes! A traditional menu typically celebrates Christmas Eve with meals starring fish and other seafood. Include any of these recipes at your table: Tuscan Seafood Stew, Parmesan Herb Shrimp, or Baked Fish Dijon.