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Sweet and savory come together in bite-sized form with these Pineapple, Bacon, and Shrimp Skewers from Peas Thank You. Whether you’re serving up game day snacks or holiday apps, this combination will be one that you have on repeat!
On the hunt for an easy, delicious, better-for-you shrimp appetizer? Look no further than these Cucumber, Avocado, and Beer Batter Shrimp Bites from Mandy Tanner. Serve these at a holiday gathering and your guests will be begging for more!
A stress-free and minimal prep meal, this one-pan wonder from Cooking with Manuela is packed with protein, flavor, and fresh veggies. The best part? You can customize it with a variety of ingredients to add your own touch!
Instant ramen becomes instantly amazing when Hungry Traveling Mama spruces it up with a few things that you can find in most kitchens. This delicious ramen noodle soup with our beer battered fish will warm up your mealtime and be a real crowd-pleaser.
Looking for a fresh, delicious meal? Let Cooking with Manuela be your personal culinary guide. This Salmon, Mushrooms, and Rice Buddha Bowl make sure you are enjoying your meal as fast as possible with little prep and little mess.
Brohaha knows that Mediterranean flavors, sides of peppers and quinoa, and toppings like feta cheese and tomatoes can take care of your salmon lunch or dinner with ease.
Whether you need dinner for two or dinner for ten, Peas Thank You knows it’s best to keep it easy and tasty. This Simple Salmon Meal with Rice & Broccoli will be a crowd-favorite for everyone at your dinner table.
Your go-to healthy dinner never tasted so good. This salmon and veggie medley from Say I’m A Foodie is a boost for your health and a blast for your taste buds. Enjoy!
Packed with refreshing, healthy veggies and our Simply Bake Salmon, a Fish Taco Bowl always leaves room to add some of your own creativity and taste. Through Annie’s Window says to start by adding veggies, corn, black beans, mango salsa, sour cream, and lime to your salmon, and seeing where inspiration takes you from there.