Sea Cuisine: 30-Minute Seafood Meals for Busy Moms
High Liner Foods, a premier seafood marketer, offers the Sea Cuisine brand of seasoned and prepared frozen seafood dishes. The company ensures its seafood originates from sustainable sources and offers its products in local groceries, warehouses, and club stores. Just pop them in the oven for about 30 minutes, and enjoy a tasty dinner!
This minimal preparation makes the Sea Cuisine products a simple and satisfying dinner solution for busy Moms. The meals come with one of three chef-created seafood preparations: flavored crusts, light sauces, or fire-roasted taste. Sea Cuisine offers a selection of seafood, including tilapia, salmon, cod, and shrimp.
The tortilla-crusted tilapia, for example, cleverly uses crushed tortilla chips with chipotle and lime flavors to create a crunchy golden crust. Another tilapia variation features a crust made of macadamia nuts, ginger, and pineapples. For a more flame-roasted flavor, Sea Cuisine topped a tilapia fillet for two with curry, basil, spicy peppers, and a sweet chili sauce drizzled on top to counter the heat.
In the salmon product line, one of the dishes features a wild Alaskan salmon fillet coated with smoked chipotle and a sweet honey crust. An Italian variant of this dish offers Mediterranean sundried tomatoes and pine nuts. The lightly sauced buttery shrimp scampi cooks in just three-and-a-half minutes in the microwave, providing a satisfying, quick meal. Combining delicious flavors and cooking techniques that compliment the subtle taste of seafood, Sea Cuisine offers restaurant-quality frozen seafood meals that time-pressed Moms will appreciate.
At www.seacuisine.com, Moms can find quick, easy recipes searchable by meal type, seafood, and cultural cuisine inspiration. The product line includes appetizers, main meals, sandwiches, party snacks, and fresh salads. The site also features a recipe of the week and executive Sea Cuisine chef Owen Tilley shares brief videos on both the site and YouTube that discuss helpful cooking tips, demonstrate recipe-making techniques, and answer questions submitted to the site in the “ask the chef” section. Chef Tilley even has his own blog on the site called “The Seafood Guy,” on which he posts even more recipes, cooking tips, and instruction for preparing seafood.
Disclosure: Mom Central received complimentary samples of Sea Cuisine products to facilitate this review, and Sea Cuisine is a client of Mom Central.