Lemon-lime marinated fish. Serve with tortilla chips and margaritas.
This is the most wonderful ceviche ever. It is thick enough to be eaten as a meal and it is the only recipe I have found that kid's enjoy. It was made by Leo Longoria from south Texas and is perfect in every way. Any fish will do but I recommend Red Fish first. I have also tried with Crappie and it is wonderful.
Delicious salmon patties that can be served as a delightful midday snack, or as an entree at dinner time.
Tuna fish, mixed with lentils and spices, and fried comes out like crisp hamburger cutlets.
Great as an appetizer, serve this cheesecake with crackers.
This is a new one, and it is amazing.
Easy football appetizer game plan: Start the eggs boiling at the end of the first quarter. They'll be done halfway through the second. Cool them in the ice water. They'll be ready to make at halftime. And you start the second half with a play to defeat lingering hunger.
Bring it to the picnic or serve as a light lunch. Either way, this terrific riff on egg salad won't last long.
You may think this is a little strange, but try it-- it works!
This dish is served near the beach in Baja California and can be found in most seafood Mexican restaurants in So. Cal. It's a fresh, healthy seafood cocktail that is great for lunch or appetizers on hot days. Ingredients can and should be modified to what you prefer!
An easy appetizer with the time-tested flavor you know from Caesar salad. Fitting, since deviled eggs are known to have been eaten by the ancient Romans.
Need a make ahead appetizer? Plop this easy cheese ball in the fridge three hours before game time, and you're ready to eat at kickoff (or first pitch, or tip off).
You're minutes away from putting a tasty party appetizer on the dinner table--or the coffee table of your man cave.
Salmon cakes take a step up, thanks to a hug from bacon slices. Inspired by Sal's "Salmon Cakes - Quick, Easy, Great Taste, & Heart Healthy."
No cooking, no fuss, and almost no mess, you can put this simple dip together just before a party--or even if you're alone, just before kickoff for a game-long snack.
A classy take on the simple baked potato skin. Eat for an appetizer or a great breakfast.
This may be the best potato skin devised. The hearty heat of crispy potato skins topped with a cool dollop of creamy smoked salmon. Try it for your next football party.
Just say no to another tuna sandwich and make this crunchy, filling, manly cake.
Who says salmon can't survive in heat? This smoked salmon thrives in a jalapeno-flavored scramble.
Got leftover potatoes? Leftover fish? Turn that duo into this tasty light lunch. Serve between two slices of bread and you know what you've got? A sandwich!