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Posts tagged: Seafood

Thai Tuna Noodle Salad

This refreshing Thai Tuna Noodle Salad comes to us from MasterChef Canada contestant, John Leung! Back in March, John Leung hosted a fun cook along for our Culinary Club members and taught us how to make a delicious Singapore Satay Party. Now he's back with this super easy to make...

Beer Batter Fish & Chips

This beer batter fish & chips recipe uses Polar Park's Tropic Tundra IPA (available in our Polar Park 4-pack) for a batter bursting with flavour. It's so easy to make with the perfect texture of crispy batter and big flaky cod inside. Bessie's wild-caught cod is mild and great for picking up flavours from the herbs, spices,...

Spicy Mayo & Shoyu Poke

This super simple, quick and easy poke recipe will have your mouth watering for more! Submitted by a Bessie customer, this poke is a great for a quick and easy meal. We've got 2 kinds of poke for you that you can throw on top of rice with your favourite...

Recipe: Soy Miso Tuna Sashimi

Raw tuna with a soy miso flavour you will love. From our research, we found that eating sashimi can be traced back to the 14th century and gained popularity in 17th century Japan! Normally, it is served with wasabi, ginger, soy sauce and/or ponzu.

Recipe: Poached Salmon with Herb and Caper Vinaigrette

Poached salmon in less than 30 minutes. With a few tweaks (adding alcohol, reducing the amount of poaching liquid, and resting the salmon on lemons). We suggest sharing this with your loved ones and making adjustments where you see fit (we know capers aren't for everyone). 

Recipe: Salmon Ceviche with Dill

Barton Seaver is a chef, author and speaker who is at the forefront of sustainable seafood. You can find his love of food, community and sustainability in his books: Where There's Smoke: Simple, Sustainable, Delicious Grilling and Fish: Recipes from the Sea. This no-cook salmon ceviche is delicious.

Recipe: Salmon Poke

Micki makes incredible food look easy. Micki sees the value of using natural food for good health. Her and her partner use healthy food as a form of preventative medicine—meat quality is everything. Get a health-packed meal started and finished in minutes, so you can focus on what matters...quality time!