A Wild Seafood Feast
Party prep should never get in the way of celebrating the holidays they commemorate. That’s why we’ve put together a list of five deliciously simple ways to use your seafood box come Easter Sunday, so you’re not stuck in the kitchen and can focus on what matters.
When we first made these Brown Butter Salmon Rillettes in our test kitchen, they barely lasted long enough to photograph. The perfect mix of elegance and simplicity, this dip is a surefire hit at your Easter lunch. Serve with toasted bagels for an elegant brunch or baguette slices or crackers for an excellent appetizer.
A flaky pie crust with a rich, custardy filling is a must-have at brunch (and especially at any holiday brunch). This version is decadent but sophisticated, thanks to the smoky salmon flavor and subtle spring flavor of leek.
When serving a crowd, large one-pot meals are ideal. This crab gnocchi bake is sure to wow even the pickiest attendees, and with store-bought gnocchi it’s exceedingly easy.
Fish cakes are simple, tasty, and a mix of textural delights—classic party fare. For maximum ease, prep these delicious fish cakes ahead of time and freeze until ready to fry.
Carpaccio—very thinly sliced, chilled raw fish—tastes divine when paired with plenty of citrus, and this dish comes together quickly. Serve with a big green salad and a glass of sparkling white wine.