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April Meal Plan: Seafood Recipes for Passover and Easter That Will Satisfy the Whole Family

Seafood Recipes for Passover and Easter

Happy April, seafoodies! 

We are so excited about the fresh seafood flavors of spring! Many of you will be celebrating Easter or Passover this month and focusing on family and food! It’s so special when you can get into the kitchen and turn out celebratory meals that will help create memories. We’ve put together an April meal plan that includes fresh ingredients with seafood as the star. And these seafood recipes for Passover and Easter come together so very quickly!

We think you’ll love these ideas and also feel good knowing that eating a variety of seafood can improve your health! One of the recipes in the meal plan features rainbow trout. If you aren’t very familiar with trout, some varieties that we eat may have been raised in the pure Patagonian lakes of Chile, the crystal-clear waters of Lake Titicaca in the Andes, or the Snake River in Idaho.

Having more than one delicious feast this holiday season will be no problem. Our April meal plan covers all the bases, with options for breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner. All that’s left to do is gather everyone and set the table.

Enjoy our Seafood Recipes for Passover and Easter!

Breakfast: Spicy Shrimp Omelet

A protein-packed breakfast with a pop of spice is the perfect way to start your morning! 

Seafood Recipes for Passover and Easter

Source: Tasteaholics. Get the recipe here.

Breakfast: Crème Fraîche Scrambled Egg & Smoked Salmon Sandwiches

A real breakfast-sandwich game changer – the perfectly smoked salmon takes these eggs to the next level.

Seafood Recipes for Passover and Easter

Source: The Kitchn. Get the recipe here.

Snack: Baked Seafood Dip with Crab, Shrimp & Veggies

You won’t be able to tear yourself away from this mouthwatering seafood dip.

Seafood Recipes for Passover and Easter

Source: Peas and Crayons. Get the recipe here.

Snack: Salmon Rillettes

This quick-and-easy salmon spread is not only delicious, but also kosher for Passover – it’s simply amazing on matzo!

Seafood Recipes for Passover and Easter

Source: Martha Stewart. Get the recipe here.

Side or Lunch: Tuna, Kale & Egg Salad

Get your greens and your protein with this healthy and easy-to-make tuna salad!

Seafood Recipes for Passover and Easter

Source: Joy the Baker. Get the recipe here.

Lunch: New EnglandStyle Clam Chowder

Creamy, cozy and chock-full of flavor! This original Dish on Fish recipe will be your new go-to for authentic clam chowder. 

Seafood Recipes for Passover and Easter - December Meal Plan: The Feast of the Seven Fishes

Source: Dish on Fish. Get the recipe here.

Lunch or Dinner: Matzo Meal-Crusted Trout

Give this trout a try and it will surely be a new Passover favorite – perfectly seasoned and crispy all over.

Seafood Recipes for Passover and Easter - Matzo meal crusted trout

Source: Food & Wine. Get the recipe here.

Dinner: Crispy Oven-Baked Fish & Chips

On Fish Friday, the kids won’t be the only ones asking for more of these crispy, one-pan fish and chips.

Seafood Recipes for Passover and Easter - crispy oven baked fish and chips

Source: Laughing Spatula. Get the recipe here.

Dinner: Cedar-Planked Salmon with Blistered Tomatoes and Basil

This fresh, smoky salmon will be the star of your Easter dinner – and it’s ready in less than 30 minutes!

Seafood Recipes for Passover and Easter - Cedar-Planked Salmon with Blistered Tomatoes and Basil

Source: Fire and Flavor. Get the recipe here.

Dinner: Moroccan Fish in Spicy Tomato Sauce

Impress your family with this special taste of Moroccan cuisine. You can’t go wrong with the amazing herbs and spices that give this tasty fish so much additional flavor.

Seafood Recipes for Passover and Easter - Moroccan Fish in Spicy Tomato Sauce

Source: Veena Azmanov. Get the recipe here.

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