Fried, Grilled, Dipped & Delicious: Southern Seafood Favorites
Delicious seafood dishes and all the fixins’ are a treat any day of the week and any time of year. Whether you prefer your fish fried, grilled, dipped in a creamy tartar sauce, nestled alongside coleslaw, or served with a heaping helping of mac ‘n cheese, you’ll find all the best recipes here just waiting to satisfy.
Dig into this hot and fresh po-boy. Or, forego the French bread, add a squeeze of lemon, and dip catfish into the Blue Plate mayo and hot sauce mixture.
Swap out chicken for tilapia (or another firm fish filet), brush with
, coat with the Panko & spice mixture, and fry till golden. Yum! Blue Plate Go Bold Chipotle Lime Sauce
Marinated in a creamy mixture of avocado, Blue Plate mayo, and seasonings, red snapper on the grill benefits from big flavor + the non-stick power of mayo.
Shrimp Salad Po-Boy – Shrimp salad is served on French bread in the style of po-boy sandwiches, “dressed” with lettuce, tomato, mayonnaise and dill pickle.
Fried Shrimp Po-Boy – One fried shrimp po-boy coming right up! – A classic! Or forego the French bread, add a squeeze of lemon, and start dipping your fried catfish. Catfish Po-Boy Dipping Sauces
Tartar Sauce – Quick and easy, this sauce offers a hint of cayenne, making it perfect for dipping fried fish or dressing a po-boy.
A close cousin to Sriracha Comeback Sauce, this one features Blue Plate mayo, ketchup, Worcestershire sauce and seasonings. Pink Fry Sauce –
– A Mississippi favorite for dipping boiled or fried seafood, this Comeback sauce doubles as a great salad dressing. Sriracha Comeback Sauce – In Louisiana, remoulade is a staple at any fish fry or seafood meal. Louisiana-Style Remoulade Sauce Delicious Sides
Nothing quenches your thirst during a fish fry like a pitcher of sweet tea.
bags make it a cinch to enjoy. Luzianne family-size iced sweet tea