Shrimp Mafaldine

This recipe comes to us courtesy of Odette Williams, The Wall Street Journal columnist and cookbook author. It’s inspired by the sizzling garlic shrimp dish from her childhood memories at an Italian restaurant named Trieste. Williams tells us that the wavy ribbons of mafaldine or the curly nooks and crannies […]

Sheet Pan Salmon with Blistered Tomatillo Salsa and Beans

This is a salmon sheet pan dinner recipe that will first have you making a rustically roasted tomatillo salsa. Then you’ll cook salmon under the broiler to achieve a crisp crust. It’s an easy, simple and super satisfying dish served with creamy beans, sour cream, zippy lime juice and, to […]

Spicy Cod Puttanesca Pasta

This spin on the Naples, Italy pasta puttanesca starts off with a traditional garlicky tomato sauce that simmers to the tune of salty anchovies, briny capers and flavorful olives with a bit of heat from crushed red chili flakes. To take advantage of summer’s fresh tomatoes, this version kicks the […]

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5 Tips For Cooking Sockeye Salmon + Easy Recipe

When preparing ButcherBox’s wild-caught sockeye salmon, it’s important to remember that it is leaner than Atlantic salmon or another farm-raised salmon you may be more accustomed to, though it is still rich in healthy omega-3 fats. Sockeye salmon has a bold, pronounced flavor, but because it has more compact flesh […]

Lobster & Leeks in Vinaigrette

Max Mackinnon is a New York City-based chef and sommelier. He’s recently been holding pop-ups for his latest venture Libertine, a new all day French bistro in Manhattan’s West Village neighborhood that’s set to open in summer 2023. Mackinnon’s recipe for lobster and leeks in vinaigrette is based on the […]

Shrimp and Corn Fritters

Crispy, rich and super satisfying, these shrimp fritters combine the sweetness of shrimp and corn with the tanginess of pickles and the spicy creaminess of Old Bay-spiked mayo. If you’ve never had Old Bay, it’s a zesty seasoning often used with seafood and contains paprika, celery salt, black pepper, cayenne […]

Grilled Salmon and Corn Cobs

One of the greatest gifts of grilling is that the grill, especially a charcoal one, does most of the flavor work for you. The char, the smoke and just being outside cooking are super satisfying. In this recipe the focus is on perfectly grilled salmon filets and corn on the […]

Scallop Skewers & Avocado Salsa

Naturally sweet, scallops contain sugars that caramelize beautifully when cooked at high heat, like on the grill. They also happen to be one of the easiest types of fish to thread on a skewer, so it just seems natural to want to grill them in the summer. Just remember that […]

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5 Tips for How to Cook Salmon from Frozen

Did you know salmon cooks up fast and delicious, straight from the freezer? Even better, learning the right techniques for how to cook frozen salmon is easy. You might have a hard time picturing icy bricks of salmon turning into a warm, flaky fish dinner. Especially if you’re used to […]

Shrimp and Cucumber Ceviche on Tostadas

Bold, bright, chunky, and crunchy, these shrimp tostadas are all about the balance of fresh flavors and textures with a rich base of buttery avocado on top of homemade fried corn tortillas. If it’s been a long winter, these tostadas might just have the power to lift you out of […]

Cod and Spring Vegetable Minestrone with Ginger Pesto

There’s nothing quite like a big bowl of broth with vibrant green vegetables that can scream springtime and this soup is no exception. Along with peas and an uplifting ginger pesto this version of minestrone had ButcherBox cod that cooks directly in the broth. Though, this soup will work with […]

Shrimp, Avocado and Citrus Salad

Tender and sweet poached shrimp, rich avocado and the bright tang of lemon, lime and orange all make for a winter salad that’s like a tropical vacation sweepstakes winner salad. Because ButcherBox Shrimp are on the small side, we recommend taking the time to defrost in the fridge to get […]