You already know that cooking seafood is simple, and that it’s delicious and nutritious. Here are a few tips to help take the guesswork out of buying, preparing and storing seafood. Check out the simple tips below, then head to the seafood section of your local store to pick up some fish for dinner!
Uncooked and Not Frozen Seafood
Frozen Seafood (Uncooked)
The maximum recommended storage time for frozen seafood in a freezer is three to six months. Before preparing uncooked, frozen seafood, check for ice crystals or discoloration—these are signs that the fish may no longer be fresh.
Pro Tip: Having a bag of salmon fillets or tilapia is the freezer makes it easy to have seafood twice a week! And a bag of frozen shrimp in your freezer is your best friend for a FAST dinner paired with pasta, rice or salad.
Frozen Seafood (Previously Cooked)
Thawing Frozen Seafood
Information sourced from our partners at National Fisheries Institue | Dishonfish.com