Please see below for some simple ideas on pairings for the various Seafood items we make!
Bacon Wrapped Scallops
Pairs well with: A very tangy Cocktail sauce, also does excellent drizzled with Maple Syrup for the last couple minutes of baking.
Breaded Cod Cakes
Pairs well with: Your favourite tartar sauce, shredded cabbage coleslaw and served on or off a bun.
Pairs well with:
Sockeye Dill Burgers
On a bun with a Tomato Relish, Garlic Aioli, Lettuce and Onions.
Also serves exquisitely without a bun and sided with Tzatziki, Rice Pilaf and Greek Salad.Sockeye WellingtonPairs well with:
A simple garden salad. Easy!Spot Prawn TailsPairs well with:
Garlic and Butter to start, serves great with Rice or Salad. Compliments any white creamy Pasta. Cooked King or Sidestripe Shrimp MeatPairs well with:
Thawed and served cold with Cocktail Sauce, also works great warmed gently and added to any creamy alfredo Pasta.
Careful not to overcook as the shrimps have been cooked to perfection already.Lingcod Fillets, Halibut Fillets or CheeksPairs well with:
The base for fish tacos, served with fresh shredded Cabbage, diced Red Onions and a Garlic Cilantro Aioli sauce. Sockeye or Coho FilletsPairs well with:
Bake the fillet with any variety of bastes - our favourites include the following combinations:
-Soy Sauce, Fresh Garlic, Fresh Ginger, Honey, Oyster Sauce and a splash of Rice Vinegar.
-Greek Yogurt, Fresh/Dried Dill, Fresh/Dried Garlic, Dijon Mustard, Honey and a pinch of Salt.
Also makes great sushi!Albacore Tuna LoinsPairs well with:
Basted with a combination of Greek Yogurt, Fresh Dill, Parmesan Cheese and Dijon Mustard. Wrapped in tinfoil and baked to medium.Cold Smoked Albacore Tuna Loins
Pairs well with: Sliced thin and served on crackers with a combination of Cream Cheese and Red Pepper Jelly.
Tataki (Seared) Albacore Tuna Loins
Pairs well with: The perfect compliment to any combination of sushi rolls you'd like to make.