Healthy Heart Pledge, promising to add seafood to our menu at least two times per week. Today I'm back to share a delicious dish that fits beautifully into our new routine. This recipe is also part of this month's #FishFridayFoodies theme, chosen by yours truly since I'm hosting this month - fish and seafood burgers!
Here's the scenario: it's summer, the grill has been fired up over and over again, and more often than not, you wind up throwing some burgers over the flame. That's fine and dandy, but a girl's gotta have options. Maybe you're tired of regular burgers. Maybe you have a guest who doesn't eat red meat. Maybe you recently committed to a challenge that encourages you to use fish and seafood two times a week in new and exciting ways.
You get my drift. So, I challenged the other Fish Friday Foodies bloggers to create a burger using fish and/or seafood that could easily take the place of a beef burger on the grates (or in a grill pan, the stove, under the broiler, etc). I really wanted to see if we could come up with a solid resource for pescetarian burgers (as opposed to things like fish cakes and crab cakes).
Shrimp Burgers, Salmon Burgers, and Mahi Mahi Burgers—today I went with mild, white tilapia. I used the flavor components of Green Goddess dressing...fresh green herbs, anchovy, lemon, and mayo...to bring the flavor.
If you're a fan of the dressing, I hope you'll give these burgers a whirl. Be sure to check out all of the other tasty fish and seafood burger recipes created by the Fish Friday Foodies bloggers after the recipe!
A Day in the Life on the Farm, who want to add more fish and seafood to their diets.
Search hashtag #FishFridayFoodies on the third Friday of every month to see recipes based on the monthly theme.
I'm hosting this month, and I've challenged everybody to come up with some fish/seafood burger recipes. Check out all of the delicious offerings below!
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Green Goddess Fish Burgers | #FishFridayFoodiesFriday, August 19, 2016
Michiana-based food writer with a fondness for garlic, freshly baked bread, stinky cheese, dark beer, and Mexican food—who believes that immersing herself in different cultures one bite at a time is the best path to enlightenment.