Cooking does not come naturally to me. Cooking seafood is definitely at the top of things I don’t really know how to do. Sam’s Club must know me well because they are hosting the “Seafood to Savor” program. They want to help you add seafood to your dinnertime menus with seven weeks of easy meal solutions. Notice I said “EASY” meal solutions. That has my name all over it! Especially since though I don’t gook seafood often it is one of my husbands favorites!
Seafood recipes range from classics like Fish & Chips to soon to be family favorites like Italian swai and Parmesan tilapia. All the recipes are easy to prepare any day of the week. A full schedule of events is below. Not a Sam’s Club member, but want to try a recipe? Click through to their website download a free one day membership pass. Chances are you’ll want to sign up for a full year right away!
We created one of their meals at home and it was a hit!
Crab Cakes and Veggies Dinner
Daily Chef® Crab Cakes are made with sustainably harvested jumbo lump crab meat. Just heat and serve with a side of Green Giant® Broccoli and Cheese Steamers. Don’t forget the dipping sauce!
Whisk together ½ cup mayonnaise, ½ cup sour cream, 1 Tbsp. pickle relish and 1 tsp. Tone’s® lemon pepper seasoning and chill for a minimum of 30 minutes.
Sadly I was unable try the crab cakes as I was follow a very specific program. However my husband enjoyed them for dinner and again for lunch. They were so easy to make since they go from freezer to the oven. The dip was super simple and any veggie can complete this meal.
Sample delicious seafood at Sam’s Club® every weekend from February 27 – April 11. Just look for the demo cart in your local Sam’s Club freezer section and grab your sample! Along with tasty bites of the featured recipe, demo associates will be handing out a recipe guide with complete instructions on how to make them. This week you can sample the yummy crab cakes pictured above.
Which recipe are you most interesting in taste testing?
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Lunchbox. All opinions are my own.