Complete Your Morey’s Meal Event

Morey’s marinated fillets can easily become the centerpiece of any meal, from a quick weeknight dinner to a big family event. Now you can round out your meal idea with the perfect side dish or wine pairing with these delicious recipes and wine suggestions.

Bake, Grill or Layer the Perfect Side Dish
Veggie Fries
Looking for a crunchy, sizzling and lighter option than take-out? fries? Try your favorite vegetables! From Chipotle Cornmeal Green Bean Fries, to Parmesan Zucchini Fries, all you need is an oven and the seasoned breading of your choice for a flavorful and crispy side dish. Recipes Here

Grilled Asparagus SpearsNovember2014_blog
Lightly charred veggies have a bold flavor to stand up to the sweet, smoky taste of Morey’s Wood Roasted Wild Salmon. If you’re a fan of asparagus, brush the stalks with olive oil and season and grill to your liking. Check out this recipe for asparagus that will send your family lining up for seconds, thirds and fourths.

Roasted Potatoes
Warm up your taste buds and try this recipe for roasted potatoes alongside one of Morey’s delicious ready-to-cook entrées. Use quartered red potatoes in a sizzling hot cast-iron skillet. Add in onion, olive oil, rosemary and your favorite seasonings, and you’ll have the perfect potatoes to add to your Morey’s meal.

Tilapia Pasta Salad
Combine the Lemon Pepper Tilapia, with a refreshing pasta salad for a light and nutritious dinner or lunch. Layers of cooked rice noodles or whole grains are covered with the greens of your choice. The warm tilapia rests on top, heating the greens while a drizzle of your favorite salad dressing adds the finishing touches to a delightful meal.

Pour a glass, or two
As a general rule, white wine pairs well with most fish, but certain white wines go better with certain types of fish.

If you’re enjoying a lean and flaky fish like Morey’s Seasoned Grill Tilapia, look for a zesty and refreshing white to balance the more delicate fish flavor. The website Wine Folly recommends a Champagne or White Bordeaux.

However, if you choose a more meaty fish like Garlic Cracked Pepper Wild Pacific Salmon or Pineapple Mango Mahi Mahi, choose a wine pairing that goes with the steak-like texture. Rich white wines with lots of flavor and even a few red and rosé wines can do the trick. Try an Oaked Chardonnay, Dry Rosé or White Pinot Noir – your guests will welcome such a refreshing meal idea.

Thinking about a small tasting before dinner? Richly smoked fishes like Morey’s Wild Smoked Salmon Chunks are a little drier and need wine pairings that quench them. A Rosé Sparkling, Dry Riesling or White Pinot Noir will start your event on a high note.

Looking for more wine pairings? Visit Wine Folly for more great ideas, and even the perfect drink to go with our Fish Taco recipe.

Morey’s has several marinated options to fit your taste buds and side dish ideas. Check them all out on Moreys.com and tell us if you have a great seafood meal idea by submitting a recipe. We’re always looking for new and creative ways to prepare our delicious and nutritious products. Enjoy!

Sources:
http://www.oprah.com/food/What-to-Serve-with-Salmon
http://www.livestrong.com/article/530522-dinner-ideas-with-tilapia-fillets/
http://www.cookinglight.com/food/in-season/what-to-eat-right-now-pacific-salmon/our-favorite-salmon-flavor-combinations
http://winefolly.com/tutorial/wine-with-fish-pairing-guide/
http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/grilled-asparagus-spears-recipe.html

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