3 Seafood Recipes Bursting With Canadian Pride

There are plenty of things that make us proud to live and work in Canada—not the least of which is our fantastic selection of sustainable seafood.

There are plenty of things that make us proud to live and work in Canada—not the least of which is our fantastic selection of sustainable seafood.

And whether you’re from one coast or another, or somewhere in between, that seafood is best served in some of these mouthwatering Canadian cuisine staples.

Nova Scotia Lobster Roll

Find the softest white bun you can get your hands on and fill it to the brim with the meat of one of the richest, most luxurious shellfish available today, and you’ve got yourself a bona fide Nova Scotia Lobster Roll. Any recipe that calls for more than mayo, lemon juice and some simple herbs and spices is leading you astray!

West Coast Fish Chowder

It doesn’t get much more west coast than a bowl of hot seafood chowder. We love this recipe that calls for seafood commonly found around Vancouver Island. Done in under an hour, it combines salmon and rockfish with hearty potatoes, carrots and chopped kale. Make your time in the kitchen even more efficient by using wild-caught Gold Seal sockeye or pink salmon, packed with protein and certified sustainable.

Hot Smoked Sockeye Salmon with Charred Orange and Maple Syrup

Salmon and maple syrup? Yes, please. Two of the most quintessentially Canadian ingredients come together deliciously in this simple recipe that’s worth the extra time. Be sure to choose Ocean Wise sockeye salmon fillets to serve your family or guests, ensuring your seafood is sustainable and the best choice for both you and our oceans.