1 pound large shrimp, peeled and deveined
1 lemon, zested and juiced
1 lime, zested and juiced
3 cloves garlic, minced
3 tbsp Gustare Vita olive oil
1/4 tsp Hy-Vee cayenne pepper
1 tsp Hy-Vee salt
1 tsp Hy-Vee ground black pepper
- Prepare grill for direct heat, and heat to medium.
- Thread shrimp on skewers and place in shallow dish; set aside.
- For marinade, combine lemon and lime zest and juice, garlic, olive oil, cayenne pepper, salt and pepper. Pour marinade over shrimp skewers. Marinate 10 minutes.
- Remove shrimp from marinade, discarding marinade. Grill shrimp 3 to 4 minutes, turning once, until shrimp is pink and cooked through.
Nestled in the scenic Snake River Canyon of Buhl, Idaho, is one of largest state-of-the-art trout farms in the United States. Clear Springs Foods Rainbow Trout are raised in concrete raceways fed by natural flowing spring water. This fuels an optimal environment to deliver a consistent supply of a sustainable superfood.
Clear Springs Foods’ values and vision towards sustainability and the environment truly show in the quality of the trout they deliver each week. The company is employee-owned and the leading producer of quality rainbow trout. Hy-Vee is proud to be a longtime partner with Clear Springs Foods and to feature their rainbow trout in our fresh seafood cases. Due to their responsible farming practices and dedication to sustainability, we proudly label Clear Spring Trout with our Hy-Vee Responsible Choice brand.
Clear Springs Rainbow Trout is an excellent source of lean protein that contains both DHA and EPA omega-3 fatty acids. One 4-ounce serving of rainbow trout will provide the recommended 250 mg per day of omega-3s.
How to grill rainbow trout on a cedar plank:
|4 oz||Hy-Vee cream cheese, softened|
|½ cup||Hy-Vee plain Greek yogurt|
|3 tbsp||finely chopped red onion|
|3 tbsp||finely chopped seeded cucumber|
|2 tbsp||finely chopped fresh dill|
|½ tsp||lemon zest|
|9 oz||smoked salmon, flaked, divided|
|20 slice(s)||cocktail rye bread|
|Finely chopped chives|
In a small bowl, mix together cream cheese and Greek yogurt until smooth. Stir in red onion, cucumber, capers, dill and lemon zest. Gently fold in about 2 ounces flaked salmon.
To serve, top rye bread with remaining flaked smoked salmon, cream cheese mixture and finely chopped chives.
Hy-Vee is featuring Rebel Salmon this week in stores. Rebel Fish believes that pairing the freshest fish with bold, flavorful and culinary-inspired seasoning rubs, customers will be inspired to try new flavors and enjoy fish in a new way.
Check out this mouth-watering recipe for Cilantro Lime Spiced Salmon Tostadas from Rebel Fish:
The unofficial start to summer is here! Check out this video demonstrating an easy — and delicious — way to prepare salmon on your grill.
Did you know that some species of tuna can swim up to 43 miles per hour? Tuna migrate vast distances, crossing oceans around the world to feed and repopulate. Tuna also cross the globe to end up on our plates! The fish accounts for 8% of all globally traded seafood and are one of the most commercially valuable fish on the planet. In fact, tuna represents more than one-third of the total seafood consumed in the US. It’s no wonder the United Nations deemed May 2 World Tuna Day. A day to celebrate these magnificent fish, their contribution to food security across the globe, and the need to conserve tuna fisheries.
Hy-Vee acknowledges the importance of these fish and has committed to improving its sourcing to drive positive change in global tuna supply chains. In 2017 Hy-Vee expanded its Seafood Procurement Policy to include shelf-stable tuna and in 2018 announced its achievement to transition 100 percent of its private label shelf-stable tuna products to responsible sources. Now, Hy-Vee is voicing its dedication to supporting a more transparent tuna trade through examining the practice of transshipment at sea.
What is Transshipment at Sea?
Transshipment at sea is broadly defined as the transfer of fish, supplies, or other cargo between ships. When properly regulated and monitored, transshipment lowers operational costs while reducing the amount of time needed for seafood products to reach consumers. However, at-sea transshipment is often conducted on the high seas where monitoring and oversight is minimal, resulting in increased risk of unsustainable or unethical activities such as illegal fishing or labor abuses.
What is Hy-Vee Doing About Transshipment at Sea?
On May 14, 2019, Hy-Vee expanded its Seafood Procurement Policy yet again to include best practices for at-sea transshipment of tuna. The new policy, developed in partnership with FishWise, a nonprofit sustainable seafood consultancy, demonstrates Hy-Vee’s ongoing commitment to provide customers with environmentally sustainable and socially responsible tuna. The policy includes specific components to support increased monitoring and transparency, improve worker protections, combat illegal fishing practices, and encourage oversight by fishery management organizations.
“Hy-Vee’s at-sea transshipment policy sets an important precedent for seafood buyers to follow and exemplifies the positive impact retailers can have on global fishing practices,” said Jen Cole, project director of social responsibility at FishWise. “Hy-Vee has been clear about its efforts to improve traceability and social responsibility within its seafood supply chains and this is another leap in that direction.”
The journey of a tuna fish – from the ocean to your plate – is complex and includes many people and companies along the way. Hy-Vee is dedicated to sourcing tuna from transparent supply chains that support the responsible management of tuna fisheries for generations to come.
Wild-caught Alaskan Pollock hail from the icy waters of Alaska, and its lean, snowy-white meat, delicate texture and mild flavor make it an extremely versatile and healthy seafood choice.
It’s high in protein and a great source of omega-3s – which both benefit health. From source to plate, Responsible Choice Wild Alaska Pollock is one of the most abundant and sustainable species on the planet.
Participating Hy-Vee stores will be sampling Wild Alaskan Pollock Trident Cuts this week: Friday, May 3 from 3-7 p.m. and Saturday May 4 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Dish on Fish is an excellent seafood blog where you can explore new seafood recipes and learn relevant, relatable and easy-to-understand health and nutrition information about seafood. Hy-Vee is a partner of the National Fisheries Institute, which sponsors the blog and encourages Americans to eat seafood at least twice a week, as recommended by the US Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
Seafood is a vital part of a healthy diet. Hy-Vee strives to provide customers with high-quality, Responsible Choice seafood and our Seafoodies blog provides detailed information and tips. We want to share Dish on Fish with you so you can find more resources, tips and recipes to help you enjoy seafood and reap its benefits.
From Dish on Fish:
You’ve probably heard a lot about the importance of omega-3’s – because this fatty acid is the key to everything – from good skin and strong brain and eye health to a better overall mood! With seafood, getting your omega-3’s is as easy as 1-2-3.
What are omega-3s?
Because our bodies on their own cannot make omega-3s, it is essential we get these healthy fatty acids from our food. Health professionals recommend we take in anywhere from 250 to 1,000 mg of the omega-3s EPA and DHA per day. Unfortunately, the current average intake by Americans is only about 90 mg/day. In order to meet the recommended U.S. Dietary Guidelines, people are encouraged to eat at least two servings of seafood each week, which will help build up their omega-3 levels.
How do omega-3s benefit me?
Omega-3s provide us with a whole laundry list of health benefits. Here are some of the key advantages.
- Promoting Brain Health – Seafood provides docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), a type of omega-3 that is essential for brain development and function, since it helps neurons trigger and cells regenerate. DHA is important for the brain—from prenatal development to the aging brain. Since our bodies do not make omega-3s, it is critical that pregnant women, breastfeeding moms and young children get DHA from fish in their diets regularly, for optimal brain and eye development in babies and youngsters. Also, studies have shown that omega-3s may be helpful weapons in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease.
- Fighting Depression – Omega-3s can have mood-boosting effects on the brain that, in turn, can help ease symptoms of depression. Research has shown that the fatty acids found in seafood, particularly EPA, can help combat depressionand benefit those with mood disorders. This also applies to post-partum depression. Studies have shown that a diet rich in omega-3s can help reduce the risk of baby blues.
- Reducing Risk of Premature Birth – Premature birth is a critical global health issue, with an estimated 15 million babies born too early each year. Studies have shown that when pregnant women increase their daily intake of omega-3s, it can help lower the risk of having a baby prematurely by as much as 11%. Adding EPA and DHA to the diet of a pregnant woman also can have a positive effect on the visual and cognitive development of the baby.
- Supporting Eye Health – Omega-3s may help reduce the risk of developing problems with vision (such as macular degeneration) as we age. Foods containing DHA, like seafood, help support our eyes’ retinal development and our overall eye health.
- Enhancing Skin – The omega-3 fatty acid EPA may help promote the skin’s oil production, as well as skin hydration. Eating the recommended 2-3 servings of seafood each week can help cell membranes hold water, which results in softer and smoother skin.
Looking for a recipe that embraces all of the amazing health benefits we just talked about? Try cooking up salmon, one of the most nutrient-dense foods that packs a boatload of heart-healthy omega-3s. These quick and easy Grilled Salmon Skewers should do the trick!
Grilled Salmon Skewers
Servings: 2 each for 2 people
For the skewers:
- 3/4 pound salmon, cut into 1-inch squares
- 1 large lemon, thinly sliced
- 8 (10-inch) bamboo skewers (will use two skewers per serving, with two servings per person)
For the marinade:
- 1 tbsp parsley, freshly chopped
- 1 large garlic clove, pressed
- 1/4 tbsp Dijon mustard
- 1/4 tsp salt
- Pinch of black pepper
- 1 tbsp light olive oil (not extra virgin; pick something with a higher smoke point)
- 1 tbsp fresh lemon juice
- Prep: Soak bamboo skewers in water for at least 1 hour to keep them from catching fire. Preheat grill to medium heat (about 375˚ F).
- In a medium bowl, stir together all of the marinade ingredients.
- Double skewer the salmon and lemon slices, folding them in half and spearing them onto two skewers one at a time. (The double skewer aids in turning the salmon kebobs on the grill.) Brush both sides of skewered salmon with the marinade.
- Oil the grates on the grill, then carefully place salmon skewers onto the hot grill. Grill skewers for 3-4 minutes per side or until salmon is cooked through and opaque.