SeaPak Makes Seafood Cooking a Breeze

Aug. 27, 2008
Easy-to-prepare seafood dishes add spice to a boring diet

St. Simons Island, Ga.-based SeaPak, a Rich Products Corp. brand, launches All-Natural Fish Fillets and Maryland-Style Crab Cakes.

Consumers can choose from two varieties of fish. SeaPak Herb Butter Salmon offers two hand-cut, five-ounce wild Alaskan salmon fillets, perfectly seasoned with real herb butter, white wine, fresh garlic, lemon juice and a special blend of herbs and spices. SeaPak Artichoke Pesto Tilapia features two six-ounce fillets topped with a generous mixture of finely diced artichoke hearts, roasted red peppers, garlic, fresh basil, olive oil, lemon juice, spices and Parmesan cheese. There are no additives or preservatives, they are easy to prepare and can be cooked on the oven or grill.

In addition to the fish fillets, SeaPak introduces all-natural Maryland-Style Crab Cakes. Prepared by hand using real crab meat from wild blue crabs, they are mixed with Maryland-style seasonings, all-natural mayonnaise, onions and a special mixture of bread crumbs. To top it off, a delicious aioli sauce is included in the package.

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