Fish Fixe Spice Blend is a SEA-mingly simple, balanced blend of spices that can help heighten the flavor of so many dishes.  While our Resident Chef, Melissa, created it for fish, she’s found herself adding it to, well, a ship-load of other dishes. 

 Here are 7 ways you can use your Fish Fixe Seasoning:

Veggie Omelet: Whisk together eggs with your favorite breakfast vegetables (peppers, onions, broccoli, etc) and add to a hot pan, sprinkle Fish Fixe seasoning on top.  The black pepper, salt, onion, garlic and celery salt will bring out the flavors of the vegetables and give your omelet a salty and savory flavor. 

Toss it on a Greek Salad: Skip adding the traditional salt + pepper to your Greek Salad and opt to top it off with Fish Fixe Seasoning.  Pairing this salty blend with tomatoes, olives and feta is the perfect combination.

Avocado Toast: Dress up your avocado toast per your preference but finish it off with a light coating of the Fish Fixe Spice Blend.  Try diced jalapeno, cilantro and a squeeze of lime.  You’ll find you’ve enhanced your Avocado Toast to Guacamole-level! 🥑

Homemade Mac + Cheese: Save some of your kid’s mac and cheese for yourself, and spice it up with Fish Fixe Seasoning.  It will take a traditional taste to a different level.  Our favorite homemade Mac + Cheese uses a combination of cheddar, romano and asiago.

Homemade Pizza Crust: If you haven’t cooked pizza on the grill, now is the time.  Simply add Fish Fixe seasoning to your olive oil, and paint it directly onto the uncooked pizza crust.  It will seriously up the ante on your everyday pizza.  We love to cook our pizzas on the grill and load it up with roasted vegetables. 

Roasted Potatoes: It’s hard to go wrong when seasoning roasted vegetables, but if you need to do it in a pinch and want flavor on flavor, toss your potatoes in olive oil and Fish Fixe seasoning, and you’ll be done before you can say hot potato.

Panko Crusted Haddock: If you want to go back to the Spice Blend’s roots, add it to a panko crusted haddock.  Mix the spice blend into the panko crust.  Don’t skip on adding Dijon mustard to the egg wash either!