Low Prices on Seafood

Seafood The Quality of Iconic Fish Markets, at Our Famously Low Prices

About our Seafood Road Shows:

What is a WinCo Foods Seafood Road Show? Imagine the iconic fish markets of some of the most wonderful coastal communities in the nation – with their fresh selection, low prices and smiles as they serve each customer; then picture that inside our employee-owned store.

Low prices, quality, selection, recipes, ideas and more – all focused around seafood, that is a WinCo Foods Road Show, coming to a store near you.

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Friday – Sunday, September 5th – 7th

Seafood Road Show
    • Store 113: Las Vegas, NV
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Seafood Recipes, featuring savings found at WinCo Foods:

Need ideas or tips on how to serve or prepare seafood? Ask any of our local employee owners working the seafood area, or pickup a recipe card from our fresh seafood counter. Each of our stores has a seafood expert, we’re here to work for you and love doing so!

Alaskan-Cod-Torta
Recipe: Philly Roll Tacos
with Wasabi Cream
  • Serves: 8
  • Great for family night
  • Featuring Alaskan Salmon
Alaska-Cod-Quesadilla
Recipe: Alaska Sockeye Salmon with Molasses Marmalade Glaze
  • Serves: 4 – 6
  • Delicious marmalade
  • Featuring Alaskan Salmon
Smoky-Seared-Alaska-Cod
Recipe: Alaska Sockeye Salmon with Chipotle Honey Glaze
  • Serves: 4 – 6
  • Ready in about 30 min
  • Featuring Alaskan Salmon

 

Seafood Cooking Tips:

Pan-frying is fast and easy. Remember the 10-minute rule: For every inch of thickness, pan-fry for 10 minutes.

Suggestions for Pan-frying Success

Measure fish at the thickest part to estimate cooking time. If ends are thin, fold them under for even cooking. Coat fillets in seasoned flour, cornmeal or bread crumbs and shake off the excess. Heat butter, margarine or oil until very hot, but not smoking. Add fish to pan leaving space between fillets. Cook over medium to medium-high heat for half the cooking time. Turn fish; continue cooking until fish begin to flake with a fork.

Pan-Frying Hints

• Clarified butter or margarine works best when pan-frying because it burns less easily.
• If the pan is not preheated, the fish will stick to the pan.
• Drain pan-fried fish by placing it on a paper towel before serving.