Fish & seafood recipes

Here is a collection of vintage fish and seafood recipes — including ways to prepare shellfish, oysters, clams and various types of fish. We also have lots more recipes available! See the full listing here.

Oven crusty fish recipe (1967)

Oven crusty fish Crisp with Kellogg's Corn Flake Crumbs ... bright with Tabasco pepper sauce Ingredients 1 egg 1 tablespoon water 3/4 teaspoon Tabasco brand pepper sauce 1/2 teaspoon salt 1-1/2 pounds ... Read more...

Fish steaks, Hunt’s-style (1961)

Fish Steaks -- Hunt Style recipe The modern way to cook with tomato... just pour in Hunt’sauce for fabulous fish steaks Ingredients 1/3 cup Wesson, pure vegetable oil 1/4 cup chopped onion 1/2 cup ch... Read more...

Tuna Crunch Casserole recipe (1968)

To make a Tuna Crunch Casserole, you need 11 ingredients. 6 of them are in here: Campbell's Cream of Mushroom Soup Tuna Crunch Casserole recipe Ingredients 1 can cream of mushroom soup 1/2 cup milk ... Read more...

Tuna Fritters with Cheese Sauce (1959)

Cheese sauce in 3 minutes... and tuna fritters New ideas for Lent! Real homemade Imagine! Your own homemade cheese sauce in 3 minutes. No flour or shortening needed because of Carnation's double richness. D... Read more...

Tuna dreamboats (1958)

Individual tuna dreamboats recipe New Lenten delight: Individual tuna dreamboats baked in Reynolds Wrap Stuffed bell peppers with tuna 6 large green (bell) peppers 1 large can evaporated milk 1/2 teasp... Read more...

How to make green butter (1912)

Green butter For green butter, which is delicious with weakfish, use two teaspoonfuls of chopped green peppers, one scant teaspoonful of minced chives and the juice from a quarter of lemon for every quarter ... Read more...

How to shell shrimp (1904)

To shell shrimps It may seem trifling to those who know how to do it, to say anything about shelling shrimps, but there is a right way and a wrong way and it is surely worth while to practice the former. ... Read more...

6 tasty ways to prepare rice (1912)

Some valuable suggestions in preparing rice Apparently few of us know what appetizing and wholesome dishes may be made of rice. Not every housewife seems aware of the fact that with very little effort an ordin... Read more...

10 oyster recipes (1882)

How to cook oysters Prepared for the Daily Bulletin by Mr John Wheeler 1. Panned oysters Take a can, drain them and see that no bits of shells adhere to the oysters. Put them into a hot pan containing a tabl... Read more...

Oyster bisque recipe (1893)

Oyster bisque (1893) #ratingval# from #reviews# reviews Print Recipe Type: Soup Ingredients 1 quart oysters 4 cups milk Juice of one lemon 2 eggs, the yolks only 2 tabl... Read more...

Smelts with oyster forcemeat (1918)

Smelts with oyster forcemeat Choose fine, large smelts of uniform size. Slit with a sharp knife, remove the backbone and fill with a dressing made from equal parts of bread crumbs and finely-minced oysters. ... Read more...

3 recipes for fish with sauces (1911)

Fish with appropriate sauces Halibut a la Creole For family of eight, take a piece of halibut weighing three or four pounds and put in a roasting pan with a large piece of butter, after having seasoned the di... Read more...

Clam chowder recipe (1916)

Clam Chowder Wash fifty clams thoroughly and put them in a pot with half a pint of water; when the shells are open they are done. Take them from the shells and chop fine, saving all the clam water for the chow... Read more...

Christmas dinner: Fish & turkey

A Christmas Dinner Ellice Serena gives a menu no man will complain of Boiled Fish Clean the fish thoroughly and see that every particle of blood is removed. Do not let the fish lie in water longer than n... Read more...

Oyster soup (1892)

Oyster soup recipe For the oyster soup, take two quarts of prime oysters. Turn them into a colander and place over a stew pan large enough at the top to catch all the liquor that drops from the colander. ... Read more...

Recipes for preparing fish (1912)

Submitted by A. C. Jochmus, Pacific Grove Boiled A general rule for boiling fish is to use fish weighing not less than three pounds. Boil in a fish kettle covered with boiling salted water, simmering gently e... Read more...

Fish timbales & Fish mold recipes (1918)

Fish, fortunately, is available to most people in some form. If not fresh -- canned, smoked or salted fish can usually be procured. Either canned fish or fish left from the boiled, baked, or broiled fish of a p... Read more...

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