This post is sponsored by Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute. I’m thrilled to be partnering with ASMI to share a series of delicious recipes highlighting sustainable, wild-caught seafood from Alaska.
When my husband and I spent time in Italy on our honeymoon, we had an amazing fritto misto in Venice. I’d never heard of the dish before, but it’s basically a variety of crispy fried seafood and vegetables served with lemon wedges and a delicious sauce for dipping—kind of like an Italian tempura. Fritto misto means “mixed fry” in Italian.
For the second recipe in my ongoing partnership with Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute, I’m thrilled to share this amazing gluten-free fritto misto made with Alaska seafood. It’s a wild caught, homemade spin on what we ate in Italy, and it’s even better than the restaurant version!