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16 Foods Inspired by New England Recipes

By: Emily Ramirez, Editor, AllFreeCasseroleRecipes.com

New England is famous for a lot of things in history, but is especially known for the many delicious New England recipes. Tons of foods that you enjoy on a regular basis originated on the east coast. New England still does seafood better than most other places, so take a few tips from these New England recipes for cod, lobster, salmon and crab. Other foods that the northeast is known for are berries, maple syrup, apple cider, cheese, baked beans, subs and, of course, Boston cream pie. Imitate their authentic flavors with these 16 Foods Inspired by New England Recipes.

16 Foods Inspired by New England Recipes

New England Seafood Casserole Recipes
Lobster Dinner Recipes
Recipes for Salmon
New England Recipes for Dessert
Other New England Recipes

16 Foods Inspired by New England Recipes

New England Seafood Casserole Recipes

The first thing many people think of in association with New England recipes is seafood. New England, with its lucrative fishing industry, is especially known for their cod and crab cakes. Enjoy these New England recipes that celebrate the refreshing tastes of fish and seafood.

Buttery Crab Cake Pudding

Buttery Crab Cake Pudding (pictured)


Codfish Casserole


Cod and Bacon Chowder Casserole

 

Lobster Dinner Recipes

These lobster dinner recipes are inspired by one of the most popular foods in New England: lobster rolls. You will love how lobster tastes in these creative New England recipes for mac and cheese and pot pie.

Lobster Pot Pie

Lobster Mac and Cheese


Lobster Pot Pie (pictured)

 

Recipes for Salmon

Salmon is a very easy fish to work with in many New England recipes. The east coast is made famous by their fish, particularly their salmon. You won't be able to pass up these crowd-pleasing New England recipes for salmon.

Penne Salmon Bake

Salmon Corn Casserole


Penne Salmon Bake (pictured)

 

New England Recipes for Dessert

Those northeasterners are expert producers of blueberries, cranberries, maple syrup and apple cider. What better way to honor them than making New England recipes for dessert with these special ingredients. Other exclusive New England foods include Boston cream pie and fluffer nutter sandwiches, which originate on the east coast. Try these New England recipes that incorporate these famous foods.

Maple Walnut Blondies

Boston Cream Hokey Pokey Cake


Fluffer Nutter Bars


Blueberry Pie in a Jar


Cranberry Bliss Bars


Maple Walnut Blondies (pictured)


Apple Cider Doughnut Bread Pudding

 

Other New England Recipes

New England boasts many other dishes that are straight from the northeast. Baked beans and subs are originally from Boston and are better if you're using authentic New England recipes. Another thing that's done better in New England is cheese, particularly Vermont Cheddar.

Cornbread and Vermont Cheddar Casserole

Simple and Quick Baked Beans with Bacon


Cornbread and Vermont Cheddar Casserole (pictured)


Meatball Sub Casserole

 

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Thanks for these recipes! My family & I moved to OH because of my husband's job, but we previously lived in the Hartford, CT area (yes, beautiful old Once again, thanks.New England.) Wow, what a culture shock! Folks around here (where we live) love junk food, take-out, and plenty of ribs, beef, barbecue, and everything which (to me) seems very unhealthy. I was very happy to come across these New England recipes, especially since I didn't appreciate them when I 'actually' had access to fresh fish at my local supermarket every day while residing in CT. We took it for granted. It's difficult to find 'salt-water' fish here, and there are NO whole-belly clams to be found. Everyone here eats (& loves) Lake Erie Perch, & Walleye.... which is caught in that cesspool - "Lake Erie". Once a year, my family & I travel back to CT to visit our relatives, and to enjoy our favorite seafood at the various seafood restaurants in Old Saybrook, CT, and the other small sea towns along the seashore. What a treat it is. Once again, thanks.

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