here is a copycat recipe for the cheesecake factory's herb crusted salmon. this tastes amazing and is great for any holiday occasion too! enjoy.
another sri lankan recipe from chamaine solomon posted after a request from another member. i have had to miss one ingredient from the list as the site does not recognise it, but 1 strip of daun pandan or rampe leaf needs to be added to the other ingredi
dh and i enjoyed this recipe from williams-sonoma last night very much. we cooked in our stovetop grill pan. the recipe made more spice rub than was needed to coat the steaks so we heavily applied. we found that this overpowered the dish a bit, so i wo
this recipe is based on another recipe i found on the internet. i made a few changes and added my own touches. it does take a long time, but it produces the richest flavor possible! i made a double batch of this last night and had 12 people over for dinne
i found this recipe online, the blue heaven is a fantastic key west restaurant that i used to frequent, eat outside with roosters running around you, a great tire swing in the yard...it's a kind of eclectic (young hippy-like) restaurant with award winning
muskellunge (also known as muskie or musky) are large freshwater fish of north america. they are the largest member of the pike family, and are primarily found in the great lakes region. cooking time is approximate based on the size of the fish. from th
this recipe is adapted from a cookbook entitled best recipes of michigan inns and restaurants by margaret e. guthrie. this is a menu item served at arie's cafe in plainwell, michigan. if you ever find yourself in southwest michigan, do yourself a favor
steaming fish with veggies in individual packages is not only healthy, it makes assembly and cleanup a breeze. you can use foil in place of the parchment paper. orlando sentinel, 2/2010. i like to add herbs to this; dill if cooking salmon, other fresh
this is quick and easy to make. low fat and loaded with protien. very yummy.
i saw these on the food network today and instantly looked for the recipe!! couldn't find it here, so i'm posting it! courtesy of alan nowell as seen on paula's best dishes.
this dish is inspired by the sweet and savory combination of moroccan-style seasoning. preparation time does not include marination time.
my mom wasn't a great chef, any recipe of her's i can do way better!
growing up in the boston area, a saturday night favorite at restaurants was baked stuffed shrimp. this dish is light and delicious and the trick is to bake the shrimp in a glass pie dish, not on a dark cookie sheet -they come out much more juicy. also,
i found the basis for this one on allrecipe's but due to my family's preferences and ingredients i had in the house, i changed the original recipe and came up with this one and we loved it!!! you can use any mild white fish for this one but we use thin f
this is one of those recipes that caught my eye. it was recently published in our local newspaper. i haven't actually prepared it yet. plan to do so this weekend. it is quick and sounds full of flavor and spice.
my "mystery scallops" have appeared! (i thought i lost this recipe for a bit!!!) karen says i'm a crazy woman mixing the morgan with the habaneros. i always knew i was crazy, but this is good!
swai is a relatively new fish in the meat counters of my area of the country. while shopping at sam’s, i saw the bags of frozen swai fillets and they looked so good that i decided to buy them even though i did not know what the heck a swai was. i think
recently baby kato published a recipe for crusty baked chicken using potato flakes as the coating and i thought i'll bet this would be great on fish too. from that came this recipe. thanks baby kato--i hope you try this recipe.
mulate's restaurant in new, orleans takes a novel approach with jambalaya, utilizing catfish as the main ingredient. the recipe is quite easy. try this out for your next mardi gras party, and you will surely get praise for being unique and creative. th
perfect for the grill . . . the delicate fish grills on squares of foil over indirect heat for moist results.
from ww magazine.
not core, but very low in points just the same! 3 points per serving. submitted by deafjrt
i found this recipe on the eating well website amongst the diabetic friendly recipes. it's supposed to be an appetizer but i served it over a nice salad as a cool, refreshing summer dinner. we loved it. the shrimp are super simple to prepare and they t
we love to have this out on the back porch in the summer if the mosquitoes aren't hungrier than we are! you, of course, can have it anytime of year you want. very simple and clean flavors. a green salad, crusty garlic bread, and crisp white wine make a cl
i've had the recipe for many years and it always receives raves and recipe requests. it has a tantalizing oriental flavor. colorful, elegant, and easy to prepare. i tend to cut down on the orzo and increase more of the
nayarit is a state on the pacific coast of mexico where seafood is abundant and the flavors are ample. these stuffed chilies are a popular local appetizer. the sweet mango and the spiciness of the poblano chiles pair really well in this recipe. this dish
from www.topsecretrecipes.com. i am posting this in a response to a request. i found this on a copy-cat site. i hope this is the one!
hoooo, baby! pure self-indulgence! time does not include 1+ hour marination.
this is a recipe from a restaurant in islamorada, florida that my husband and i went to on our 25th wedding anniversary. twice. in two days....because it was that good. this recipe is identical to what we ate, as i was lucky enough to find it in a book
this is my version of a recipe from a favorite seafood restaurant in anchorage, alaska. it's pretty close. this recipe is amazing with your favorite rice dish and steamed broccoli.
this is a wonderful shrimp scampi that i learnt from an italian cook who introduced me in making diabetic foods. my father is very ill with diabetis and loves his foods (of course) this recipe as a "hit" with dad. a tasty blend of shrimp and garlic.
these are so good and easy to do. good to just have on hand to eat or to make for a party. bert - these are going to make you famous!!
i love this dish because i am a huge fan of seafood especially smoked cod. i am on a lifestyle program of low carbs so i came up with this meal from a list of things i can eat. i hope you like it. tip: if you are on a lifestyle program then i believe pre
this is simply delicious and smells so good. i've changed the original recipe enough to make this one my own by now. i'm not always able to find fish stock so i use vegetable stock. i add a lot of old bay for extra seasoning but that's because i think old
healthy, tasty, and easy. i'm not even a big tuna fan but when a friend made this for me i had to get the recipe. the white albacore tuna makes all the difference so it doesn't taste "fishy" at all.
this recipe came to me from my dad who nabbed it from my great aunt lil. we catch so many sockeye salmon every year and have done just about everything you can think of with them; drying (st'wan), baked and then canned, raw pack canned, smoked, barbequed
an easy way to fit fish into our diets - from the pillsbury bake-off.
i recently got home from my fishing trip to alaska and came home with 39 lbs. of silver salmon. let the recipe testing begin. this took minutes to prep and only about 30 minutes to cook. it was light and very tasty.
saw this on guy fieri's show and it looked fantastic. it got great reviews on the food network site so i thought i'd post it here so i can try it later. pappardelle pasta can be found in the dairy section of most major grocery stores, if unable to fined,
this is a bit of a "cheater" using artifical crab (also much more economical). it is very versatile. add shrimp, clam or any other seafood you wish as well as other vegetables.
i clipped this off a bag of egg noodles years ago. i panicked one time when i couldn't find the clipping and tore my cookbook cabinet apart. looked on zaar and couldn't find it. so i am putting it on here for safe keeping :) i don't always use the potat
the best fish cakes i have ever had. so sad that tinned pilchards (or sardines) in tomato sauce don't appear as a known ingredient on zaar as these beat all the other fish cake recipes (for me). perhaps a few other "foreign" non-american members will have
use this recipe as a template for other shrimp skewers. if you don't have honey mustard, stir a little honey into dijon. limes would also work well instead of lemons. and if you're finding your home-grown chives or parsley getting out of hand, substitute
i found this recipe in midwest living. it is from gunflint lodge.
we spend a month in destin, florida every year. this is a favorite in that area and is delicious. if you can't find grouper, use another firm white fish.
i love calamari. this is how to crumb them at home. look for more calamari recipes coming soon. serve with tartar sauce and enjoy the experience
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