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.
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 is quick and easy to make. low fat and loaded with protien. very yummy.
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.
perfect for the grill . . . the delicate fish grills on squares of foil over indirect heat for moist results.
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!
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.
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
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 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
yay good eats cookbook collection! this is a little on the sweet side but really easy and yummy! coffee grinder works awesome for the spices.
the old standard
this was a staple at my aunt bonnie's barbeques, but the recipe probably originated from the back of a creamettes box in the 1960's. in minnesota, we obviously use creamettes macaroni rings. you can use anellini pasta for this recipe. cooking time does
this gives tuna a whole new taste! comes from my mothers favorite cookbook by jackie olden. the original recipe served 8-10, so i've down sized it a bit.
yummy mini thai fish muffins that tast great! i serve these as starters or just finger food - everybody asks for the recipe so here it is enjoy. so easy to make......
a friend makes these and they are delicious!! wonderful appetizer from company's coming, cooking for diabetics. chill time is cook time. diabetic choices: 1/2 starch = 1 - 1 1/2 square
whether you are on the south beach diet or not, the marinade for the fish is very tasty. these can be eaten on phase i of the diet. so far i've tried these kabobs using tuna steak and i'll be trying it out on salmon next. this recipe is courtesy of the so
from pillsbury's one dish meals. a nice way to fix fish, and it most certainly will be even better in the summer with garden fresh tomatoes. enjoy!
these tasty patties are as economical and easy to make as they are delicious. they're fork food hot with fresh lemon wedges to squeeze over them. they make great cold sandwiches on rolls with cocktail sauce or tartar sauce. my big family with teens gets a
mediterranean fish recipes are simple, using typical ingredients and bring out some of the most wonderful flavours. using fully ripe tomatoes, olive oil and anchovis give this corsican recipe for rougets (red mullet) its typical flavour. the preparation i
i got this recipe from a well known vancouver barbecue chef/author/firefighter, david veljacic. he has won many awards for this recipe....try it and you will see why!!
from ww slim ways mexican.
this is so good! recipe from emeril, food network! time indicated includes marinate time for salmon.
a nice quick meal i found in a magazine.
this simple spread uses kitchen cupboard items and can be thrown together at the last moment and served on dark bread. chilling for one hour is optional. the amount of mayonnaise can be increaded to make a dip. cooking is a creative sport.
this delectable recipe is courtesy of giada de laurentiis, one of my favorites on the foodnetwork. it is soooo yummy and easy for luncheon get-togethers and a fun way to dress up tuna.
this is a really elegant dish, but really simple. an easy 1 pot sauce, simply pan seared tilapia and served over rice pilaf and a fresh vegetable for a side and you have a very quick easy dinner. i have served this many times for dinner parties and everyo
this is a nearly no added fat version of a family favorite. i whipped it up the other night and it was a hit. you may add peas if you wish, but that doesn't fly in my house, so we didn't.
when i was a kid, and my mom needed something quick (and cheap) to prepare for sunday nights, this is what she chose. we liked it served with fresh homemade bread and big glasses of milk.
one of our favourite ways to cook salmon, stays very moist and delicious. tonight we had glazed baby carrots and whole green beans sprinkled with caraway seeds with the salmon. the stuffing can be used in other recipes and even as a side dish.
this is how my mom made salmon with the cans of salmon you get on sale. she made tuna with this recipe too.
great buttery recipe for codfish. i found this on the website for the new york seafood council and tried it last night. it was super good and easy to make. i didn't baste as directed because i wasn't sure if the crumbs were supposed to be spooned over the
this is a great filling for sandwiches, buns or biscuits (us type). or, try it on crackers or on a bed of greens. the "sneaky" part is the minced apple i put in to get my boys to have a variety of fruits in their diets. there are only 3 real ingredie
i found this recipie in a magazine distributed by the local liquor store. it's a nice change for salmon fillets if you can afford to part with the quality scotch whiskey.
saw this recipe in the good housekeeping magazine january 2009 issue. i made it for dinner and dh and i really enjoyed it. and it is quite easy! i used a sweet onion, a sweet curry (penzey's) and a coarse ground mustard.
i must say that the sauce is the star here and please don't feel limited to using it only with salmon. i've used it successfully with grilled shrimp and a roast chicken too.
i found this recipe at a local supermarket. my family loves this. it is wonderful served with jasmine rice and broccoli. for easy clean-up line baking sheet with foil.
this is a salmon patty recipe i came up with over 10 years ago. it was based on a family recipe, but modified to make it even more healthy for you. but to my surprise, my kids loved it and often request it for dinner. hope you find the same results wit
this recipes comes from my mom who often had to double the recipe for us! it's a very nutrionally dense and healthy casserole. a great inexpensive way to get your essential fatty acids and omega 3's.
from australian table magazine november 2007 submitted by reader deidre ryder - sounds delish. servings are a guesstimate on 2 cup yield. since making yes you get about 2 cups and have found red salmon gives a slightly richer more salmony taste.
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