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
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 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.
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,
from ww magazine.
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!
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
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
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
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'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
hoooo, baby! pure self-indulgence! time does not include 1+ hour marination.
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.
i got this recipe from a local chinese restaurant. they serve the best crab casserole!
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
my favorite fish to use in this is red snapper. but any firm fish will work. smells and tastes yummy.
this is another recipe i found in a pamphlet from the grocery store. i love this served with crackers. i've also served this in a bread bowl with chunks of bread for dipping.
quick, easy and delicious pasta dish best with fresh crab if possible, adding the brown meat will make it too mushy. from simply seasonal by claire macdonald from the isle of skye
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.
this recipe is easy and takes less than 20 minutes. it's one of my weekend favorites and has been a family tradition for years.
this is really an impressive appetizer. the recipe is a little bit of work, but worth it! from the book gatherings & celebrations from burt wolf.
we eat at manale's in new orleans a lot, and this is much like their signature dish. hot french bread, cold beer and a green salad makes for a great informal party.
from the cookbook eating well 500 calorie dinners. a refreshingly healthy twist to "shrimp scampi." my family loved this dish served with quinoa. note: the prep time can be cut down if you use peeled/deveined shrimp.
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 made these for dinner tonight and they are scrumptious! can be made ahead up to and including the breading stage and refrigerated. then drizzle with butter and bake. found on the global gourmet website.
a decadant classic irish recipe which is thought to be at least two centuries old; fresh lobster baked with cream and irish whiskey - delectable! though no one's absolutely sure where dublin lawyer got its name, locals still insist that it's probably beca
this fusion dish brings together the spiciness of a crab curry with the coolness of fried ricotta cubes, delicately laced with fresh coriander. it is a one pot curry whose taste belies the easy preparation and cooking.
the empanadas in brazil are different from those in other latin american countries and are called empadas or empadinhas. they look more like mini pies
from the deen family cookbook. serve with crackers, pita chips, or crostini.
this is a scallop recipe from ina garten's new book in 2008" back to basics." it makes a great dish for entertaining so most of the work is done ahead. easy dinner party item if you are serving 6 people no thought needed for the main course. pair with a s
our son always loved this recipe. he never knew it was made with you-know-what, fake crab, until after he worked on a crab boat a few years ago! of course, you can always use real crab. it's easy to put together and with a salad it makes a nice meal. i al
this came out of a need to use some extra imitation crab that i had. i think it would be equally good with shrimp or real crab meat.
i love yabbies and this is a great way to make them go further. very yummy. this would nearly be the first yabby recipe on recipezaar, but i am sure that it will not be the last. you can also substitute the yabbies for prawns.
we are so lucky to have this wonderful grocery store here in maryland. saw this recipe on the back of wegmans 5 pound potato sack, and had to try it. i found it delicious, and perfect for a warm sunday dinner, or anytime during the week for that matter.
courtesy nigella lawson, nigella feasts episode: feel-good food. this sounds wonderful!
yes, almost the same as my other recipe but 100% better! a little change went a long way. it is the best, i promise! i have never in my life had better shrimp. my whole family was in heaven. ok, enough tooting my own horn!
from the food section of the kansas city star. this is really good. the only sauce i could find at my grocery store was thai garlic-chili sauce, which is really good. and i don't toast the almonds. sigh. i'm a lazy chef. this goes well with thai swe
this originally came from a weight watchers cookbook and i adapted it slightly for a chili cookoff at work. it ended up as a finalist and was voted "most memorable". i really enjoyed the flavor and it is very quick to put together, which is even better! 4
easy to prepare shrimp dish good enough for company. most of the ingredients are probably on hand. serve over rice or couscus.
i love prawns. this is one of the yummiest prawn dishes that i have had. it combines two fantastic cooking elements, prawns and the bbq. i think they go hand in hand.
squash soup is always good but the scallops take it to another level. nice for a special holiday dinner or company any time.
this is a heavily modified recipe from "the new italian cooking" book by margaret and g. franco romagnoli. theirs does not have spinach, and i needed to add vegetables to the family's meals. i've changed it enough that when asked for the recipe i cannot
a quick and tasty dip to prepare and serve warm or cold. for a fancier presentation (if serving cold), serve it in an attractive and colorful hollowed out vegetable, such as an acorn squash.
a very easy, healthy and delicious way to grill your shrimp. you can also skewer the shrimp if you want to. just make sure to soak wooden skewers in warm water for 30 minutes. i didn't include the 1 - 2 hour marinating time. enjoy!
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