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    Recipe Request: Fish/Seafood for One or Two

    Reddyrat
    Mon Mar 06, 2006 7:06 pm
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    Hello,

    I live alone, so it's hard for me to cook fish - since it doesn't exactly keep well.

    Can you recommend some fish and seafood recipes that serve just one person (or two: for me and my significant other)?

    Thanks,
    Alison
    Bergy
    Mon Mar 06, 2006 7:57 pm
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    I simply take a recipe for 4 and cut it back to half
    Here is one recipe for 1 serving - it s very easy and quite tasty recipe #106819 Spicy baked cod by dienia bennett
    This one is excellent and cuts back perfectly
    recipe #39383 H alibut with Mushrooms By Derf
    We enjoyed this one too
    recipe #34822 Broiled Fish with Dill Butter by PanNam
    Dawnab
    Mon Mar 06, 2006 8:05 pm
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    Welcome Reddyrat! You might want to search for fish/seafood dishes as appetizers, as they ususally make less, Here are a few more that might work
    Crab and Shrimp Squares recipe #78863
    Barbecued Piggy Scallops recipe #26101

    Also, try Chili's Spicy Garlic & Lime Shrimp recipe #76470 as it easily reduces and Easy Macaroni Salad With Shrimp recipe #96354 makes a bunch, but I love to eat it all week!
    Chef Kate
    Tue Mar 07, 2006 8:49 am
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    Oyster Stew for Two recipe #123424

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    Peter J
    Wed Mar 08, 2006 5:04 am
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    Hi Alison,

    I'm in a similar situation, I love seafood and have a few hints for you. I noticed your original post mentioned fish not keeping well and recipes for one/two but as any recipe can be halved easily it may more be the storage and purchase that will make things easier:

    Most seafood is frozen during transit anyway, it is often only thawed for display and sale purposes so if you ask the vendor for it in frozen form they just walk out the back and get it from their freezer. It will keep for months in your freezer and just thaw yourself in some warm water, it only takes about 10 minutes to get it ready to cook. A bonus is many foods are cheaper this way anyway, raw frozen green prawns and shrimps are good examples where they are a lot cheaper but keep better in frozen form and only need boiling or grilling to eat.

    When you see really nice fish that is genuinely fresh either freeze or even better use a vaccum packaging system so it will keep in the refrigerator a few weeks. Personally I use a Kambrook FoodSaver although am I in Australia so don't know if that's an available brand where you are, but assume it would be under some brand name.

    When I eat seafood like live Oysters I just plan to eat them within a few days of purchase, personally I go to a market that has nice Oysters over the weekend so just eat them over the Sunday - Tuesday timeframe.

    Finally if you were just after some nice simple recipes that suit one or two try my public seafood cookbook:

    http://www.recipezaar.com/mycookbook/book/71073/


    Regards,

    Peter.
    Caroline Cooks
    Wed Mar 08, 2006 9:15 am
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    Welcome Allison,
    For one or two...try this. I buy fish in packages of 4-6 fillets; immediately I repackage by place individual fillets on a cookie sheet pop in the freezer-when completely frozen (may have thawed slightly in handling), I pack in a zippy bag and use as many as I want for a meal. Same with shrimp, scallops, etc.--just spread out, not touching, freeze, and repack. Easy and safe. If fresh, do the same thing. HTH, Caroline
    Bergy
    Wed Mar 08, 2006 10:20 am
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    Interesting cookbook Peter
    ellie_
    Thu Mar 09, 2006 6:54 am
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    Seafood is so easy to make for 1 or 2, here are lots of ideas, but otherwise fish/seafood recipes are easy to cut down to the number of servings you need.
    Spiced Salmon by Derf recipe #137983
    Garlicky Baked Fish by dinner4two recipe #144438
    Needle Noodles by chia recipe #130275
    Saucy Chipotle Shrimp by FlemishMinx recipe #113569
    Steamed Clams for Two by ellie_ recipe #143404
    Quick , Easy & Yummy Trout by seashell recipe #96266
    Herbed Salmon Fillets With Sun-dried Tomato Topping by FlemishMinx recipe #113881
    Chili and Beer-Braised Catfish by EdsGirlAngie recipe #85966
    soba noodle soup by chia recipe #77939
    Honey Ginger Shrimp Stir-fry by FlemishMinx recipe #101509
    Pasta with Scallops and Lemon Butter Mustard Sauce by Kasha recipe #68486
    Shrimp/prawns and Olives Salad. by AuntWoofieWoof
    recipe #96500
    SHRIMP EGG FOO YOUNG (Low Carb and Low Fat) by Alan Leonetti recipe #96008
    One-Pan Balsamic Salmon by LorenLou recipe #88207
    Wicked Shrimp by MEAN CHEF recipe #79644
    Halibut Onion Crunch by Bob Mullins recipe #25897
    Garlic Shrimp with Chilies by Just Call Me Martha
    recipe #55004
    Cracked Pepper Salmon by Sackville Girl recipe #48795
    Scallops-panseared on Linguine with Tomato Cream by Derf
    recipe #61163
    Scallops Provencale by Meghan recipe #22437
    Caribbean Fish in a Packet by Missy Wombat recipe #50237
    Panda Rose
    Thu Mar 09, 2006 9:02 am
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    This is my favourite of the moment!
    recipe #88350 by Mean chef. It is Halibut with Garlic, Parmesan and mayo topping!
    I always have it when OH goes out to eat. However, he changed his plans last week and I had to share! icon_smile.gif He loved it.
    BecR
    Fri Mar 10, 2006 2:51 am
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    Poached Salmon with Mushrooms, Tarragon and Cream (for one) recipe #117765

    Enjoy!

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