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    Adding Curry to the Seafood and Fish Pot

    Thu Sep 06, 2012 5:58 am
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    From large game fish such as mahi-mahi and marlin to the smaller grouper and red snapper, the seas of the Caribbean provide many delicacies.

    You may also try conch, another ocean offering, which can be grilled, deep fried or cooked in chowder. If you're feeling adventurous, try sea urchins. Crabs are plentiful and come boiled or stuffed.

    Other seafood options are served grilled with butter and garlic, steamed, or boiled, and include spiny lobster, a clawless, warm-water crustacean also known as "langouste" or "rock lobster"; crayfish, known to Americans as "crawfish" or "crawdads"; prawns, also called Florida or Caribbean lobsterette; and shrimp. "Flying Fish" is a featured item in Barbados.

    This week I am concentrating on preparing these beauties with curry.
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    Next week we are adding curry to rice for a great alternative to plain rice; you will love it
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