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    Just for fun...what's your wildest seafood recipe???

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    Thu Jan 11, 2007 3:55 pm
    Forum Host
    Come on and share...what's the wildest or weirdest seafood recipe you have posted???

    I actually have two and both are recipes that I adopted from Zaar. Each time we had recipe adoptions, these two would be left out...poor recipes, no one wanted them. Finally after about 3 or 4 adoptions, I told Kathy I would take them. Really not hard to imagine why no one else wanted to adopt them! icon_eek.gif icon_lol.gif

    Curried Oysters With Banana Salsa
    Oysters and Artichoke Casserole

    So, what's yours???
    Bone Man
    Sat Jan 13, 2007 2:54 pm Groupie
    I don't know about "wild", but this one's a bit unusual:

    Salmon With Choucroute

    And here's a good one that people fail to take advantage of and it really tastes great -- the best mussel recipe I know of:

    Cozze Umbro (Mussels in Italian Tomato Sauce)

    ...and, I list this one as, different, but not too weird:

    The Ospidillo Cafe Oyster Po' Boy Sandwich

    ...and that's my 2-cent's worth.

    pat icon_lol.gif
    Sun Jan 14, 2007 10:49 am Groupie
    This one isn't too common unless you're from Cape Malay.
    Cape Malay Pickled Fish

    This one uses shrimp as part of a salsa for chips.
    Shrimp and Avocado Salsa

    Another one for the adventurous seafood lover.
    John DOH
    Sat Jan 20, 2007 5:36 pm Groupie
    Fairly "tame" from those posted above, but I've never met somebody who didn't like eating it...try my "A Quick and Different Fried Fish Recipe"...and if you want to round out the meal in the spirit of the thing, try serving "Ultimate Beans" and "Neighbour's Slovenian Potato Salad" at the same sitting!
    Mon Jan 22, 2007 6:11 pm
    Forum Host
    I have not posted it but I love a Lithuanian dish, Silke su Pomidorais, which is herring in a tomato-onion sauce. I can eat a whole big dish of it all by myself, with some rye bread. There are many, many variations of this - silke with mushrooms, silke with beets, silke with all kinds of things, but the tomato/onion is my very very favorite.
    Sun Jan 28, 2007 9:01 pm
    Forum Host
    icon_biggrin.gif Cod and Cabbage Stew - sounds weird and few people have dared to try it.

    Buster's friend
    Thu Feb 01, 2007 12:07 pm Groupie
    lorac - that sounds like a nummy stew! May have to rustle that one up!
    Fri Feb 02, 2007 7:16 pm
    Forum Host
    Fast and Easy Shimp- Frozen and Quickly Cooked
    Sounds funny, but I use it all the time.
    Fri Feb 02, 2007 9:29 pm
    Semi-Experienced "Sous Chef" Poster
    Sat Feb 03, 2007 4:56 pm
    Forum Host
    Iowahorse wrote:
    Probably a toss-up between these three:

    Salmon with Brazilian Rub
    Crazy John's Shrimp in Red Pepper Sauce
    Battered Squid
    I love squid! You might want to edit that recipe tho, you just want to say oil for frying and not oil and vinegar. icon_wink.gif
    Sun Feb 04, 2007 3:43 pm
    Semi-Experienced "Sous Chef" Poster
    Dawnab wrote:
    Iowahorse wrote:
    Probably a toss-up between these three:

    Salmon with Brazilian Rub
    Crazy John's Shrimp in Red Pepper Sauce
    Battered Squid
    I love squid! You might want to edit that recipe tho, you just want to say oil for frying and not oil and vinegar. icon_wink.gif

    Ack! Yer right! How the heck did I manage that?? icon_eek.gif

    Thanks! Somedays it seems I can type, or think, but not both.
    Mon Mar 19, 2007 12:30 pm Groupie

    I dont know how "wild" these are, but they are different. There seems to be some strange un-written law that Lobster is only ment to be dipped in butter or as a roll. What's that all about anyway icon_question.gif icon_razz.gif

    Lobster Asparagus Lasagna
    Lobster and Brie Enchiladas

    Di icon_wink.gif
    Mon Mar 26, 2007 1:00 pm
    Forum Host
    Wild??? WILD??? You don't know WILD in the USA!! icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif

    I have eaten, raw, THE most exotic things off the rocks, things anglers used for bait, among others one called redbait. Delicious!! I have crumbed redbait and fried them -- rich as all h*ll and you can taste the iodine, so not for those with allergies! People won't believe you can eat it, and maybe that's a good thing for the future of the species!

    But I think the most wonderful, scrumptious, WILD seafood thing I make now and then (it's a big job) is a fish-and-seafood soup, full of bits 'n pieces, with a large whole crab on top! This is usually for my brother-in-law, who adores eating crab and slowly picking the meat out of the shell!

    I can't post the recipe -- no-one will ever make it -- and anyway, it seems you do not have the wide variety of fish species we have. But it's a FEAST -- a South African bouillabaisse. Eaten with home-made bread ... yummy.gifyummy.gificon_lol.gif
    Mon Mar 26, 2007 1:00 pm
    Forum Host
    double post deleted!!

    Last edited by Zurie on Mon Mar 26, 2007 1:01 pm, edited 1 time in total
    Bert's Kitchen Witch
    Mon Mar 26, 2007 7:46 pm Groupie
    Well I have not actually posted this yet, but I will be soon. I have been on a quest to come up with my own Plum Sauce. I do not care for the jar kinds, so I searched for recipes, and have tried several. Now, on my third or fourth attempt at my own takes/version of it, I hit exactly what I wanted. I primarily wanted it to "sauce" BBQ'd spareribs, and for an Eggroll dip. Today, I fried up a little of my" crispy fried flounder" for lunch.I use an Asian styled marinade I put together, and a Pub Style batter.Because I had my plum sauce left, I thought "what the hey!"I heated a little of it up, and drizzled it over my crispy fried flounder, and WOW! It may just be my own taste, butI thought it was great together! icon_biggrin.gif
    Ok, I have been accused of having strange tastes, but look for it soon in my recipes and give it a try if you like a "twist", on Asian cuisine.
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