I got this recipe from an Oprah Magazine back in 2001, I have changed it just a bit over the years. We make this frequently. It is my favorite way to make salmon. The capers and peppercorns are sharp compared to the delicate flavor of salmon. I am only able to find the green peppercorn in brine at specialty food stores. If I can't find them or I'm just too lazy to go out and search, I have made this recipe without them and it is still really good. I like to serve this with a side of couscous with pinenuts and spoon some of the pan juices on it too. Enjoy!
Found in Cooking Light Magazine, April 2007, Kate Washington. Use fresh pineapple chunks with this dish, serve with coconut rice (use light coconut milk for some water to cook)
& add toasted coconut flakes; & a salad of baby greens with tossed lime dressing to round out your menu.
I have used the Indian technique of marinating in yoghurt for the fish and topped the whole it off with a refreshing salsa to contrast the strong flavours of the fish. 4hrs marinating time is required for the fish.
This recipe went over big-time with guests that do not enjoy fish! The very finely minced red onions lend a slight crunch and the capers explode with each bite adding a salty balance to the sweet herby mustard sauce that covers the delicate fish. This recipe uses fresh dill. Quick enough for a weekday meal but delicious enough to serve company. Pair it with steamed vegetables or homemade coleslaw and a baked potato for a complete meal. This recipe was created for RSC #10. Good luck to all the entrants!
In Asia, poaching salmon in green tea is common. This variation poaches the fish in mild white tea. Use the poaching liquid to make a delicately flavored sauce to complement the richness of this fish. Serve with steamed rice and Swiss chard. Adapted from Whole Foods
Posted for the Zaar World Tour 2006-Mexico.
From the "Mexican Cookery" cookbook. I haven't tried this recipe, but it sounds delicious. When making this dish, be sure that you don't cook the shrimp too long or leave it standing in the hot sauce, as it will become tough.
This is an excellent and very flavorful recipe adapted from "The California Heritage Cookbook". I've never had anyone not like it. Any steaky fish should work. The avocado butter is a marvelous accompaniment for any barbecued fish, especially swordfish or salmon.
A delectable roasted fish and vegetable dish that is very popular in the South of France, especially Provence. I have listed Perch as the fish to use in this recipe, but Bream, John Dory, Halibut or Tilapia would also work very well. An elegant dinner dish, which needs very little attention, making it the perfect recipe for when you have company! Serve alongside poached or steamed seasonal vegetables, with wild rice or a simple salad.
Carpaccio refers to a dish that has been very thinly sliced for presentation. This could we served as an entree for a elegant dinner. This comes from a book called ‘The Australian Heritage Cookbook’ by R & R Publications Marketing Pty Ltd
The spicy tangy prawns are lovely served by themselves with some grilled lime wedges but I love the flavours of the salsa along with it.. so either way, it's delicious! Cooking time indicated includes marinating time.