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    Let's Do Seafood

    Baked Shrimp with Lemon Garlic Crumbs By Marie Photo By KC_Cooker
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    Kate Sherwood’s recipe from the November 2012 issue of Nutrition Action Health Letter. Quick. Easy. Tasty. She says, “Herbes de Provence is a magical combination of basic, fennel seed, thyme, lavender, and other herbs that makes this dish taste like sunshine in Saint-Tropez. Look for it in the spice aisle.” Per 2 cups serving: Calories 380; Total Fat 16 g; Sat Fat 2.5 g; Protein 26 g; Carbs 28 g; Fiber 4 g; Sodium 440 mg.

    Recipe #490450

    Simple Asian inspired fish dish that is easy to prepare and delicious served with rice or noodles. Found on web site, "Hooked on Seafood". Recipe by Simon Holst.

    Recipe #489342

    Now that's a combination...cajun shrimp and chipotle mayo. This may also be served as an appetizer. Adapted from Scrumpdillyicious.

    Recipe #488407

    This is so simple, I can't believe I couldn't find it anywhere on zaar. The onion keeps the fish from drying out and gives a lovely mild flavor. We especially like Telipia, but any white fish can be used, as well as any of your favorite fish seasonings. We like lemon pepper or Dominant One (an all seasoning mix from hubby's Indiana hometown spice factory www.marionkay.com). Fresh fish from a camping trip is good also, in fact this method is great for outdoors, as it can be cooked on the grill for 20 min, clean up is a snap, just toss the foil.

    Recipe #482385

    6 Reviews |  By TeresaS

    This is out of the Fall 2008 clean eating magazine...this is great served with brown rice or rice pilaf and a salad. Based on the first two reviews I have made a change in the directions for the sauce...

    Recipe #481830

    I got this recipe many years ago from a local restaurant in New Jersey. The restaurant is still there, so I know this is a good one ! When I tell people how easy it is, they are always surprised. You can serve this over rice as a main course (yellow or white rice), or just serve it in the casserole dish with plenty of delicious Portuguese bread.

    Recipe #479338

    This recipe is from Dr. Andrew Weil’s book, 8 Weeks to Optimum Health. When I made this I used too small a pan to take all the vegetables and the salmon, so the tops of my salmon were not covered in liquid; this worked for us because DH is a sashimi connoisseur so he went for the least done piece. I also was surprised to discard the vegetables! I nibbled on the delicious carrot slices, though! And yes, this is an easy dish and the salmon came out just great! :)

    Recipe #478625

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This is a basic recipe that works at my house served on a plate or in a bun. Feel free to add anything that you might enjoy.

    Recipe #477713

    From our local television station

    Recipe #475724

    1 Reviews |  By Tisme

    Garlic Prawns cooked in the oven (or can be cooked on top of a B.B.Q.) Serve these with thick crusty bread and dip the bread in the sauce. Serving size will depend on the amount of prawns you get.

    Recipe #473557

    This comes from Woman's World magazine.

    Recipe #472991

    This bang bang shrimp is Bonefish Grill's most popular dish.

    Recipe #470498

    This year's "centrepiece" dish for our Italian Christmas Eve feast, this is based on my mom's memory of a 5-star meal she had when out in Moncton on business. It's so close you could swear it was catered!

    Recipe #469745

    3 Reviews |  By TesB

    from America's Test Kitchen TV show. Their note: The cooking times below are for 21/25 shrimp (that is, the size of the shrimp is such that there are 21 to 25 in 1 pound). If 21/25 shrimp are not available, adjust cooking times slightly. Either a nonstick or traditional skillet will work for this recipe, but a nonstick will simplify cleanup.

    Recipe #466838

    Something that I literally threw together one night using some mixed recipe styles from "Live for Life", a healthy eating recipe book, and what I had on hand. My wife has asked me to make this literally every week since I have made this for her. It still has not grown old. I will try to relay the quantities the best as I remember...

    Recipe #460678

    Wicked Good! The crunchy panko crumbs bring new life to this traditional New England favorite. I like baking the fish in the individual dishes, it keeps the fish moist and keeps the juices from drying up. After you make your way through the crunchy topping and flaky fish, you'll be surprised to find this delicious oniony, lemon goodness awaiting on the bottom which is absolutely incredible. I hope you try this recipe, it really is Wicked Good!

    Recipe #452687

    This tilapia is baked in the oven but it also can be sauteed with oil in a skillet over medium-high heat about 2 minutes per side. Found in Cuisine Tonight. I love to use seasoned panko crumbs when making these. I am including a tarter sauce recipe to serve with them.

    Recipe #451373

    Just saw this on Melissa's Show: Ten Dollar Dinners with Melissa d'Arabian Episode: Melissa's 4-Step Fish and it looks like a great meal for company! Put here for safekeeping.

    Recipe #448267

    I love fish, but since I am the only one in my family that eats it, I never cook it at home. This is an easy recipe to start with for me. Recipe notes: In Key West, the fish fillets would be grouper, but sole, flounder, or whatever is on sale will work.

    Recipe #447682

    A tasty recipe from Australian Womens Weekly. Serves 4. The lime mayonnaise can be made a few hours ahead of serving time if wished. A quick recipe to put together and nice to serve to company. The salmon can be cooked on a barbeque plate also. Recipe can be gluten-free by using a gf mayonnaise

    Recipe #446404

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