Very simple preparation that preserves the delicate, sweet flavor of the scallops. I didn't have Romano on hand, so I used Parmigiano-Reggiano and just grated it directly over the scallops in the skillet.
This was the first way I learned to cook fish. My favorite fish for this is tilipia, but any white fish filets would work. It is perfect with rice and a green vegetable.
I found a website that has a picture of the Knorr seasoning (it doesn't seem to have Swiss in the name anymore). You can see a picture of it here:
This recipe is by David Veljacic a Canadian BBQ Champion. You need time to marinade the salmon overnight in the fridge. It is a fantastic recipe. Please read the review by Wayne in Vancouver -I am sure that he knows what he is talking about I suggest that you try it his way. I copied this recipe from either a Vancouver paper or local magazine. Next time I make it I will do as Wayne suggests and if that works I will rewrite the recipe to reflect his comments - Thanks Wayne
From spanakopita to baklava, the Greeks know how to use phyllo! Here the flaky dough encloses a mixture of spinach, cheese and shrimp, lightly seasoned with lemon. The rolls are easy to make and delicious to eat, particularly with a Greek salad of tomatoes, feta, olives and bell peppers alongside.
This is so good. It's shrimp, it's bacon, it's cheese; what's not to like. They had this on the menu as an appetizer for a short time at Red Lobster but when we went back the next time they had quit making it. It does take a little time to make this. I'm not sure where I got this recipe but I've been told it is a variation of Todd Wilbur's Copycat recipe.
Made this for dinner last night and it was out of this world fantastic! I think it took me all of 20 minutes to put it on the table. A very easy simple recipe that mimics the finest comparable restaurant dish.