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    Ahoy, you pirates! Seafood & Fish recipes

    Seafood & Fish recipes for hungry pirates. Photo is Pan-seared Scallops by GaylaJ. YUM!
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    Saw this prepared on Go Ahead Make My Dinner on the Discovery Channel. Posting here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #129734

    8 Reviews |  By Derf

    DH says "It's Good" (and it is). Good hot or cold. from Canadian Diabetes Association

    Recipe #22231

    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:

    Recipe #79275

    My Dads fiancee gave this recipe to me when we were visiting in England recently. I cooked this the other day using wild alaskan salmon(found in Walmart,can you believe!) And it was superb,I made my own pesto as my garden is full of basil. Also I cant buy creme fraiche locally so I made my own by adding lemon juice to heavy cream until thickened.

    Recipe #130533

    5 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    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.

    Recipe #189995

    I was looking for a fish recipe to serve as a cold appetizer, and found one that was something like this. Since, being me, I was missing a good number of the ingredients, I improvised and came up with this. I think that substituting marinated artichoke hearts for the hearts of palm might be tasty too, but I've never tried it that way.

    Recipe #174655

    1 Reviews |  By Lorac

    This is my favorite oyster recipe. I serve this as a side dish for Thanksgiving/Christmas dinner or at a holiday buffet. This also makes a great luncheon or supper dish topped with a mushroom cream sauce and served with a salad.

    Recipe #47244

    5 Reviews |  By Marie

    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.

    Recipe #173027

    Sinfully rich and delicious. It serves as a casserole or a dip/spread.

    Recipe #172619

    A recipe from my good pal Lisa in NB, Canada. I made a few of my own adjustments.

    Recipe #172977

    1 Reviews |  By Dawnab

    Serve as an elegant appetizer or main dish.

    Recipe #42925

    2 Reviews |  By Dawnab

    Recipe from The Ark cookbook

    Recipe #64996

    This is one of the many recipes from my grandmothers cookbook. She passed away in May of 2005 and I am recording her wonderful recipes for my family and the many generations that will follow. I hope you enjoy her recipes as much as we do. I have not made each one yet-so cooking time and servings may vary. Blessings from FOURMRANCHWIFE in Texas. (THIS IS ONE OF MY PERSONAL FAVORITES!)

    Recipe #154469

    This is a gastronomic delight, very rich, great for wedding receptions or a nice luncheon, and darned fine fare for company. With a nice salad and a buttery Chardonnay, you've really got something here! But beware, it makes a ton, so if you're just fixing it for 4-6, cut the recipe in half. If you do the whole recipe it needs to be cooked in a lasagna dish, something a little bigger and deeper than your traditonal 9X13. I had difficulty getting the rice mix to go through Zaar, but the origional recipe calls for Uncle Ben's white and wild rice blend. Hood River Salad #131450 really sets this off, not because it's my recipe, just because it really works well with this! I hope you enjoy this!

    Recipe #190754

    Cooking in a tightly sealed foil packet keeps all the flavor and moisture trapped inside, allowing one VERY lucky person to enjoy a terrific, flavorful, and healthy dinner. Diabetic Exchange, if made with Diet Mountain Dew: 4 very lean meat, 1 and 1/2 vegetable.

    Recipe #88502

    Oh my, these are good!

    Recipe #149381

    6 Reviews |  By *OzMan*

    Got this one from the newpaper and have made it a couple of times. Really good baked fish recipe and can you can use cod or halibut if whitefish is unavailable. :)

    Recipe #111563

    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.

    Recipe #276

    When I couldn't find a recipe that sounded like what I wanted, I set out to make the perfect salmon patty. This is it for me. After a few tries, I learned that when forming the mixture into patties, leaving it loose rather than packing tightly makes for a more tender finished product. Serve with your favorite sauce or eat them on buns with ketchup as my grandkids do.

    Recipe #128743

    A nice Canadian way to cook a nice Canadian fish.

    Recipe #182114

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