I found this in the "South Beach Diet Book".. even if you're not dieting... it's great. Just substitute real sour cream for the fat-free for a to die for experience. It's quick, simple and uses on hand ingredients.
This comes from a Costco Cod package from Copper River Seafoods in Alaska. We like to bake our fish, so this is one of our favorites. Most ingredients are on hand like; mayonnaise, Dijon, lemon juice, parmesan, etc. and so low in fat!
I just LOVE tuna! It's so fun to open a can and make a recipe up. This one turned out so flavorful and yummy... just popping with flavors. I also love a versatile recipe. You can enjoy this atop a bed of lettuce, rolled in lettuce leaves, in a wrap, in a sandwich or my favorite as a melt! I spread some of this on some whole grain sourdough and sprinkled some lowfat cheddar on it...stuck it in the broiler for a few minutes and WOW! The tangy sourdough went really well with it. I can also imagine this with pasta added for a cold pasta salad or as a hot tuna casserole...YUM! I think I'll be making it every which way I can think of because the flavor is soooo DELISH! If you prefer a non-creamy salad just cut the mayo and sour cream and you might increase the lime juice and perhaps add a little bit of oil. If you want more heat add a jalapeno or two. Enjoy yourself and make it how you'll like it.
Spicy shrimp flavored with wine and garlic. I found this at epicurious.com and am posting for ZWT. Mozambique gained their freedom from Portugal in 1975, many of the foods of Mozambique have roots in Portugal cruisine.
Dijon, orange juice and scallions, most of which are in your fridge. Easy, low in carbs and so delish. I found this on the eating well website. Hope you enjoy. Original recipe called for 2 T. dijon, we have chosen to cut back to 1 tablespoon and love it that way. Sometimes we broil in the oven and to keep the steaks moist, I add some of the leftover marinade about half way through broiling.
Catchy title, ugh? Easy grilled shrimp seasoned with coconut rum, ginger and lime. Feel free to make a coconut rum drink while cooking shrimp, after all it's 5 o'clock somewhere. Posted for ZWT5, Caribbean.
White fish fillets cooked with stock on a bed of chopped vegetables. From the Prudhomme Family Cookbook.
Although Paul Prudhomme insists that only fresh fish be used in this recipe, I have had good results using frozen fish. Any white fish can be used.
If you don't have seafood stock, substitute chicken or vegetable stock.
Serve this over cooked rice.
Flavored with dill,dijon and capers. A very easy and impressive salad and a super way to use up leftover salmon. From my Phoenix Junior Women's League Cookbook, by chef Scott Tompkins at the Marco Polo Cafe.
This sauce is not curry based, but has a hint of ginger and coconut, topped with asparagus and carrots. It comes from Women's Day. Dh loves this recipe and we both find the sweet coconut milk mixed with the ginger is delightful.
Oh my.... this relish is good on any type of fish, we tried it on DH's trout... yummmm. Recipe calls for fresh corn, but frozen is okay too. If using fresh corn, you'll need 2 ears, cooked and removed from ears. Given to me by DS's sweetheart.
Use leftover salmon or canned, either way, this is a delicious chowder. Corn,potatoes & carrots give this a delightful flavor. It goes together in a snap and can be made in one pot, so clean up is easy. This recipe was given to me by a dear friend.
Shrimp glazed with chipolte peppers,tamarind paste and rum. This gem comes from Southern Living 2003. If you use wooden skewers soak in water for at least one hour to keep them from burning.I'm posting for ZWT5.