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    A great lower fat alternative to fried fish, use you choice of fish for this --- all spice amounts may be adjust to taste, depending on the size of your fish fillets you may have some breading left over just refrigerate to use for another time.

    Recipe #368384

    This is not a marinade it is used to baste while grilling and works well with all fish, I have used it on salmon and halibut with great results... this is very good!

    Recipe #367436

    Plan ahead the salmon will need to marinade for at least 8 hours, this marinade is enough for up to 16 ounces of salmon- you may adjust the fresh garlic and cayenne pepper to taste --- you will LOVE this!

    Recipe #361341

    The amounts listed are only a guideline you may adjust all amounts to taste, fresh lemon juice only please, use fresh cooked crab meat or imitation, whatever you prefer to use, if using previously frozen then thawed shrimp hand squeeze out all excess moisture from the shrimp before using in the salad, plan ahead there is a chilling time before serving.

    Recipe #360828

    I suggest to use fresh shrimp for this as frozen thawed will create a watery marinade, do not marinade for longer than 30 minutes or the acid in the lemon juice will "cook" the shrimp, adjust the cayenne to suit heat level, I have left the Tabasco as optional you may add it or omit --- this shrimp is very good!

    Recipe #355732

    This is a simple yet delicious shrimp dish, serve it alone with a crusty French baguette bread to dip in the sauce and a side salad, or serve it over cooked fettuccine or rice --- make certain to completely dry the shrimp with paper towels before using in the recipe, feel free to add in a pinch of your favorite dried herbs and omit the fresh parsley --- servings will yield 3-4 but may easily be increased.

    Recipe #349087

    You can be creative and use whatever flavor of potato chips you like, plain, sour cream and onion, salt and vinegar, spicy etc,if using plain flavor I suggest to add some spices, make certain to use a good brand of potato chips --- plan ahead the fish must be refrigerated in the dressing for 1 hour before breading --- I made this using tilapia fillets about 3/4-inch thick and found that 12 minutes was just enough time, cooking times will of coarse vary depending on the size of your fish, I also made this using basa fillets, any meaty fish fillets will work fine for this --- you will love this!

    Recipe #348974

    The amounts are only a guideline you may adjust to taste --- use meaty fish fillets of choice such as tilapia, basa, cod etc.

    Recipe #322215

    Those who have cooked fish in foil in the past will know what a great method this is and for those who haven't may want to give it a try to see what you are missing!---you will need heavy-duty foil for this, for the best flavor I would recommend not to omit or substitute any ingredients you may adjust all amounts to suit taste.

    Recipe #321507

    The secret to a perfect tuna steak is to cook it as you would a rare or medium-rare steak, overcooking will produce a tough dry fish, the center needs to be pink -- plan ahead the steaks need to marinade for 8-24 hours, prep time includes refrigeration time --- I have made this in the past many times it is *very* good!

    Recipe #304590

    Any meaty fish fillet may be used for this, we like tilapia, pickeral or basa, since your fingers get slightly messy during the coating process I recommend that you have all of your fish filets coated and ready on a plate before starting to fry --- this is very good!

    Recipe #300232

    This marinade amounts listed is enough for 1 pound of salmon fillets or salmon steaks, you may double but make two separate marinade recipes in two separate bowls (1 pound of salmon for each resealable bag) plan ahead the marinade needs to cool to room temperature before using and the salmon needs to marinate for 6-24 hours.

    Recipe #290032

    Plan ahead there is a 1-1/2 hour refrigeration time for the fillets, you may omit the cayenne completely or increase to suit heat level --- for best flavor I use peanut oil for frying but vegetable oil will do fine I have even fried the fish in olive oil :)

    Recipe #279330

    Plan ahead the battered shrimp needs to be refrigerated for a minimum of 5 hours or up to 24 hours before frying, make certain not to use longer shreds of coconut or they will not stick and please use a good-quality coconut for the shrimp, Mounds brand works well for this purchase uncooked shrimp with tails left on leave the tail on the shrimp!

    Recipe #273422

    You won't find this recipe anywhere else, I developed this using jumbo shrimp and I would strongly advise to use only very large or jumbo for this and leave the tails intact, depending on the size and amount of the shrimp used a small amount of breadcrumb mixture might be left over --- I have listed the cayenne pepper as only optional you may adjust amount to suit heat level or omit, I like to add it in for some heat :)

    Recipe #282196

    This is an easy and delicious shrimp dish. You can replace the Cajun seasoning with 1/8 to 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper (or to taste) if desired. I use my recipe #186029. Serve this with a crusty French bread and rice :)

    Recipe #241841

    Don't try this with regular mashed potatoes it just won't work, use only dry potato flakes ;-)

    Recipe #241253

    Make certain to prepare the tartar sauce at least a few hours in advance to blend flavors, the crushed saltines makes a wonderful coating for the fish, but make certain that they are finely crushed! I like whitefish, pickerel fillets, tilapia or sole for this, but any thinner fish fillets will do.

    Recipe #240482

    Add in a splash of red or white wine if desired, adjust the Creole seasoning and hot sauce to suit heat level. For a creamy Creole sauce add in whipping cream at the end of cooking :)

    Recipe #237727

    The coating of Dijon mustard and bread crumbs keeps the fish so moist, don't forget to leave the skin on the fish it also helps to lock in moisture, I use recipe#203857 for this

    Recipe #236930

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