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    Let's Do Seafood

    Baked Shrimp with Lemon Garlic Crumbs By Marie Photo By KC_Cooker
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    This just sounded too good. I found it in O magazine.

    Recipe #65356

    60 Reviews |  By M&Mers

    In this flavorful dish, you can adjust the amounts to suit your personal tastes...I happen to like garlic and Parmesan cheese. If you have any leftovers, you can add a little more milk and heat briefly in the microwave oven.

    Recipe #26671

    Shrimp marinated in lemon, garlic, and parsley for 30 minutes, then grilled. Can be used as an appetizer or main dish. This recipe also works well with scallops.

    Recipe #121701

    I got this recipe off of another site but modified it quite a bit to suit our tastes. It is very easy and will certainly impress company or make a nice dish for a romantic meal! The key is to use fresh herb in this dish. Serve with a good crusty bread, green salad and a nice white wine.

    Recipe #84253

    Mom got this recipe from somewhere a long time ago and passed it on to me. Just multiply the amounts according to how much fish that you have to fry.

    Recipe #42780

    This recipe may seem a bit time consuming for what seems to be a fairly basic sauce. But the reductions really concentrate the flavours and are well worth the effort. I've also used some white wine on occasion and it added another dimension to the dish. I like this dish served over a long pasta and served with garlic bread.

    Recipe #107083

    From 9/22/04 Post-Dispatch - favorite at 1860's Hardshell Cafe and Bar

    Recipe #157107

    Recipe #157228

    4 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    This is another one of my mom's recipes that is truly wonderful.

    Recipe #105679

    I know fish is good for you, but I’m one of those people that don't care for the "fishy taste" that some fish seem to have. My SO convinced me to try different types of mild fish, so I decided to try orange roughy, and used my fried chicken recipe. This recipe is the great result. Actual prep time is 2 hours 10 minutes, (2 hours chill, 10 minutes actual prep). if you try this, be careful turning, as some of the coating might flake off, but it still just as good. Submitted on April 25th,2006

    Recipe #165856

    This is one of my all time favorite shrimp recipes, and I got it from Weight Watchers of all places! I have in my notes that a serving size is 4.5 oz and only 2 points. Note: I usually double the sauce and add a handful of snow peas with the vegetables

    Recipe #152429

    MMMM this recipe is sooo delicous I usually have to double the ingrediants..because my family goes for seconds....You will make this one more than once...

    Recipe #166897

    Take buffalo style and apply it to crispy catfish fillets and you get = yum!

    Recipe #28972

    Wonderful baked catfish with breadcrumbs and Parmesan cheese.

    Recipe #170602

    What a great way to enjoy salmon! From the Barefoot Contessa Parties cookbook!

    Recipe #69101

    This recipe goes back years, the mayo is the secret to this recipe it's what locks in all the moisture in the fish, you can also use large thick salmon fillets in place of the steaks, I like to use Atlantic salmon fillets, but any salmon will do fine, this can easily be doubled, adjust the salt and pepper amount to taste, these also may be made on the grill placed on a pan

    Recipe #168890

    1 Reviews |  By Cynna

    This is a not your run-of-the-mill salad. Very flavorful and refreshing and the calamari is a scrumptious addition! Posted for Zaar World Tour II '06

    Recipe #171138

    For the 'zaar World Tour 2005

    Recipe #142811

    Coat only the salmon chunks in the marinade for this recipe. Make certain to soak the wooden skewers for a minimum of 30 minutes before threading and grilling. If desired thread small cherry tomatoes that have been brushed with oil and seasoned with salt in between the salmon and scallops. Because the wooden skewers need to soak before grilling, I would not advise to thread the skewers in advance, but if you wanted to do so I would use metal skewers. Servings are only estimated.

    Recipe #161112

    Simple and delicious salmon with an asian flair. Works on the grill, too. Prep time is marinating time.

    Recipe #173520

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