The original recipe uses trout, but I really like it with a nice, firm white fish like grouper or snapper. The shrimp and crabmeat stuffing should hold together loosely. It calls for 1/4 cup + 2 tbsp fine, dry bread crumbs, but I couldn't get Zaar to take that. If necessary, you can add up to 1/2 cup additional fine, dry breadcrumbs to the stuffing mixture to achieve your desired consistency.
This sauce is delicious with all kinds of things! Shrimp, chicken, sausages....there is no end to its uses!! Plus it is quick and easy to whip up in no time! Remoulade originated from France, was taken over by Louisiana, and now Denmark and Belgium have become fans. This has become a requirement on the "Danish Hotdog", sold by street vendors, and is common in Danish fridges!
My Classic International Recipes Cookbook states: "Scandinavians consume Berry Soup as fast as the berries ripen. Some people eat this delightful soup with sour cream as an appetizer; others top it with whipped cream to make a dessert."
Yummy, yummy! Some of my favorite things! If you are lucky enough to be able to make this when the tomatoes are in season, this salad tops all others! I love the presentation of the white asparagus contrasting with the dark green arugula and bright red tomatoes. Just a beautiful dish! Recipe courtesy of Emeril Lagasse.
This is a recipe for when you are in a hurry...lots of convenience products, and very little prep work required. It still produces a very edible soup! Not gourmet....just something for when you are in a hurry!
I found this in an old Junior League Cookbook from Kansas City, Missouri. I like it because it has different ingredients than what is found in most pasta dishes. You can substitute dried shitake mushrooms if you can't find fresh, just be sure to rehydrate them before using.
Another one of my recipes for the grill! I love grilling outdoors....something about being outside instead of in the kitchen makes me smile! This is an asian inspired marinade for sirloin, cut in to strips and threaded on skewers. I like to grill some zucchini or asparagus with this and serve with rice. Prep time is actually marinating time.
This is a lovely soup to serve in the summertime, as it is served chilled. If you prefer, you can substitute sour cream for the creme fraiche. To make creme fraiche, just combine 1 cup of whipping cream with 2 tbsp of buttermilk. Once combined, cover and let stand at room temperature for 8 hours. This will make a cup of creme fraiche. Prep and cooking time does not include the chill time!
I love grilled and broiled beef, but sometimes I have to buy a really tough piece of meat because of the expense. This marinade will make a tough piece of meat enjoyable, as long as you let it soak for at least 8 hours. Great taste, and uses things you normally have in your pantry. Prep time does not include marinating time!!