Who does not like Scampi. You have had Scampi the usual method, with loads of garlic and extra virgin olive oil... Now have Scampi my Med-way, and you won't go back.... Have plenty of baguette to soak up all the sauce... So good, you will be sorry when it is all gone. Winning Recipe Entry, RSC#7.
I have not had these shrimp at the Chili's restaurant, but have frequently made this recipe. We like to serve them as appetizers. However, they are equally as good tossed with some pasta (with or without alfredo sauce). The recipe came from Top Secret Recipes and has been a favorite at our house for quite some time.
This is a healthy dish using a potato to hold the arugula and sundried tomatoes together in the flouder roll topped with pine nuts. Cooking time depends on how thick th flounder is. You can also lay the flounder down next to each other, fill and roll up together in one roll, baking time may be a bit longer for this.
I live on an island in Florida and have a lot of fresh crabmeat in the summer. This is one of my families favorite soups. Its creamy and spicy and definitely NOT low calorie. I have never tried it but I think it would be good with shrimp too.
This sauce, by way of Jane Brody, is so rich you won't believe how little fat it has. Don't use fatfree mayo--it really alters the taste and texture. And don't be tempted to substitute gherkins--the cornichons give the sauce just the right bite. You can chop everything in a mini-processor--almost all time required is the hour the sauce has to sit.
I can't believe something this simple can taste this good. This was actually my very first time making fish, and it turned out absolutely fabulous! This is another recipe from my favorite cookbook, Eating for IBS by Heather Van Vorous. I actually didn't have any rosemary, so I made it with basil and oregano. Try it with your favorite fresh or dried herbs!
I played around with this one for a long time. Tried different ethnicity and different methods of cooking. I am very happy with the recipe I finally perfected. It is mostly Asian in flavor with a little bit of Thai thrown in.
The white wine I used is Fetzer's Gewurztraminer.
This is a mildly spicy recipe, which can be made hotter with the addition of fresh chilies if you like. It pairs well with spanish rice and green beans or fresh corn off the cob. Make this meal in 30 minutes or less!