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Shrimpy Goodness & Other Seafoods

"Shrimp? I love shrimp! Shrimp cocktail, shrimp scampi, shrimp puffs, shrimp kabobs, Count Chocula and shrimp, and blueberry pie with a scoop of vanilla ice cream sprinkled with brown sugar and some shrimp on top!" If you know what TV show that came from, you are awesome.
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Bliss Raw Cafe owner Dee Pissaro in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area, created this recipe. Gleaned from Vegetarian Times magazine. Cooking time is soaking time. I haven't tried this yet, so putting here for safekeeping.

Recipe #430399

From William-Sonoma, this Moroccan style dish is spicy and refreshing on a hot summer evening. The marinade is also good on fish.

Recipe #418226

This is a very simple recipe that I have altered from a recipe I found some years ago. It's quick and easy, fresh and most of all, my picky husband and son love it! I serve it with Brown and Wild Rice and a vegetable (my fav is steamed broccoli). Note that I use Bookbinder's Breadcrumbs in this recipe, as they add a nice lemony flavor that really makes the dish. I've used plain breadcrumbs and it's just not as good. I've also found that using an enamel cast iron baking dish produces a superior result.

Recipe #430746

'If you can't find fresh sea scallops, use peeled large shrimp, leaving the tails on. Rice pilaf or orzo would be a good accompaniment.' Taken from for ZWT. **I soak my bamboo skewers in a pitcher!

Recipe #423347

I LOVE Margaritas and I LOVE Shrimp! So, why not combine the two? Remember to serve with a BIG Margarita to drink! Tart, sweet, spicy, lime, shrimp and TEQUILA! Oh ya! Updated after Culinary's review and wonderful suggestion to serve this with more of the same! So save some limes and salt to finish it off if you like! Oh and another Margarita would be good too please! lol Serves 4 as Main dish and generous 8 as an appy- more if you are not so generous! lol!

Recipe #253570

Spain is quite famous for its seafood stews, and Shrimp Zarzuela reflects this culinary heritage. Golden Spanish olive oil, unique sherry wine vinegar, sweet paprika and fragrant saffron are the Spanish flavors that give this one-pot meal its character. The traditional seafood dishes of Spain use a variety of shellfish from the Mediterranean Sea; we simplified the recipe by focusing on ever-popular shrimp. Round out this meal by serving a premiere cheese from Spain, such as Manchego or Cabrales. From Foods of Spain.

Recipe #229043

4 Reviews |  By katew

Taken for an old copy of Australian Good Taste for safekeeping as sounds good and easy !!

Recipe #416121

Adapted from a recipe at Serious Eats

Recipe #411527

Please feel free to substitute any mild tasting white fish of your choice. A non-stick pan works best for sautèing the fish. To say that grapefruit is my favorite fruit would be an understatement, although I would like to test this recipe next time with yellow-fleshed grapefruit. My brother mentioned this combination might taste good on shark and I think he's on to something. Serving suggestion: pan-grilled asparagus, roasted potatoes and a glass of Eola Hills pinot gris. Yesiree! Source unknown. Note: I was planning to use fresh tarragon as indicated in the recipe but sadly the tarragon in my herb garden wilted from the last big freeze. Parsley stepped in and saved the day. Thank you fresh Italian parsley!

Recipe #404673

This recipe is adapted from the Weight Watchers website. Still kept the recipe low fat/points, but added a bit more flavor and spice to the fish. I LOVE the potato wedges baked with salt, pepper and vinegar right in them!! They were delicious!

Recipe #291665

4 Reviews |  By ellie_

Recipe source: WW Magazine (May 2007) If following the WW Flex plan this is 8 points with each serving being 1 fish fillet, 1 cup of potatoes and 1 1/2 tablespoons tartar sauce.Just add a simple tossed salad for a complete low-point meal.

Recipe #238847

From Family Circle, UK. A healthy version of the British staple. Serve with mushy peas for a real English meal.

Recipe #161093

4 Reviews |  By Rita~

Be sure to soak your skewers for one hour before skewering. You will have 2-3 shrimp per kabob. This can be served on a bed of couscous or orzo pasta for a (Poli' oreo' fagito') excellent meal or served without as an appetizer. This can be broiled as well.

Recipe #131951

I got this idea to re-create "Red Lobsters "Lobster Pizza" because it was SO GOOD.... so I went to Red Lobster site to see if they offered the recipe and sure enough, there it was, so I went to the store and bought everything I needed and went home and made it... uhmm good! Great lunch or snack. or appetizer if a couple friends come over. Enjoy! Great with beer.

Recipe #130845

The food of Mauritius is a fascinating fusion of Chinese, Creole (island), French and Indian cuisine, also with input from South East Asia. France has had a strong influence here, and the main languages are Mauritian Creole and French. The food is either delicate, or spicy and hot. Fruits are used in abundance. This is a simple taste from that far-flung Indian Ocean island, a beloved holiday spot for South Africans. The coral-reef lagoons around most of the island is reminiscent of the Bahamas. I lifted the basic recipe from the local Sunday Times, but I tweaked it. As far as portions go, I always feel it depends on who's eating, and how hungry they are! You decide.

Recipe #367380

16 Reviews |  By Rita~

Use Cod a nice hearty white fish! Make sure the potatoes are towel dried before frying. You can save time and fry in 2 pans.I like the malt vinegar, but you can serve with tartar sauce. If you have left over batter dip a sliced sweet onion and fry (Onion Rings) ** Thes are accepted for the Cajun Region based on the seasonings used as they are very indicative of the way Fish and Chips is made in Louisiana**

Recipe #55241

I got this off the food network site. I haven't tried these but my hubby loves fish and chips. He grew up overseas and used to be able to get them regularly. I showed him several recipes, including zaar ones, and this was the one he said to make!

Recipe #123057

11 Reviews |  By Kim127

This is a twist to the traditional twice baked potatoes. A meal itself or great as a side with a good steak!

Recipe #60543

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