Fish & Seafood
The secrete to good seafood is to prevent over cooking. Remember that food continues to cook for a few minutes off the heat so especially with seafood, cook fish until it just begins to flake off the bone and shellfish until it is almost completely opaque.
When selecting your seafood from the market let your senses do the shopping. First, look at the eyes of the fish as they should be clear. Second smell, fresh fish has no fishy odor. Third, feel. The flesh should be firm. When shopping for shellfish they should still be alive with their shells still tightly closed.
As with any dish starting with the freshest ingredients is the first step to making fabulous meals.
- Blue Cornmeal Crusted Sea Bass with Corn Salsa
- Asian Greens with Grilled Salmon
- Broccoli and Lobster Stir-Fry
- Pacific Rim Fish with Indian Curry Sauce
- Seafood Paella
- Baltimore Crab Cakes
- Black Linguine with White Clam Sauce
- Clam and Mushroom Lasagna
- Pad Thai (Stir-fried Noodles, Thai Style)