If you are looking for an easy and quick recipe that is packed with great delicious flavors that can be made in under 20 minutes. Check out this Salmon with mustard maple sauce that only has six ingredients that you probably already have in your pantries and refrigerators already. The salmon is quickly pan seared to lock in the juices, leaving you with moist salmon and the super quick sauce helps bring out the natural sweetness of the fish without overwhelming the taste of the fish.
Salmon is one of the best fish to cook with as it has a thick meaty fillet and mild flavor, it can accept sauces and marinades very easily. The flavor combinations are never ending.
When making red snapper, the fish is so flavorful as it is. for this This recipe for Broiled Red snapper with Asian-Style Gremolata, the snapper is broiled quickly with just a little salt and pepper. The second half of the recipe involves making an asian-style gremolata that uses cilantro and lime rather than the traditional parsley and lemon. Just that little change in the gremolata makes all the difference and adds a great fresh flavors to the fish. This a great simple dish that is gourmet and can be made within 20 minutes.
New Orleans-Style Barbecue Shrimp is far from what you think it would be. The dish is shrimp cooked tender in a spice and worcestershire sauce spiked butter sauce with butter with fresh lemon juice. The shrimp is typically cooked in the sauce, but I like to grill them to add a bit of smoky flavor before I toss them in the sauce. The shrimp come out tasting rich and wonderful and are incredibly simple to prepare. The shrimp are great over salads, rice or any other starch.
Looking for a great way to get a great crispy crust surrounding your fish without deep frying with a huge pot of oil. This easy cornmeal crusted cod comes out soft and flaky inside and has a great crispy crust that is packed with flavor. The fish takes under 30 minutes to have this great meal on the table. Serve the cod with the tartar sauce or a fresh lemon squeezed on top is perfect for a lent dinner or anytime of the year.
As the spring comes around and lent is in full force for many people, these easy mini crab cakes are a great appetizer for any gathering and is a true crowd pleaser. The mini crab cakes are full of lump crab meat, which is a necessity for any crab cake and is full of citrus flavor. The recipe also uses a cream cheese base in place of the mayo that helps the crab cakes firm up when they are baking. Baking the crab cakes make all edges nice and crispy with no effort and wont need to spend time frying them each.
Hushpuppies are a small corn meal based savory balls that are fried and are typical served as a side dish or appetizer. They are more popular in the southern half of the US. In these crab hushpuppies recipe, the preparation is simple and quick with the use of ready-to-use cornbread mix. Using the cornbread mix cuts out a lot of extra ingredients to measure out. The batter can be made in about the same time the oil takes to heat up over a medium heat. Even if you are unsure of making hushpuppies, this recipe gives a great tasty result packed with corn and crab flavors, goes especially well with the Dijon honey sauce below.
This baked soy maple salmon is a great quick and easy recipe that is great for any dinner. The recipe only uses six ingredients and are very easy to find, probably have them in your kitchen right now. The salmon cooks in under 15 minutes and comes out flaky and covered in a delicious glaze that is caramelized on right at the end. If salmon isn't your favorite kind of fish, you can also replace it with a different fatty fish such as cod, sea bass, halibut or trout.
If you are looking for a quick and easy appetizer, you have to try this recipe. This crab and cheese bread loaf is packed with a cheesy crab filling that sticks to the toasted bread loaf. The crab and cheese bread loaf can be made from start to finish in under 30 minutes and is a crowd pleaser for your next family gathering or game day. Check out the recipe below in post.
Halibut is a very versatile fish, you can grill, poach, pan fry and the easiest roasting in the oven. This walnut dijon crusted roasted halibut is very simple to prepare, start to finish it can be done in 15-20 minutes. The oven does all of the cooking. The only thing you have to is top the halibut fillets with the crust topping. Halibut is a very lean fish however, so make sure you don't let the fish get overcook and dries out. Check out the recipe below in post.
A quick and easy way to cook fish is to broil it in the oven. It is a hassle free way that takes very little effort and can be done in under 10 minutes. With the addition of the mayonnaise, the fish gets a nice golden crust and holds in the lemon-thyme flavor along with keeping the fish fresh and moist. Check out the recipe below in post.
Hey everyone, I am Dan and Live in Minnesota. I am here to show you the wonderful world of cooking and baking. As being a young boy in the kitchen to being a chef for over 10 years, I will show you the great recipes I have used over the years and what I do next. Please stick around and Enjoy!!