Cooking Dude TM

Have fun learning to be a better cook!

Home ] About ] Contact us ] Faves ] Privacy Policy ]

 

Recipe Index
Kitchen Tools
Pantry
Refrigerator
Seasonings, Herbs, & Spices
Kitchen Safety
Disaster Recovery
Methods
Culinary Terms
Tutorials
Sauces
Appetizers
Soups
Salads
Eggs & Cheese
Sandwiches
Beef & Veal
Pork
Lamb
Poultry
Seafood
Vegetables
Desserts
Breads
Weights and Measures
Links
Link Exchange

Seafood

Grilled Shrimp

Seafood, as you know, is not only good, but good for you. There is such a wide variety, I can only offer examples here. For example, the grilled shrimp shown in the photo is only one delicious way to fix shrimp.

The fish available where you live may differ from the varieties I use here in San Diego, and many times the same fish has different names in different locations. So don't be afraid to substitute the type of fish in these recipes.

When buying seafood, let your nose be your guide. It's OK for the fish to smell like the ocean, but it should be a pleasant smell.

If it stinks, buy something else.

You will also frequently have the choice of fresh or frozen. "Fresh" means not frozen for a long time. Believe me, if you're running a fishing boat halfway around the world from your port, that fish is really kept cold, and is usually frozen.

Cornbread Shrimp
Crab with Tequila Cilantro Sauce
Fish and Chips
Fish Tacos
Fried Catfish
Grilled Shrimp
Fried Shrimp
Poached Salmon with Orange Tarragon Mayonnaise
Shrimp Cocktail
Shrimp Fra Diavolo
Shrimp Linguini with Vodka Cream Sauce
Shrimp New Orleans
Shrimp San Diego
Shrimp Vera Cruz
Tilapia Sorrento
 


Copyright John P. Choisser - CookingDude.com 2005-2014