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The most important thing to remember with this recipe is to buy good-quality fish from your local fishmonger or supermarket.
The recipe Ive given you here can be used with all sorts of dishes Ive shown you how to tweak it to go with fish, but you can try using it with anything from pasta to grilled chicken.
If you want to save some time, double the quantities and freeze half of the sauce (it will keep for a couple of months), or pop it in the fridge for up to a week.
If you want to cook some delicious Caribbean Curry Shrimp Roti! without paying for the flight to the islands, here's an easy way to do it yourself.
Learn how to make a Seared Scallops with Jalapeno Vinaigrette and Orange Supremes Recipe!
In this video, Betty (with Rick's help) demonstrates how to make Grilled Jumbo Shrimp.
Marinated in a blend of zesty flavors, these shrimp are grilled to perfection on an outdoor grill and pick up a delightful Cajun-style flavor!
Garlic Shrimp Recipe Hawaii is known for its white sand beaches, tropical climate and fun water sports. But any food lover wil tell you that the real draw on Oahu is the fresh garlic shrimp, served at roadside shrimp trucks along the North Shore.
Chef Jason Hill shows you how to make garlic shrimp scampi modeled after the famous shrimp shacks in Kahuku.
This fresh dish is sure to please at your next dinner party! The red pepper flakes add a little kick, and toasted almonds add a delicious crunch. I like to serve this with orzo pasta or rice pilaf. This dish can also be made with fat-free half and half and low-sodium chicken broth for healthier options.
Halibut cheeks are really delicious and super-easy to cook. Here they are pan-seared and served with a zingy orange sauce with Asian seasonings. Great with asparagus and jasmine rice for a light and tasty Spring dinner.
An Italian-style vegetable and feta cheese topping is the perfect enhancement to delicious baked halibut.
The simplicity and flavour of this summer dish are fantastic. Buy your tuna steaks about 1cm/½ inch thick rather than going for massive inch-thick ones.
That way they cook quickly, giving you a juicy, silky steak that hasnt had a chance to dry out. If you cant get hold of tuna, then shark and swordfish are reasonably good steak-like alternatives.
Tuna is a wonderfully rich, slightly fatty fish. Using grapefruit to sear it gives a really nice contrast of flavours.
It's quick to prepare and it will definitely be a talking point when you have guests round for dinner.
The noodles are a great part of this dish, but can be an optional extra.
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