Top Rated Seafood Recipes

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Dancer^
Sprinkle onto fish or seafood before baking or grilling. Add the blend to fish soup and sauce; use for making court bouillon for poaching fish and shellfish.
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Manda
Mmmm...creamy seafood lasagna with a rich white sauce. I sometimes add broccoli just to give some color (and sneak in those
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Judith
I developed these enchiladas last Cinco de Mayo when I wanted seafood enchiladas, but could not find a recipe I liked. Everyone at the party asked for the recipe. These are not for the diet conscious!
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Judith
I developed these enchiladas last Cinco de Mayo when I wanted seafood enchiladas, but could not find a recipe I liked. Everyone at the party asked for the recipe. These are not for the diet conscious!
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Judith
I developed these enchiladas last Cinco de Mayo when I wanted seafood enchiladas, but could not find a recipe I liked. Everyone at the party asked for the recipe. These are not for the diet conscious!
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Kathie's Kafe
I got this wonderful seafood recipe from the Food Network. I have made it several times and we really enjoy it. Hope you do too.
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Kathie's Kafe
I got this wonderful seafood recipe from the Food Network. I have made it several times and we really enjoy it. Hope you do too.
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Moyni
Simple spaghetti with mixed seafood and a white wine and garlic based sauce - sauce might be overstating it, it is more of a lubrication in this simple dish.
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Moyni
Simple spaghetti with mixed seafood and a white wine and garlic based sauce - sauce might be overstating it, it is more of a lubrication in this simple dish.
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Librarybaker
When we lived in Louisiana, I learned to make this gumbo from a friend's mother-in-law. It does call for a little more tomato than most gumbos, but it is our favorite! I usually don't give amounts for the seafood; we always add more than the original recipe called for and we like a variety of seafood in it. When my daughters copied the recipe, they just put down "bunches and bunches" for the seafood amount. We usually just serve this with salad and French bread.
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Librarybaker
When we lived in Louisiana, I learned to make this gumbo from a friend's mother-in-law. It does call for a little more tomato than most gumbos, but it is our favorite! I usually don't give amounts for the seafood; we always add more than the original recipe called for and we like a variety of seafood in it. When my daughters copied the recipe, they just put down "bunches and bunches" for the seafood amount. We usually just serve this with salad and French bread.
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Daydream
Laksa is a spicy, aromatic, soup, very popular in South-East Asia, and a meal in itself. It comprises a spicy laksa paste incorporated into a thick, rich coconut gravy, laced with spices and fresh herbs, to which is added seafood or chicken and is then served on a bed of fresh hot noodles. Although the preparation can appear daunting, if you gather all the ingredients and take it one step at a time, it is really very easy and a lot of fun. Here it is made with seafood. If you prefer chicken, omit seafood and add a pound of breast or thigh, sliced into thin strips, at step 9. Or, if you prefer, use tofu!
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