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If you love fresh, never-frozen salmon but can't use it the same day you buy it, this tip will show you how to keep your fillets straight-from-the-market fresh for up to two days.
Clams are quick to prepare and cook but they can be really off-putting if you bite down on gritty sand. Follow the quick tip below for sand-free seafood.
Find yourself in a pinch with frozen meat and dinner closing in? Use this tip to speed up thawing time!
Get the low-down on shrimp and become a pro on peeling, deveining, and prepping shrimp for any recipe or occasion.
Are you planning to prepare oysters for the holidays? Do so safely and efficiently with these instructions.
Ensure perfectly crisp and tender bacon-wrapped appetizers with this easy-to do and make-ahead tip.
That strawberry huller that's been sitting in the drawer far too long now has another use. Check out how else to use it!
Here's a safe and easy way to drain water or oil from canned seafood and meats.
The system of numbering shrimp isn't standardized, so how do you know what size to buy? Here's what we suggest.
Love serving shrimp at parties, but unsure what to do once the bed of ice starts to melt? Here's a delicious solution.
Don't let that last bit of meat go to waste. With this tip, you can easily remove everything from the shell.
Canned crabmeat comes in multiple varieties. Here's a quick rundown on their qualities, including how they differ.
What is indirect grilling? It's bascially a technique that turns your grill into an outdoor oven so you can cook big items, like whole chickens, pork loins, pizzas, etc. So the next time you fire up the grill, follow these four simple steps, and take the indirect route to perfectly cooked meats, vegetables, and more.
Does grilling leave you fishing for compliments? Have no fear, simply follow these three simple guidelines and five rules for grilling flawless fish fillets every time. Not sure what fish to buy? Read on. How should you prep the grill and the fish? That's covered. Not sure when the fish is done? Follow our test for doneness. This step-by-step technique article walks you through all you need to know about How To Grill Fish.
Tacos off the grill, or a la parilla,
have the dimension of flame and smoke. With lime crema and sliced avocados, these Grilled Fish Tacos are like a summer evening in the palm of your hand. And it’s not being rude if you're skeptical
that fish skin is meant to be eaten — but unless you’re looking for it, you
won’t even know it's there.
Sweet in taste and silky in texture, sea scallops are
perfect for soaking up the distinct flavors of the smoky
grill. “Dry” scallops are the best tasting, but you’ll most
likely find “wet” scallops. The moisture in wet scallops
might inhibit browning, but the sugary pineapple
preserves counteracts that, while adding great flavor.
This Lomi Macaroni Salad is
a mainland version of a popular
Hawaiian salmon and vegetable salad.
Smoked salmon replaces the more
traditional salt-cured salmon for ease
and flavor, while pasta makes it more
substantial. Jalapeño, cilantro, and
fresh lime juice brighten and add
dimension to the dish. But make this
a day ahead, it gets better with age.
This Honey-Tabasco Shrimp with bacon-succotash rice is a quick-to-fix grilled meal that tastes like a spicy-sweet treat. The amount of Tabasco sauce may seem excessive, but the
honey balances out the heat just right.
Salmon in general is touted as a nutritional powerhouse, but wild salmon takes the benefits over the top. On average, wild salmon has 20% more protein and 20% less fat than farm-raised. So enjoy the great outdoors with this quick-to-fix recipe for Cherry-Chipotle Grilled Salmon and smashed potatoes — spicy-fruity and wholesome, it's just the ticket.
Buying a side of salmon and filleting
it yourself, then freezing individual
portions, means this pantry meal
is only as far away as your freezer. Orange-Glazed Salmon fillets and simple
sautéed greens couldn’t be any better or easier. Orange
marmalade and a touch of brown sugar lend a sweet
element to the salmon. Cajun spice lends a little — you
guessed it — spice. And lime juice freshens it all up.
with grapefruit-sage sauce is a delightful way to enjoy winter's ruby fruit. Savory
and silky with subtle grapefruit flavor, this sauce
pairs perfectly with cod or halibut.
Spice up any ordinary weeknight with inexpensive, yet intensely
flavored seafood and a “diavolo” sauce that’s hot as hell.
The tomato-based sauce in this dish
is so spicy that it earned the name
fra diavolo [frah DYAH-voh-loh],
meaning “brother devil” in Italian.
If you or your dinner guests are
sensitive to spicy foods, you may
want to choose another recipe.
True to tradition, this fra diavolo
sauce is served with pasta and seafood.
You actually cook the mussels in the
Sustainable and full of nutrition, mussels are more than worthy of gracing the dinner table — especially when they’re
accompanied by thick, coconut-infused basmati rice and one of the tastiest
broths ever created in the Cuisine Test Kitchen. If you’ve never served mussels
at your house, here’s your chance to seriously spice up dinner.
No need to head to New Orleans when you can have your own jam
session at home. These hushpuppies are a mash-up of the classic dish, shrimp & grits and good
old-fashioned hushpuppies. The end result is incredible. You
might ask, how does shrimp and grits get any better?
Turn it into hushpuppies and fry them up, of course!
But don’t forget the Rémoulade — this sauce kicks
everything up a notch.
Dip your toe into the Mediterranean Diet with this Greek-inspired Scallops & Spinach dish. The sauce is a riff on a Greek oil and lemon sauce, called ladolemono
[lah-tho-LEH-mo-no]. It's a classic topping for all kinds of seafood, and more.
Sweet Potato Hash is loaded with crisp-tender
veggies topped with hot-smoked salmon and a poached egg —
a nutrient-dense dish that can be enjoyed any time of day. With all the good-for-you nutrients and great flavor, it’s hard not
to fall in love with sweet potatoes.