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6 Delicious Seafood Recipes

Seafood is delicious and healthy food that can be enjoyed by people of all ages. With seafood recipes, you will never run out of ideas for what to cook in the kitchen. In this article, we have included 6 seafood recipes that are both simple and tasty!

One thing is certain when cooking your seafood; you should always include garlic and onions. They are the perfect base for seafood dishes because they add some flavor and help to balance out any fishiness that may be present in your seafood dish.

Seafood recipes can make a great meal served with rice or pasta, but they can also make an excellent appetizer when served as sushi rolls or Crudo!

Seafood Ideas to Try Tonight

It’s the seafood season, and there are so many ways you can cook seafood! In our recipe collection below, we’ve compiled six great seafood recipes for your enjoyment. If you don’t know how to cook seafood or what kind of seafood is best to buy in that area, check out this post on cooking with seafood. 

Recipe One: Shrimp Scampi with Garlic Butter Sauce

  • One pound of shrimp, peeled and deveined 
  • Two tablespoons olive oil or butter for cooking the seafood over high heat
  • Four garlic cloves, minced or crushed into a paste (optional) 
  • Pinch salt and pepper to taste
  • Optional ingredients include chopped parsley, lemon juice, and seafood sauce

In a large pan over medium-high heat, add the oil or butter.  Add in shrimp and cook on one side for three minutes until they are pink but not cooked through. Flip them once more to cook both sides for about 30 seconds per side. Season with salt and pepper then set aside.

In the same pan, add in garlic and sauté for one minute or until it is lightly browned. 

Add seafood sauce to deglaze the pan then return shrimp back into the pan with a squeeze of lemon juice. 

Add parsley if desired and simmer on low heat for three minutes before serving with pasta.

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Recipe Two: Grilled Oysters Rockefeller 

  • Oyster shells (available at seafood markets) or aluminum foil for each oyster shell 
  • One tablespoon butter per oyster
  • one teaspoon chopped shallot per oyster melted together and cooled to room temperature Optional ingredients include bread crumbs, saltines, parsley, paprika, and seafood sauce

Preheat grill to high.

Place oyster shells on the grill for one minute per side (or until lightly browned).

Remove from heat and set aside. 

Spread bread crumbs or crackers across a plate then place an oyster each in its shell atop the filling. 

Drizzle seafood sauce over the seafood then tops with parsley.

Recipe Three: Baked Oysters 

  • Oyster shells (available at seafood markets) or aluminum foil for each oyster shell
  • One tablespoon butter per oyster
  • One teaspoon minced garlic per oyster melted together and cooled to room temperature
  • Optional ingredients include bread crumbs, saltines, parsley, paprika, and seafood sauce

Preheat oven to 425 degrees.  Place oyster shells on the baking sheet for five minutes per side (or until lightly browned). Remove from heat and set aside. Spread bread crumbs or crackers across a plate then place an oyster each in its shell atop the filling. Drizzle seafood sauce over the seafood then tops with parsley.

Bake for five more minutes or until they are cooked through (depending on how big you want them). 

Optional: Serve in a bowl of hot soup like clam chowder, cream of mushroom soup, or tomato bisque.

Recipe Four: Fried Oysters 

  • Oyster shells (available at seafood markets) or aluminum foil for each oyster shell 
  • One tablespoon butter per oyster plus one teaspoon minced garlic per oyster melted together and cooled to room temperature
  • Optional ingredients include bread crumbs, saltines, parsley, paprika, and seafood sauce

Preheat oil in a large skillet to 350 degrees. Fry seafood for one minute per side or until golden brown and crispy. Remove from heat, season with salt then set aside on a plate lined with a paper towel.

In the same pan, sauté minced garlic in butter over medium-high heat for two minutes before adding seafood sauce and parsley (or any other optional ingredients). 

Continue to simmer for two additional minutes before serving with seafood.visit here movie4me

Recipe Five: Sauteed Scallops in White Wine over Spinach Risotto 

  • Four cups of chicken broth or white wine
  • One tablespoon butter per scallop
  • One teaspoon minced garlic per scallop melted together and cooled to room temperature One teaspoon seafood sauce per scallop 
  • Optional ingredients include minced parsley, salt, and pepper

In a large pan over medium-high heat, add the oil or butter. Add in scallops and cook on one side for two minutes until they are pink but not cooked through. Flip them once more to cook both sides for about 30 seconds per side. Season with salt and pepper then set aside.Click here for more info  uwatchfree

In the same pan, add in garlic and sauté for one minute or until it is lightly browned. More info for visit the site bolly4u

Add seafood sauce to deglaze the pan then return seafood back into the pan with a squeeze of lemon juice. 

Add wine and simmer for two minutes before adding broth or water to the seafood. Allow seafood to cook through in liquid on low heat (depending on how big you want them).

Place risotto into a bowl, top with seafood then spoon sauce over it all before serving.

Recipe Six: Baked Oysters Rockefeller 

  • Oyster shells (available at seafood markets) or aluminum foil for each oyster shell 
  • One tablespoon butter per oyster plus one teaspoon minced garlic per oyster melted together and cooled to room temperature
  • Optional ingredients include bread crumbs, saltines, parsley, paprika, and seafood sauce

Cook the shallot with butter and seafood sauce for one minute. 

Add breadcrumbs, parsley, and seafood to the shallot mixture then cook an additional three minutes before removing from heat. 

Place oyster shells on a baking sheet as instructed in Recipe Three. Fill each shell with two tablespoons of the seafood stuffing mix while it is piping hot. click here okpunjab

Bake for five more minutes or until they are cooked through (depending on how big you want them). Optional: serve in a bowl of hot soup like clam chowder, cream of mushroom soup, or tomato bisque.

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