Baked Stuffed Calamari Recipe
Sep12

Baked Stuffed Calamari Recipe

A staple on many appetizer menus, calamari, which is made by frying sliced or whole squid that’s been breaded, can fit into a balanced and healthful diet. It offers some nutritional value, boosting your intake of minerals and vitamins, as well as macro nutrients needed for energy. However, calamari also contains relatively large amounts of sodium and cholesterol, so you should monitor your portion size and consume it only as an...

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Scallops With Cilantro Sauce
Jul28

Scallops With Cilantro Sauce

Scallops are fan-shaped bivalves with a pleasing geometric shape, and they are found in all the world’s oceans. Most are free-living, active swimmers using jet propulsion to move, but some attach to structures and others bury themselves in the sand using an extensible foot. The word “scallop” is derived from the old French “escalope” meaning “shell”. Scallops have up to 100 eyes around the...

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Noodles With Shrimp Recipe
Jul25

Noodles With Shrimp Recipe

Ingredients: Noodles Shrimp Mushrooms Cream Soy sauce Garlic Pepper Sesame oil Chop the garlic into small pieces. Cut the mushrooms into thin slice. Clean the shrimps. Cut half of the shrimps into medium pieces the other half leave whole. Add the sesame oil on a frying pan. Then put the garlic and fry for 30 seconds. Add shrimps and mix well. Fry shrimp until golden brown. Add the mushrooms and mix all. Fry for 10 minutes. Then add 1...

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Fried Skate Fish
Jul21

Fried Skate Fish

The mouth in almost all skates and rays is on the underside of the body. Skates and bottom-dwelling rays take in water through openings, called spiracles, at the top of the head. The water is transferred to the gills, on the underside of the head. Those rays that do not live on the bottom take in water through the mouth, like other fish. Skates and rays have five pairs of gill slits. Young skates hatch from eggs contained in leathery,...

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Fried Swordfish Steak
Jul03

Fried Swordfish Steak

The Swordfish offers a very interesting body. They have the long bill that looks similar to a sword and that is where their name derives from. They are very predatory fish and they are also a class that many sport fishermen love to be able to capture. They can be up to 15 feet in length when fully mature. They can weigh up to 1,400 pounds so anyone fishing for them will have a challenge on their hands. Their numbers are doing better...

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