With only 6 ingredients and taking less than 40 minutes to prepare, you’ll have a 5-star meal in no time.
I often will order good old fish & chips when I go out for a quick dinner. The classic English takeout food isn’t elegant, but sinfully delicious. It takes some time to make, as you’ll need to cook in small batches. Fish that can be used are: Dogfish, Blackfish, Catfish, Cod, Haddock, Pacific Pollock, Halibut, or Wolfish.
This delicious Fish Stew will become a fast favorite at your family’s table.
I’ve kept this recipe simple, but feel free to add capers, chives, or diced jalapeños when preparing salmon.
I’ve been spending a lot of time on Martha’s Vineyard this summer. I love the abundance of seafood and how the sea air fills my senses. This one-pot dinner is so easy, made with sweet cherry tomatoes, earthy chorizo, and a splash of wine. Seriously, I can’t think of a better way to spend a summer evening. Make sure you have plenty of crusty bread to soak up the delicious broth.
These stuffed tomatoes are a bit retro, but are totally delicious. They make a nice, gluten-free addition to a picnic or barbecue.
This light dish features an irresistible combination of fresh shrimp and couscous. Feel free to add vegetables to your liking.
I once had a Sicilian boyfriend who used to make fried calamari for me often. Of course this was the same boyfriend who used to throw cooked pasta against the wall to test if it was done. Fried calamari is still a guilty pleasure for me and as always homemade is best. You can serve it with the sauce or simply serve with lemon wedges.
Steamed mussels and tender roasted fingerling potatoes pair nicely with wilted watercress in this simple salad. Be sure to toss the watercress and vinaigrette with the potatoes as soon as they come out of the oven so the watercress wilts and the dressing penetrates the potatoes as they cool.