Something about cooking fish on a Cedar Plank makes them taste that much better. I've cooked these Salmon on a Gas Grill, a Traeger, and a Blackstone. Either method you choose will come out delicious. You Might Also Like… Grilled Salmon with Mango Salsa Quick and Easy Fish Tacos with Pineapple Slaw Low Sodium Crunchy […]
Fish & Seafood
Processing the panko and cilantro in a food processor makes fine crumbs that stick well to the shrimp and are still crunchy. Pan frying keeps the fat very low and cooks quickly. Homemade cocktail sauce tastes better and is about half the sodium of store bought.
Your favorite bagel topping can be used for so much more. It's delicious on shrimp, potatoes, and almost any vegetable. Make sure you get the "Salt Free" versions because the regular seasoning contains a lot of sodium.
A sheet pan dinner is easy to clean-up when the fish is cooked in paper. The paper wrapped halibut also stays moist and cooks perfectly. Finish the dish with freshly squeezed lemon juice over the fish and vegetables.
Original recipe adapted from Cook’s Country Magazine. Complete the meal with perfect Restaurant style Mexican Rice. Chipotle chili in adobo sauce kicks up the heat in these spicy grilled shrimp. You can reduce the amount of chipotle chili/adobo sauce in the recipe if you prefer less heat. The mayonnaise based marinade really makes this dish
Seared Sea Bass on a bed of roasted red peppers, tomatoes, and garlic; topped with a garlicky mayonnaise. Simple enough for weeknights, but elegant enough for company.
Original recipe is from Eatingwell Magazine. My version is not as pretty as theirs, but it is pretty darn tasty. My carrot ribbons looked really sad, so I just stirred them and the pickling liquid into the rice. I also didn’t make the dish with black rice mainly because no store near me carried black