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Seafood Recipes

How to Cook Grouper in the Oven

Grouper is a saltwater fish commonly fished with a hook and line from coral reefs in temperate waters like those found on the coas...

6 Ways to Cook Shrimp

It's no surprise that shrimp is so popular in America. This crustacean is mildly sweet with relatively sturdy flesh, making it sui...

How to Reheat Mussels

With their slightly salty and meaty flavor, mussels are a relatively low-fat source of protein, iron and vitamin B12. Their flavor...

How to Cook Lightning Whelks

You have probably heard of eating fried conch, which is a common dish in Florida and the Caribbean, but you may not be aware that ...

How to Cook a Frozen Ahi Tuna Steak in Minutes

Tuna is one of the fatty fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids that the American Heart Association suggests eating twice or more weekly...

How to Cook Whole Fish in the Oven

Modest, honest and simple, a whole roasted fish prepared with affection embodies everything good about rustic cooking. The skin on...

How Do I Saute Already-Cooked Shrimp?

Shrimp are relatively delicate, and it is easy to overcook them, rendering the bite-sized shellfish tough and chewy. It is possibl...

How to Cook Peeled & Unpeeled Shrimp

You can cook peeled and unpeeled shrimp using the same methods, but the shell prevents the flesh from browning. For example, if yo...

What Should You Serve As an Appetizer Before a Lobster Dinner?

Lobster is considered a luxury ingredient, often reserved for special occasions due to its general high price. Although well-suite...

How to Bake Blackened Mahi Mahi in the Oven

Blackened mahi mahi is a spicy preparation, but it's not one of those too-painful-to-enjoy experiences. While blackening tradition...
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