This amazing seafood recipe features calamari and shrimp with delicious fresh vegetables and greens.
Archive for the “shrimp” Category
Apr 20 2013
Jun 09 2012
We’ve been trying to figure out how many pounds upon pounds of butter we’ve been using in the Canadian Living Test Kitchen in the last few weeks. With developing recipes for the 2012 holidays, the bags of sugar, flour and packs of eggs and butter seem to dissapear just as fast as they make their way into our kitchen. The consensus seems to be that we stopped counting after 18 pounds of butter!
The wintery treats of the day make me crave anything summery come dinner
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May 29 2012
Balsamic vinegar adds wonderful flavor and aroma to this dish. As it cooks, it will cook down and slightly thicken, and the taste of the vinegar will go from tangy to a more subtle sweetness. You can use pork medallions or chicken breasts instead of sh…
May 24 2012
Looking for a quick and delicious dinner? Healthy and packed with great Mediterranean flavors, try this shrimp and pasta dish tonight!
Apr 26 2012
Give succotash—traditionally a Southern dish made with corn, lima beans, and peppers—an update using edamame instead of limas and turn it into a main dish by adding shrimp.
Apr 14 2012
A quick and easy version of this traditional Thai dish you can make with common supermarket ingredients.
Feb 04 2012
Here’s a great start for Super Bowl XLVI. This Bloody Mary recipe features celery salt as the secret ingredient, adding a winning flavor to an already delicious classic cocktail. Get the recipe here!
Dec 29 2011
Top Chef Master Marcus Samuelsson answered our crustacean craving with a light pita pocket stuffed with marinated jumbo shrimp, drizzled in a creamy yogurt sauce and flavored to spicy satisfaction.
Sep 27 2011
Anthony Uglesich named this dish after his son, John, nicknamed Uggie by the kids at school who couldn’t pronounce his name. Anthony prefers the super-spicy Melinda’s brand hot sauce in Shrimp Uggie but admits the possibility of Tabasco or Crystal bran…
May 11 2011
This recipe makes a flavor filled meal complete with shrimp, jasmine rice, fish sauce, and herbs.