Have dinner on the table in twenty minutes with this creamy, stove top tuna noodle casserole.
Offer a bountiful variety of seafood in a savory tomato sauce, and any meal becomes a feast.
This tantalizing appetizer mingles fresh ahi, avocado, cucumbers and spice and will impress the most knowledgeable food critic.
This is a standard raw tuna (poke) salad served in most Hawaiian homes. Although unconventional, it is sure to please the more adventurous seafood lovers. Be sure to use fresh tuna for the very best flavor, although fresh frozen tuna will produce acceptable results.
Simple and sweet, this recipe for grilling a whole salmon fillet is sure to be a family favorite.
This smoked salmon derives its flavor from Alder wood planks. I get these planks at the local lumber yard. Be sure you tell whoever helps you that you are cooking salmon on the wood so that you do not get any creosote wood or other treated wood. Also, make sure you know what plank size will fit in your smoker before you go to get the wood. This salmon will come out very moist and smoky, so be prepared for some of the best smoked fish you've ever eaten!
When you're done this halibut dish melts in your mouth! The credit goes to my future mother-in-law! If you can find creme fraiche you may substitute it for the heavy cream. Each filet should be between 3/4 and 1 inch thick.
A simple and tasty salmon entree. Mayo and onions deliver a sweet and creamy flavor which is perfect with the crunch of the bread crumbs. I sometimes add nutmeg, totally optional. Tastes great with rice pilaf.
Delicious halibut is cooked with an array of spicy flavors to make the perfect filling for tacos!
Anchovies, pungent and salty, flavor the garlicky olive oil sauce for this full-flavored dish. Toss with hot linguine noodles and pass the bread for sopping up every last drop.