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Jung Yo says ...
I love white fish that has mild flavor less oils. there are two ways I prepare halibut or cod. first. Slice them thin season with just salt and pepper and light flour touch then eggs on it. sprinkle of oil on non stick pan then cook both side put herbs or green onions to garnish. second, the healthier way is slice them in bite-size. set aside. cut onions and daikon or white radish also bite-size sauce- soy sauce, garlic, red-pepper, sugar, pepper, green onions put daikon or white radish on bottom of the pot first then fish and top with onions and pour sauce on medium heat, cook until the daikon or radish cooked garnish with your favorite herbs it is quite hot and spicy so serve with bread of rice with it.
04/19/2012 1:25:44 AM CDT
Arielle Nugent says ...
Pan-seared Wild Salmon with a Wild Rice Salad. I'd season the salmon with onion flakes, garlic powder, thyme, dill, salt & pepper. Then sear it in a pan with some extra-virgin olive oil. The wild rice salad would be cooked wild rice, chopped apples, diced cucumbers, dried cranberries, and slivered almonds mixed with an herb balsamic vinaigrette. Simple and delicious!
04/19/2012 1:21:12 AM CDT
Sara says ...
Salmon: Squeeze some fresh lemon juice on whole salmon or cut pieces. Sprinkle with either dried dill or fresh dill and spray top of fish with Pam or use small pieces of butter. Place on second oven rack from top and broil about 4:40-5:00 degrees F for 5-7 minutes or until done. Cod or sole: Dip fish into bowl with egg that has been scrambled with a small amount of Kosher salt. Then dip fish with egg into matzoh meal which can be put on wax paper for easy cleanup. Fry fish on stove top in vegetable oil or olive oil until done. It is done when fish turns white and flakes. Remove to plate with paper towel to absorb extra oil.
04/19/2012 1:19:27 AM CDT
William Johnson says ...
Keep it simple. Grilled Tuna with one side brushed with soy sauce, Mirin, minced Ginger Garlic mix. When grilled add a nice accent use extra as dip.
04/19/2012 1:09:24 AM CDT
Clara says ...
For a quick and healthy dinner, I love to poach a salmon fillet in a shallow pan with water, lemon and some white wine. While salmon is cooking, I make a quick vinaigrette with mustard, white wine vinegar, good olive oil, some diced shallot and capers. Toss a big handful of arugula with some of the dressing, and put the salmon fillet on top. Quick, flavorful and healthy.
04/19/2012 12:54:18 AM CDT
Gisela Bond says ...
I love salmon, so the Matzo crusted salmon sounds delicious!
04/19/2012 12:46:43 AM CDT
Carla says ...
I would definitely go with the Pacific Halibut! I make an amazing ceviche dish with bite size chunks of Pacific Halibut, chopped onions, cilantro, cucumber, jalapeno, key lime juice, garlic and sea salt. The fish "cooks" in the acid of the lime juice. It is fantastic with homemade tortilla chips!!!
04/19/2012 12:34:38 AM CDT
Deb says ...
love pink shrimp seasoned with cajun seasoning and grilled
04/19/2012 12:25:25 AM CDT
Tram says ...
Vietnamese spring rolls are the way to go with any light flavored fish or shrimp. Broiled, baked or grilled... the flavor of the fish/shrimp is contrasted and enhanced by the crispy veggies and sweet and tangy dipping sauce. Yum!
04/19/2012 12:25:19 AM CDT
Debbi says ...
Thank you for this important information. Glad to hear you will stop selling the "red" fish.
04/20/2012 11:10:47 AM CDT
maria says ...
I like wild Alaskan salmon, either made into patties or baked simply with olive oil or butter and salt and pepper.
04/18/2012 11:11:20 PM CDT
ErikaM says ...
Catch your own crawdads and throw them in a gumbo!
04/18/2012 11:11:30 PM CDT
MelissaM says ...
I will switch to pole-caught albacore and make a nice salad with it using olive oil, some pasta, red pepper flakes and garlic. That is all it takes.
04/18/2012 11:08:25 PM CDT
P Pizzo says ...
My family lives shrimp and I would cook my pink shrimp with a simple kale/basil pesto over brown rice.
04/18/2012 11:07:58 PM CDT
Jimmy says ...
I love grilled fish treated simply with salt and pepper. I also like grilling some red onion, fennel, tomato, olives, and orange along side. Great with a chilled orzo salad.
04/18/2012 11:00:08 PM CDT
Michelle says ...
Black Cod or Halibut in foil with soy(mix with little honey, chopped garlic and sesame oil), fresh match stick ginger and scallions. Tent it and throw on the grill. Serve over fresh spinach with left over soy.
04/18/2012 10:55:20 PM CDT
ELIZABETH HERMAN says ...
My entire family loves the pink shrimp last week we had a stir fry. We tried it in a lettuch wrap and loved it. Much better than the previous Famous Lettuce Wraps that we all gave rave reviews. Thanks for the infor.
04/18/2012 10:57:51 PM CDT
JC says ...
Salmon and potato quiche from eatquiche.com!
04/18/2012 10:55:18 PM CDT
tatianak says ...
Got out of work late & couldn't decide what to make for dinner with so little time. Found salmon recipe with matzo even the kids loved it. This weekend will try spicy coconut braised black cod. Thanks for recipes.
04/18/2012 10:53:33 PM CDT
Belinda Gross says ...
The Eastren Oysters would something I would like to try. Just plain oysters right from the sea, still in their shell. Or oyster soup, with shrimp and some scallions.
04/18/2012 10:47:47 PM CDT
Mary H Doyle says ...
Mahi-Mahi is perfect for fish tacos!! The texture and flavor really stands up to all the other crunchy ingredients in the layered tacos. I pan-sear small fillets or pieces in a bit of oil with chopped onion and chili powder (Whole foods brand 365 Valle del Sol is perfect with the smokey/ sweet balance.)
04/18/2012 10:51:22 PM CDT
EJ says ...
I saute shrimp in olive oil with garlic and fresh green and yellow squash, served over thin whole wheat speghetti or rice.
04/18/2012 10:36:31 PM CDT
Jenne Griffin says ...
I would love to see grouper, we love it Blackened - also Sea bass so mist ans flakey we bake it with fresh herbs.
04/18/2012 10:21:30 PM CDT
Linda says ...
I love black cod Asian-style, braised with soy sauce, sherry, sesame oil, garlic, and ginger. Cook on medium heat up to 10 minutes. Garnish with chopped scallions and sesame seeds. Delicious!
04/18/2012 10:13:09 PM CDT
thatgirljen says ...
1 filet - 2 days worth of meals!! We love all sorts of seafood... especially the whole wild caught sockeye salmon fillets. I bake a whole fillet (rub with olive oil and then I cover the filet with a dry tea rub - bake skin side down at 400 degrees for 12-15 minutes, then i drizzle a little honey over the top and finish off in the broiler for 2-3 minutes.) I serve that with a lemon orzo (i like the orzo chilled- orzo boiled as per package, add chopped scallions, olive oil and fresh squeezed lemon and coarse chopped parsley) Since we are a family of 3 - one large fillet gives us 2 meals... so with the remaining salmon, i make a salmon spread (left over salmon, chopped parsley, a little mayo, a little dijon s&p and hit it with some lemon- mix all together and chill over night) then we eat that with crackers and sliced cheese and sliced apples and left over orzo if there's any ;)
04/18/2012 10:09:51 PM CDT

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