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Grilled Lemon-Herb Swordfish

SWORDFISH! It is a favorite fish of mine! Well, I like almost every fish! This is a simple Sicilian way to make it. No breading, no marinating, just a quick mixture of oil, butter, and herbs. You really can’t mess up swordfish! This takes just a few minutes to prepare, and only 6-10 minutes total to grill! Use an outdoor BBQ grill or an indoor…

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Scalloped Scallops

Simple, easy, and tender Scalloped Scallops: a popular dish from New England. “Sea Scallops or Bay Scallops, it doesn’t matter which you use in this dish! My Aunt Gloria made this in a very similar way, so this famous New England recipe goes back decades! It is actually poached in the beginning of the baking time and then later the crumbs become crisp! You can…

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Tuna and Spaghetti

“JUST OPEN SOME CANS! Choose 2 favorite seafood cans, 1 can of tomato paste, and 1 can of diced tomatoes to make a delicious, fast sauce in 10 minutes while your pasta is boiling! I used 2 cans of tuna fish for the dish pictured. You can use canned shrimp, clams, salmon, crab, whatever you like, or mix them up. Tuna and Spaghetti recipes go…

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Easy Shrimp and Veggie Stir Fry

“I usually go out for Chinese, but you can make this delicious stir fry with ingredients you probably already have in your pantry. No special sauces or oils.  Use whatever veggies you like.  I steamed the veggies in the microwave rather than sauté them in the pan.  I think it gives a lighter feel to the dish and the veggies are not saturated in oil….

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Annie’s Fettuccine with Lobster Sauce

“This is a tribute to my sister Annie.  She and I used to talk recipes all the time and she loved sharing her recipes with anyone who asked.    Living a few states apart, we would have the phone to our ear with one of us in the middle of a recipe asking for help!  I miss my dear Annie!  She used to make me this lobster…

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Shrimp and Lobster New England Roll ~Low-Calorie

“A classic New England Lobster Roll is to die for, really, it is very special!  A famous upscale chain store advertised something new on their menu… a New England lobster roll, for mega bucks too.  Well, it looked so tempting and I was in the mood for it… but yuck, I said, this is not a New England Lobster roll! I couldn’t even finish it….

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Baked Stuffed Shrimp

“No reason not to enjoy this dish at home and get a WHOLE LOT MORE of that delicious baked stuffed shrimp for your money! It bakes up fast, you just need some extra time to prepare it. Do not be tempted to cut corners and use the pre-cooked shrimp, you will be disappointed with tougher shrimp. I think the ritz crackers make a much tastier stuffing…

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Szechwan Sauce with Shrimp

    “This is a fast and easy Asian Szechwan sauce which is a great base sauce to get creative with shrimp, chicken, vegetables, or anything of your choice.      Enjoy!” Servings:  4 INGREDIENTS:  1 1/2 cups water 1/2 cup ketchup 1/4 cup soy sauce 3 tablespoons cornstarch 2 tablespoons honey 1 teaspoon crushed red pepper 1 teaspoon ginger 1 teaspoon sugar substitute 1/8…

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Fillet of Fish

“This is my own version of fillet of fish. It works for any fish fillet, just adjust the baking time if you have a thicker fillet.  This technique does not overwhelm the fish with a sauce or a batter.   Be sure to grate the onion because chopped onion changes the texture of the topping.   You can surround the fish with cut up veggies,…

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