A quick and easy broiled salmon that packs a flavorful soy and ginger punch!
A spicy New Orleans classic with tender chicken, spicy chorizo and plump shrimp.
As far as I’m concerned, you can never have enough ways to prepare tilapia. This would work well with any thin white fish, such as s flounder or snapper. The fresh spinach and feta cheese make for such a flavorful filling. You can also prepare this slightly ahead of time, then just pop it inContinue reading “Spinach & Feta Stuffed Tilapia”
I don’t know how everyone else did over the long weekend… But I MAY have cheated on my diet just a little bit. Oh come on… A few (three 😏) hot dogs, fried fish, pizza, chips, cake… That’s not THAT bad 🙈. And we don’t have to talk about any beer, wine, or cocktails here.Continue reading “Lighter Parmesan Tilapia”
Seafood and pasta – what’s not to love?! Simply sauté fresh shrimp with some garlic, olive oil, salt & pepper and toss with cooked pasta and my Classic Alfredo Sauce! Dinner is served!
Tilapia fillets are lightly floured and pan fried, then topped with a flavorful garlic and herb cream sauce. I served mine with a side of steamed broccoli. Tilapia with Garlic Cream Sauce Serves: 4 4 tilapia filets 3 Tbsp. olive oil 1 Tbsp. butter 1/2 c. dry white wine 1/3 c. heavy cream 1/2 tsp.Continue reading “Tilapia with Garlic Cream Sauce”
Who doesn’t love teriyaki anything? Heres a simple and versatile teriyaki glaze that works great on so many things from fish and salmon, to burgers, to chicken. It’s slightly thicker than your traditional teriyaki sauce, and a bit sweeter too which I happen to love! Try it on my Teriyaki Salmon Burgers. #WhatIveGotCookin Sweet TeriyakiContinue reading “Sweet Teriyaki Glaze”
This beauty right here was my first time cooking on a cedar plank. It’s such an easy method done right on your grill and the smoke that’s released from the cedar wood while your food cooks on it adds such a great aroma and flavor to the fish. This method is getting more and moreContinue reading “Cedar Plank Salmon with Dill Mustard”
Last spring I started drinking infused water, with a variety of different fruits and herbs in it. One of my favorites though was the classic cucumber, mint, lemon and lime version. So last summer Nan planted me some mint and basil for my water-infusing endeavors. The plant quickly outgrew what I was able to use though,Continue reading “Scallops with Mint Basil Pesto”
I’ve said it before, you can NEVER have enough ways to prepare tilapia… It’s such a versatile fish. This variation is also mediumly healthy (with the exception of a little bit of butter 🤐), but it’s still better than fried versions! It uses all fresh ingredients, but it’s still fairly simple to make and superContinue reading “Orange Ginger Tilapia”