Seafood recipes to prepare on holidays

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Looking for a unique and exciting recipes this Holiday Season ... try to read this recipes .... from www.gourmetrecipe.com

Looking for a unique and exciting recipes this Holiday Season ... try to read this recipes .... from www.gourmetrecipe.com

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  • 1. Seafood Recipes to Prepare onHolidaysThe Christmas Celebration is not complete without the delicious and extravagant food that are beingprepared. However, some guests are sensitive to red meat such as pork or beef. An answer to thiscomplicated problem is to make seafood dishes that are healthy and pleasant at the same time. Here aresome of the best suggested seafood recipes to cook for the jolly season.Grilled Shrimp in Sweet MarinadeThis is a very simple and easy marinade that makes your shrimp the best in town, even without sauce.Ingredients:3 cloves of minced garlic, 1/3 cup olive oil, ¼ cup tomato sauce, 2 tablespoons chopped fresh basil, ½teaspoon salt, ¼ teaspoon pepper, 2 pounds peeled fresh shrimpInstructions:Mix the garlic, olive oil, and tomato sauce. Season with salt and pepper, you may add basil if you wishto do so. Add the shrimp to the bowl and stir with the mix until all the pieces are coated evenly. Oncedone, place the prepared marinade in the refrigerator for half an hour to an hour. Remember to stir onceor twice in between to avoid the shrimp from sticking together. When the marinade is ready, grill yourshrimp for 2 to 3 minutes per side or until the shrimp’s color become opaque. Add in the thrill byplacing your shrimps on skewers.
  • 2. CioppinnoCioppinno literally means “to chop” from the land of Genoa, usually prepared with the fresh catch ofthe day. It is a type of seafood stew, perfect for the cold Christmas breeze.Ingredients:¾ cup butter, 2 onions, chopped, 1 bunch fresh parsley, chopped, 2 cans stewed tomatoes. 2 canschicken broth or 2 chicken broth cubes, herbs and spices such as basil, thyme and oregano, 1 cup water,½ kilo peeled large shrimp, 18 small clams, 1 ½ cups crabmeatInstructions:Dissolve the butter over a medium-low heat in a large stockpot. Mix the garlic, onions and parsley withoccasional stirring until the onions are soft. Add the stewed tomatoes, chicken broth and all the herbsand spices that you prepared. Also pour in the water, you may also add white wine for more taste. Mixwell, cover and boil for 30 minutes. Once done, stir in the shrimp, crabmeat and clams. You may alsoadd fish, scallops and mussels if you desire to do so. Take the soup to simmer. Serve this stew withcrusty bread.
  • 3. Seafood ChowderTop your holiday seafood menu with this creamy soup thats full of flavor! Your family will be sure toask for more.Instructions:1 1/2 cups evaporated milk, 1 container cream cheese, 2 cloves garlic, minced, 1 can cream ofmushroom soup, 1 cup chopped green onions, 1 cup sliced carrots, 1 can whole kernel corn(undrained), 1 1/2 cups chopped potatoes, 1 teaspoon dried parsley, 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper1/2 pound shrimp, 1/2 pound crabmeat, 1/2 pound calamari tubesInstructions:Mix ½ cup evaporated milk, garlic and cream cheese in a large stockpot on low heat. Mix until all theingredients have blended. Dispense in soup, green onions, corn with liquid, carrots, potatoes, parsleyand the remaining one cup milk. Season with salt and black pepper. Seethe the chowder in 25 minutes.Mix in the shrimp, crabmeat, and calamari. Turn off stove when the seafood is already thick.Remember not to bring the chowder to a boil as it will dry up the stew.
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