Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Recipe Swap Roundup - Fish/Seafood

Fish/seafood was the theme for this recipe swap. I don't cook fish often, but that's going to change. There are so many delicious recipes below I'll be able to make one once a week for the next few months. I just wish shrimp was cheaper. I could easily eat it once a week.

Nicole was pleasantly surprised by her recipe for Grilled Salmon and Potatoes with Quick Tomato Chutney:

Jenna is new to cooking seafood, so she was happy with her super easy and delicious recipe for Garlic Lime Shrimp Pasta:

Jessy satisfied her love of lobster rolls with her recipe for Shrimp Salad Sandwiches:

Caitlin had a hometown connection to her recipe for Hot Crab Dip:

The Cooking Nurse had one of my favorite shrimp recipes, Ginger, Scallion and Garlic Shrimp:

Peace, Love and French Fries cooked outside of her comfort zone with Almond Crusted Salmon:

I rarely cook salmon but this Honey Mustard Salmon with Potatoes and Asparagus has made me anxious to cook this delicious meal again:

Melissa was happy to add another delicious salmon recipe to her repertoire with Lemon-Dill Salmon:

Jey turned her recipe into Spicy Shrimp and Mango Tacos:

Coleen was excited to expand her fish/seafood palate with her recipe for Blackened Mahi Mahi with Mango Salsa:

Jaida tried a new twist on salmon with Juice Box Salmon with Creamy Russian Dressing:

Dawn loves seafood and really enjoyed her recipe for Zesty Shrimp with Arugula:

The Cookaholic Wife took a trip down memory lane with her recipe for Parmesan Tilapia:

Joelen recently discovered she has a gluten sensitivity so she modified her recipe for Tilapia with Chile Garlic Orange Relish:

Nicole enjoyed her Shrimp Bisque:

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  1. Great job once again Sarah...thanks! Everything looks great.

  2. LOVE all the seafood recipes! We're definitely sharing this with all our fans at facebook.com/eatseafood. If you have any other seafood recipes, feel free to share them with our fans :)


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