Travel & Dining

Seafood Risotto With Mascarpone and caviar

Use the freshest seafood that you can find, scallops, shrimp or squid. They go perfectly well with the caviar and the ultra-luxurious mascarpone crème. Serves 4 Ingredients Extra-virgin olive oil500 grams Seafood cut into 1″ pieces (we used shrimp)2 Tbsp. tomato paste1/2 Tsp turmeric2/3 cup dry white wine, 1 small carrot, minced1 celery stalk, minced6 […]

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Seared Scallop Blanquette

For us, spring means putting away the dark sauces and focusing on light and green ingredients. We were inspired by the French blanquette, a creamy white sauce stew made with veal. The veal was replaced with plump sea scallops, and the dish was brightened with verdant, seasonal asparagus. A blanquette is traditionally thickened with egg […]

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Caribbean Broiled Salmon

Broiling salmon is one of the fastest and most moist methods to prepare it. It keeps the interior delicate while heating the exterior. When you make this jerk salmon, your house could smell like a Caribbean charcoal barbecue. Don’t be concerned if the salmon darkens significantly while it cooks; this indicates that it’s almost done. […]

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Coconut Shrimp Curry Perfect with rice

This easy curry has a nice flavor with a hint of coconut and is laced with spices. From button-type white mushrooms to golden oyster mushrooms, use any grown mushrooms you can find. You may also omit the curry leaves, but they provide a great depth of flavor if you can acquire them. Serves about 4 […]

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Your-style Seafood Pasta With Tomato and Sicilian Olives

Consider this a midweek fish stew with pasta as opposed to a seafood spaghetti. It’s incredibly adaptable: You may use any seafood you like, including but not limited to shellfish like mussels, clams, or shrimp, and firm-fleshed white fish like cod, halibut, or flounder. The key is to keep the garlic tomatoes saucy enough to […]

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Tempura Shrimp Gambas

When I created this dish my intention was to create a fusion of tempura shrimp and a shrimp popper. The light tempura batter goes perfect with garlic mayo and a zesty sprinkle of freshly squeezed lime juice. A wonderful addition to any dinner spread! Serves 3-4 Ingredients Peanut oil for frying500 grams peeled shrimp1 ½ […]

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