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Broiled Scallops
Broiled Scallops Recipe combines scallops, butter, bread crumbs, onion powder, garlic powder, paprika, parsley, and Parmesan cheese in a casserole dish and then bakes the scallop casserole to make a delicious and tasty seafood dish.
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Fried Calamari
Fried Calamari Recipe is a fantastic seafood recipe using whole calamari cut into rings then marinated in milk, egg and fresh basil leaves before dusting with flour, paprika, sea salt and pepper before frying and serving with lemon wedges.
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Clam Chowder
Clam Chowder Recipe combines minced clams with onions, celery, carrots, potatoes, clam juice, butter, flour, half-and-half cream, chicken broth, thyme and ground pepper to create a wonderfully delicious clam chowder.
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Emeril's Crab Cakes
Emeril's Crab Cakes Recipe creates cakes extraordinaire using onion, celery, bell pepper, garlic, crab meat, green onions, Parmigiano-Reggiano, parsley, Creole mustard and seasoning, lemon juice, eggs, Worcestershire sauce, bread crumbs and flour.
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Crab Cakes
Crab Cakes Recipe uses lump crabs meat and combines it with egg, Dijon mustard, Worcestershire Sauce, lemon juice, hot sauce, crab boil seasoning, bell pepper, scallions and bread crumbs to create delicious and tasty crab cakes.
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Crab Cakes2
Crab Cakes Recipe adds New Orleans flair to lump crabmeat with bread crumbs, butter, onions, bell pepper, celery, Seafood Magic, parsley, Worcestershire Sauce, pepper sauce, garlic, clam juice, eggs and heavy cream.
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Crab Cakes3
Crab Cakes Recipe uses crab claw meat, bread crumbs, onion, Old Bay seasoning, eggs, and lump crab meat to create a delicious and tasty crab cake which is relatively simple and easy to make.
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Grilled Foil Packet Shrimp
Grilled Foil Packet Shrimp Recipe places shrimp, butter, chopped parsley, garlic cloves, salt and pepper, lemon juice and red pepper flakes in foil packets and grill allowing juices and spices to blend creating a delicious and tasty shrimp dish.
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Frogmore Stew Seafood
Frogmore Stew Seafood Recipe uses Old Bay Seasoning and new red potatoes, hot smoked sausage links, corn and shrimp to create this delicious and very tasty seafood dish.
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Shrimp Stock
Shrimp Stock Recipe makes stock which may be used in numerous recipes, but is essential for gumbo and uses shrimp, crab, onion, bay leaves, thyme, Old Bay seasoning, cayenne and lemon to create this shrimp stock recipe.
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The principal differenation in types of fish, as related to fish cookery, is the variation in fat content.

As a rule, fat fish, such as salmon or shad, are most desirable for baking, broiling, and planking because their fat content will keep them from becoming dry.

Lean fish, such as cod and haddock, are preferred by some for boiling and steaming as their flesh is firm, and will not easily fall apart while cooking. Both fat and lean fish are suitable for frying.

There are, however, so many exceptions to these rules that actually all fish may be cooked by any of the basic methods with excellent results if allowances are made for the fat content. For example, lean fish, such as halibut, may be broiled or baked if basted frequently with melted fat; otherwise they will have a tendency to become dry.

Most Important Cookery Rule: The most important thing to remember in cooking fish is that it is too often overcooked. Just enough cooking to enable the flesh to be flaked easily from the bones will leave the fish moist and tender and bring out its delicate flavor.

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