Get the wood chips soaking, and fire up the coals. The best way to prepare fresh seafood is right on your backyard grill!
My father and his Chinese "brother's" recipe for the best deep fried shrimp is now famous in our town. You can even put these on the grill. For a sauce, ketchup and horseradish work great, but these are great by themselves!
Something I whipped up one night for the in-laws. It was inspired by, and based loosely, on several other recipes I have seen. Fairly basic but terrifically tasty!
This easy to make appetizer provides a bountiful assortment of flavors for your taste buds for seafood lovers everywhere.
This is a wonderful quick dish that I've made with shrimp on the grill. Serve with white wine.
These crabcakes are really flavorful and packed with crabmeat. A sure hit for a special meal.
Marinated crazy garlic and butter shrimp that everyone will love! Quick and easy to prepare and cook, marinate for as little as 30 minutes. This one is for the garlic lovers out there!
Shrimp stuffed with horseradish wrapped in bacon and grilled. Don’t be afraid of the horseradish it is not hot after cooked – don’t omit! Note: Make sure you like the people you serve these to, as they will never leave your side!
An easy way to grill and serve a spicy shrimp appetizer.
This marinade is great for grilled salmon. It works well with any cut of salmon. However, I typically use salmon fillets. I like king salmon best but it works well on any type of fresh salmon. This marinade is enough for 3 pounds of salmon.
Halibut steaks barbequed on a cedar plank with a succulent butter and herb basting sauce.
Slight smoke, and lemon make this a perfect dish. Not real fishy.
Light and mild flavored sauce adds just the right flavor to this wonderful fish.
Tuna patties made on the grill. Serve on buns or as a main dish.
This is a sweet and slightly smokey fish.
A whole fish is grilled with lemon and onions, inside and out, and tomato slices on top. Caution small children about the bones!
This recipe originally comes from my good buddy Phil. I slightly altered it and now is largely requested when friends and family get together. I usually use the grill but you can make them in the oven if you prefer. I have also made my own stuffing but it is much more convenient to visit the local fish counter.
Salmon is marinated in ginger, coconut milk, and pineapple, then wrapped in aluminum foil and cooked on the grill. A minted peach-mango salsa accompanies the fish served on a bed of jasmine rice.