Category: Seafood

Red Curry Steamer Clams

Red Curry Steamer Clams

For this recipe I harvested manila clams right off the beaches of the Puget Sound in Washington State. Lucky for me I only have to drive a short distance to get these babies. However, any steamer clams will suffice. I’ve eaten more of these than I can even recall, but most of them have been cooked in the typical white wine and butter broth. I had something similar to this off a menu at some fancy restaurant in Seattle many years ago that is no longer open and I’ve never seen anything quite like it anywhere else, so I decided to make my own.

Smoky Latin Salmon

Smoky Latin Salmon

Living in Los Angeles has given me a great appreciation for Latin spices and flavors, so I decided to combine these for a delicious salmon dinner.

White Miso Butter Glazed Salmon and shrimp

White Miso Butter Glazed Salmon and shrimp

This dish is Japanese inspired fusion dish which uses white miso which I buy at the Asian grocery. I make this often because its very quick to make and very easy clean-up for those days when my schedule is hectic. I serve it with roasted asparagus (roasted same time as the salmon) and either mashed potatoes or rice. The salmon come out moist and flavorful with an unexpected umami flavor. The entire meal take less than 30 minutes to prepare and it is delicious and very healthy .

Halibut Bake

Halibut Bake

This is an easy and healthy dinner that I enjoy cooking when I don’t want to clean up a big mess after!

Curry Salted Cod Fish w/Pumkin and Okra

Curry Salted Cod Fish w/Pumkin and Okra

Depending on what part of the Caribbean this dish comes from, certain ingredients are added and subtracted. It can be placed on top of rice, risotto or eaten with some type of bread (West Indians use Hardo Bread).