These Baked Oysters Mornay are so fun (and sort of messy) to make and even more fun to eat. They work well for a light dinner with a glass of white wine or as a starter for dinner guests.
This is a standard raw tuna (poke) salad served in most Hawaiian homes. Be sure to use fresh tuna for the very best flavour.
Seafood and pasta is a wonderful combination, with this one-pot wonder as no exception!
Ankimo is a Japanese traditional winter delicacy.
Easy Asian noodle stir-fry using pantry ingredients that you already have on hand. Quick, no-fuss and made in less than 30 minutes.
A delicious, fast and different way to eat tuna.
White asparagus with raspberry vinegar dressing are topped with salmon and garnished with dill in this celebration of spring flavours.
Delicious and healthy and very elegant. Great for dinner parties.
For a different, heartier salad that could be enjoyed as a light meal by itself.
For a different, heartier salad that could be enjoyed as a light meal by itself, this avocado and tuna salad is a definite winner.
A mayo-free twist on a tuna sandwich!
Salted Cod or bacalhau is probably the most traditional ingredient you can find in Portugal, especially during holiday seasons. Considered a delicacy, there are 1001 ways to cook this dried and salted codfish.
Make plenty because these are yum!
Cheap party appetizer.
Bacon-wrapped shrimp! Ridiculously good, grilled or roasted in the oven, and seasoned with chilli and lime. Perfect for your next backyard BBQ.