Category: Seafood Recipes
If you are a fan of shrimp and garlic like me, be prepared to be both extremely satisfied and safe from vampires if you make this dish. This is one of the most delicious shrimp dishes I’ve ever made. Yea, I’m tooting my own horn a bit but once you try this dish you will see why. Make sure you use fresh garlic and use decent sized shrimp (not the small salad shrimp).
This dish is my spin off the classic Spanish “Gambas Al Ajillo” (Shrimp with garlic) recipe which is one of my favorite tapas when prepared the right way. I add in some more seasonings and some heavy cream for the sauce which makes you want to literally lick your plate clean. So much more appropriate to do that at home and not at a restaurant, don’t you … Read More »
Oh man this dish is amazing and one of my favorite things to eat. It all starts with getting a great cut of sashimi grade ahi. You’re not going to find that at your regular grocery store so you need to find a local fish market or seafood restaurant that sells it. Alternatively you can go deep sea fishing and hope to catch something but the local fish market is probably your best bet. A fresh piece of ahi is what makes or breaks this dish. The last thing you want is a fishy smell or taste from a cut that isn’t fresh so don’t even bother with this unless you have the right piece of ahi. It should be bright pink, firm and have no fish smell.
1/4 lb of ahi tuna
1 ruby red grapefruit
1 … Read More »