Shellfish: The Cookbook (Paperback) by Barnaby, Karen
Paperback; Published 3/14/2008; 208 Pages; ISBN 9781552859254
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Shellfish made easy and delicious.
Shellfish are the basis of a multitude of succulent dishes and also provide significant health benefits. Rich in vitamins and minerals, low in fat and high in taste, shellfish are truly a well rounded delicacy. In Shellfish: The Cookbook, oysters, clams, mussels, crabs, scallops, lobsters, shrimp and prawns are used in deliciously innovative ways. A diverse cross-section of recipes culls the best shellfish combinations from a host of global influences. Easy-to-follow instructions take the intimidation out of preparing such delicious dishes as:
- Clams steamed with pancetta, tomatoes and wine
- Chilled mussels with lemon tarragon drizzle
- Chilled crab and avocado soup
- Northern Thai shrimp salad
- Seafood hot pot with saffron aloli
- Prosciutto-wrapped prawns with basil sauce
- Sea scallops on apricot butter
- Lobster and mango salad.
Comprehensive and clearly written, Shellfish: The Cookbook will be a welcome addition to the home chef's library.
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Buy fish the day you plan to cook it and keep it in the coldest part of the fridge (all the way in the back). Or keep it on ice in a colander set in a bowl, which should keep it good for a day or two. Freezing fish makes it a little mushy; fine for broiling or stews, not great for sautes.