Grilled or Roasted Soy Sauce and Ginger Rockfish

We have been eating a bunch of rockfish recently. It is really cheap where we live, and when the store has it, it is always fresh and wild-caught, which is the kind of fish I prefer getting.

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Grilled Halibut with a Mayo Glaze

I was so excited that I was able to get some fresh fish recently. I go to the grocery store so early to avoid people, and it means that the fish is not out yet. The fish worker I used to get fish from all the time happened to be around, and I tentatively asked. No big wait, and boom! Fresh fish. So exciting. We were also in the middle of a super warm and sunny week making grilling the perfect choice.

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Orzo with Shrimp and Spring Vegetables

Could you play with this recipe? Sure. This is about welcoming spring onto your menu. It is fast and perfect for this time of year.

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Grilled Shrimp Jambalaya

This is not traditional in the slightest. And I am also sharing this during December. But, maybe you could just broil the ingredients for a similar effect. It is pretty simple and fast…but watch how much seasoning you add. What’s funny is that usually the Fudgelet can’t handle any spice, but managed this one okay. The Chiplet actually enjoys spicy food and will request it.

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One Pot Shrimp and Couscous

I am always leery of recipes that say you can do things in one pot (they often seem overly complicated for solely the reason of one pot), or of shrimp recipes since they are often overcooked. Well, this recipe managed to work and is easy while also being delicious. We were all fans. Next time I will definitely add the full 2 pounds since last time I added only one pound and then added a second pound when I reheated the leftovers.

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Fish (Tilapia) Tacos

Now you could certainly make these tacos with other fish, but again, pandemic things. We haven’t been able to buy our normal fresh fish this summer. Usually I am getting lots of salmon from the store and grilling it. This year, we are getting our fish fix with frozen shrimp and frozen fish fillets. I normally don’t buy tilapia because I prefer non-farm fish, but I can’t be as picky right now. So, when I found a bag of reasonably-priced frozen tilapia fillets, I bought it. I was going to make different things with them, but each time I ended up wanting them for fish tacos. It’s so easy and fast.

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Sous Vide Sesame Salmon

Continuing from my last post with sous vide shrimp, I realized I hadn’t shared a sous vide salmon recipe on here even though I make it regularly. It doesn’t look the prettiest but it is always cooked nicely and not overcooked.

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