5 Seafood Recipes with Ginger

Drew Glover • March 17, 2015
Who doesn't love fish, shellfish, shrimp, and lobster? Seafood is one of the most popular ingredients of the best dishes around the world. Whether you are cooking salmon, halibut, tuna, mussels or oysters you will find a recipe here.Pan-Seared Scallops by Loyd Grossman
1. Pan-Seared Scallops by Vicki Higham
Pan-Seared Scallops
Welcome to the Final of the Food Blogger Challenge. For a quick dish that's loaded with the flavors of savory scallops, bittersweet greens, and a kick of chili, you'll want to try Vicki Higham's Pan Seared Scallops served on a bed of crispy kale. If you like Vicki's cooking in this Grokker Premium Video, Love her video below, and make sure to come back to check out the rest of the series.
2. Whole Steamed Fish with Rice Wine & Scallions
Whole Steamed Snapper
In China it is traditional to serve a fish whole - head, tail, and€ eyeballs! - because it is considered good luck. Learn from Chef Alex Ong in this Grokker Premium video how to steam a fish whole and enjoy his delicious, but simple recipe that includes mushrooms, ginger and scallions.
3. White Miso Roasted Flounder & Cucumber Salad
Miso Roasted Flounder
This deliciously roasted Flounder is locally caught in California, marinated with miso, and served with a nice, light, crunchy, cucumber salad to make a wonderful seafood dish and a balanced meal. Flavors of ginger, sesame oil and chili flakes all combine in this Premium Grokker video recipe by Chef Alex Ong of San Francisco's acclaimed Betlenut Restaurant to allow you to serve this easy yet impressive dish at home.
4. Chinese Fried Anchovies with Ginger & Garlic
Chinese Fried Anchovies
Today we're going to talk about cooking anchovies, and learn how to make a delicious appetizer with deep-fried anchovies, hot peppers, garlic and ginger. This recipe can also be made with shrimp for a more traditional Cantonese dish. Chef Alex Ong of Betelnut restaurant in San Francisco shares his recipe this Premium Grokker video in the Asian Cuisine with California Sensibilities series.
5. How To Make Korean Seafood Spicy Soup
How To Make Korean Seafood Spicy Soup
Try this wonderful traditional Korean Soup called "Jjampong" that is packed with spices and sweet flavor.
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