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.Cardamom & Curry Scallops by Valentine Warner
1. Scallops with Roasted Garlic, Cardamom, & Curry Leaves
As a mouthwatering appetizer or easydinner, these scallops will do the entertaining for you. Valentine Warner will show you his expert tips for selecting scallops and browning them to caramelized perfection as part of his Seafood Secrets series. In this Grokker Premium video, the scallops are served with a deliciousbutter that is made with tender, golden pieces of roasted garlic, as well as cardamom and crispy fried curry leaves.
2. How To Make Korean Seafood Spicy Soup
Try this wonderful traditional Korean Soup called "Jjampong" that is packed with spices and sweet flavor.
3. How To Cook Salmon Steak
Salmon steaks make a very tasty and healthy meal. In this step by step guide you will learn how to cook one to perfection by cooking it in the pan, then in the oven.
4. Deep Fry Beer-Battered Mahi Mahi
There's nothing like a good old fashion fish fry and we'll show you how to do it in your own kitchen!
5. Fresh Clams with Pancetta, White Wine, and Tarragon
Pancetta, clams, and tarragon simmer together in a white wine sauce to create this perfect winter dish. Follow Chef Josh Posner as he shops for fresh pancetta and produce at his local London market and then shares his recipe in this Grokker Premium video, part of his Seasonal Nosh series.
6. Delicious Anytime: Bacon-Wrapped Scallops
Wrapping scallops lovingly with bacon, and then serving them on a bed of greens with a beurre noisette makes for a dish that will have your guests feeling spoiled. After all, it contains bacon, and who doesn't love bacon? In this Grokker Premium video Executive Chef Geoff Rigby shares this simple and easy dish just bursting with flavor that can be prepared in minutes.
7. Chinese Fried Anchovies with Ginger & Garlic
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.