Seafood Recipes- I've never shared this with anyone before... But I could easily give up chicken. However, when it comes to seafood? That's my Achilles heel. I dream of Goan prawn curry served with poee, creamy lobster bisque, fish wrapped in banana leaf, bourbon-glazed salmon (yum!). Come on, do you blame me? Seafood is the perfect ingredient for soups, salads, curries and more. And while I've always been more into eating than cooking, I admit - seafood is the perfect choice for a quick yet luxurious weeknight dinner or an express lunch. (Side note: I want a plate full of char-grilled calamari with rustic guacamole right about now).
When it comes to cooking seafood, there are a dizzying number of ways to choose from - some quick, some healthy and some just plain easy. If you wish to pop it on the grill to seal in the moisture, nutrients and flavour, make sure you baste beforehand to prevent it from drying out. If you want to cook your seafood along with greens, herbs or spices, baking is a fantastic method. Coat with oil or butter before baking, and wrap in kitchen foil first (especially if you're baking shellfish). If you want to skip deep frying, and choose to shallow fry instead, coat thoroughly in a batter or breadcrumbs and fry in just 2-3 tablespoons of oil for around 4-5 minutes.
Cooked in coconut milk and an array of masalas, get to ready to experience the authentic flavours of Malabari food. And guess what? This mind blowing recipe comes to you exclusively from the kitchens of Taj Kumarakom, Kerala.
Coated with sesame and fried to perfection, this Prawn Sesame Toast makes for a simply scrumptious evening snack.
A hint of chilli mayo makes everything a little bit more delicious, and these crispy calamari fritters are no exception.
Let the magic of Goan food take over… You'll love this coastal favourite cooked with coconut cream, Kashmiri chillies, cumin, cinnamon, toddy vinegar, tamarind and jaggery.
Now this is what we call food for the soul. Enjoy mussels in a simple broth that highlights their natural flavour. Flavoured with fragrant lemongrass, a handful of chillies and peanuts, serve the dish with a portion of rice or noodles.
We admit, deshelling the lobster takes a little effort. But the result is nothing short of spectacular! Simmered in coconut milk, this Malay curry is totally worth it.
Actor Abhay Deol tries his hands on a summery seafood spaghetti, and magic happened. Expect: Squid, lobster, prawns and scallops cooked in a mildly flavored tomato sauce with a sprinkle of fresh basil.
Spruced up with butter, basil, garlic, gur, cinnamon and nutmeg, these curried scallops are just divine. Serve with cream, on a crisp potato wafer with sliced keri and a splash of lime.
If you're a fan of Rajasthani food, you'll love this dish. All you need to do is bake fish with a marinade that stars coriander, onions, garlic, ginger and mango powder.
Jazz up some piping hot rasam with clams, mussels, squid, prawns, fish and a whole lot of flavour.
A sumptuous, flavourful fish curry. This Bihari fish curry is an absolute favourite one at the dinner or lunch menu. Pair this with steamed rice.
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