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    Seafood Cookbooks and Recipes


    Shrimp Fish and seafood dishes are very popular in many countries around the world. Some popular seafood recipes include:
    • Arbroath smokie - This is one of British cuisine's (or more precisely Scottish cuisine's) most famous dishes. It originates from Arbroath in Scotland, and is a lightly smoked haddock.

    • Bouillabaisse - This fish stew is a popular dish in French cuisine, and originates from the city of Marseille. The stew is made from a variety of different fish and shellfish, to which are added celery, leeks, onions and tomatoes. The vegetables and fish are prepared separately, the cooked stewed vegetables being poured over French bread seasoned with bread crumbs, olive oil and chili peppers ("rouille").

    • Calamari - Squid, usually cut into rings, and then deep-fried in batter.

      Calamari

    • Caldeira - This a stew from Portuguese cuisine. It is made from fis (and sometimes shellfish), with onion, potato and tomatoes. Spices are also added, the exact choice depending on the region and chef, and may include allspice, cloves, curry powder, ginger, nutmeg, and saffron.

    • Ceviche - This seafood salad is one of Peruvian cuisine's most famous dishes. It is made from raw fish with sliced onions, with lemon juice, lime or bitter orange (naranja agria).

    • Clam chowder - This is a soup made from milk or cream, with clams, onions, potato, and sometimes bacon. Perhaps most famous version of the recipe is that from New England cuisine, which is known outside its home region as "New England clam chowder" or "Boston clam chowder". In New York city, a different version of the recipe is produced, which also has tomatoes added, and is known as "Manhattan clam chowder".

      New England clam chowder

    • Crab cakes - Patties made from crab meat and breadcrumbs, which are cooked by baking or frying. They are usually flavored with seasoning, sometimes herbs as well, and often a little Worcestershire sauce or mustard. There are many different variations on the basic recipe, and crab cakes are particularly popular in Southern cuisine ("Maryland crab cakes") and New England cuisine.

    • Fish and chips - This is one of British cuisine's most famous dishes. It is made from by dipping cod or plaice in batter and then deep frying. The fish is served with thickly cut French fries ("chips"), with mushy peas (a paste made from mashing cooked green peas), and is traditionally flavored with salt and vinegar.

    • Garlic Chilli Shrimp - Shrimp cooked with garlic and chilli.

    • Hákal - This is a very famous dish from Icelandic cuisine, but it is not to everyone's taste. It is made from fermenting the meat of basking shark for several weeks, and has a strong ammonia smell.

    • Lutfisk - This is a dish from Swedish cuisine. It contains stockfish (air-dried white fish), and is prepared using a very complicated process involving soda lye (a caustic soda solution).

      Lutfisk (on the left) with various accompaniments

    • Paella - This rice dish from Valencia is one of Spanish cuisine's most famous recipe. Apart from rice, it contains rice, saffron and olive oil, and the dish is usually garnished with meat, seafood, and vegetables.

    • Salt fish and ackee - This dish is a famous dish from Jamaican cuisine. It is considered one of island's national dishes, and is particularly popular as a breakfast. The salted cod is washed and rehydrated. Ackee, which is a type of fruit, is prepared separately by boiled - note: ackee must ripe, and carefully and properly prepared, as if this is not done correctly, it can be poisonous. Finally the cod and ackee and sautéed together with peppers, tomatoes, and spices.

    • Sannakji - This is a famous dish from Korean cuisine. It is made from a live small octopus, cut in pieces, lightly seasoned and served. It should be so fresh, that the octopus pieces are still moving when served!

    • Sushi - This is one of Japanese cuisine's most famous dish. It is made from vinegared rice which can be topped with fish, seafood, meat or vegetables. Raw fish (sashimi) is sometimes used as the topping.
    Sushi



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