It is always the way when you have created a big dinner for buddies and loved ones that you'll find left over's. Numerous people really chuck this food away, but that's merely wasteful, as they could use this for another day.
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Many would disagree that drinking wine is one of the best pleasures in an individuals life. And while the act of drinking something is kind of easy, there are a few procedures you need to follow to get the most out of your wine. There are various steps for red wine and white wine, so in this article we are going to teach you the best way to drink red wine.
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If you are looking for a great dessert to serve to your family after an amazing seafood dish then look no further. Here is a slight twist on an old favorite. Your family and friends are sure to enjoy this Fancy Banana Pudding Recipe. Make sure to keep checking back for more great recipes.
Fancy Banana Pudding Recipe- Big Daddy’s Seafood Market
If you are like me, then you think that every meal should at least have two parts to it; the main course and DESSERT! Most people tend to forget dessert, just because they feel it has to be a fancy affair that takes forever to make. Well I am here to tell you that you can get “fancy” with out all the fuss. Take a look at this Fancy Banana Pudding Recipe and you will not be disappointed. Instead of using your typical vanilla wafers for this banana pudding, we are using the Pepperidge Farm Chessman cookies. They add a special bit of flair to this little dish. Make sure to leave a comment below and tell me how you like it!
Total Time: 30 min
Yield: 12 servings
What You Will Need:
2 bags Pepperidge Farm Chessmen cookies
6 to 8 bananas, sliced
2 cups milk
1 (5-ounce) box instant French vanilla pudding
1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese, softened
1 (14-ounce) can sweetened condensed milk
1 (12-ounce) container frozen whipped topping thawed, or equal amount sweetened whipped cream
What You Will Need To Do:
First you will need to line the bottom of a thirteen by nine by two inch dish with one bag of Pepperidge Farm Chessmen cookies and then layer sliced bananas on top of them.
Now take a good sized bowl and combine your pudding mix and milk. Then you will blend it well. I find it best to use a handheld electric mixer. Now you will need to grab another bowl and combine the condensed milk and cream cheese together. You will mix this until it is smooth. Now, fold your whipped topping into your cream cheese mixture. Then add your cream cheese mixture to your pudding mixture. Make sure to stir until it is all well blended. Next pour the combined mixtures over your bananas and cookies and then cover it with your remaining cookies. Lastly refrigerate it until you are ready to serve. And of course enjoy!
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Here is a twist on the ever popular onion rings. This recipes eliminates the need for hot fatty deep fry oil and lets you still get that great crunch that everyone loves, while being a bit more friendly to your waistline. This recipe also includes the ingredients to make a great dipping sauce to accompany the onion rings. Make sure to check back for more great recipes to pair with your favorite dishes.
Oven Fried Onion Rings
Makes: About four to six servings
Total Time: One hour and ten minutes
What You’ll Need:
For Onion Rings:
Half a cup of all purpose flour
One room temp large egg
Half a cup of room temp buttermilk
Quarter tsp of cayenne pepper
Half tsp of salt
Quarter tsp of black pepper
About thirty saltine crackers
Four cups of some kettle cooked potato chips
Two large yellow onions
Six Tbsp of vegetable oil
For Dipping Sauce:
Half a cup of mayo
Two tsp of ketchup
Two Tbsp of horseradish
Quarter tsp of paprika
Quarter tsp of salt
One eighth tsp of garlic powder
One eighth tsp of dried oregano
One eighth tsp of ground black pepper
One eighth tsp of cayenne pepper
First you will want to move your oven racks to the lower middle and upper middle spots. Then pre heat your oven to 450 degrees F. Now put a quarter cup of flour in a shallow baking dish. Next, beat the egg and buttermilk together in a separate bowl. Then whisk the remaining quarter cup of flour, the salt and pepper, and cayenne into the buttermilk mixture. Grab a food processor and pulse the saltines and potato chips until they are finely ground, and place your crumb mixture into a second shallow baking dish.
Doing one at a time, flop each onion ring around in the flour and shake off any excess. Next dip the rings into your buttermilk mixture and allow any excess to drip back in the bowl. Now drop it in the crumb coating, making sure to turn the rings to coat evenly. Place the coated rings on a large plate or tray.
Next, pour three Tbsp of oil onto each of the rimmed baking sheets. Put your baking sheets in the oven and heat them until they are just smoking. This should take about eight minutes. Then carefully tilt the heated sheets to coat them evenly with the oil. Now arrange your onion rings on the sheets and bake. Make sure to flip the onion rings and switching and rotating position of baking sheets halfway through baking, until they are golden brown on both sides. This normally takes about fifteen minutes. After they are done I suggest laying the onion rings on paper towel-lined plate to get rid of any excess oil. To make your dip just mix together everything and refrigerate it. Serve them and enjoy!
*Note* Your onion rings can be breaded in ahead of time and refrigerated for up to an hour if you’d rather. Just make sure to let them sit at room temperature for about thirty minutes before you bake them. If you were to bake them while they were still chilled from the refrigerator, then your onions would not cook enough for them to soften and would still be crunchy.
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Most of us are getting more and more health conscious these day, especially around the New Year. Here is a delicious recipe for a healthier Mac and Cheese. Not only are these ingredients better for your health, but making them this way also helps you not over eat! Make sure to continue to check back for more Seafood Side Recipes.
Easy Skinny Spinach Mac and Cheese Muffins- Big Daddy’s Seafood Market
What You Will Need:
Four cups of some whole wheat/high fiber macaroni noodles (cooked)
One Tbsp of butter
One Tbsp of all purpose flour
One cup of milk (skim)
One clove of garlic (minced)
Three oz of shredded sharp cheddar cheese
Three oz of shredded Gruyere cheese
One egg white
One cup of freshly cooked spinach
Some salt & pepper to taste
What You Will Need:
First, you will need to pre-heat the oven to four-hundred degrees F. Then, you will lightly mist a twelve cup muffin tin with your cooking spray, and set it aside. Next you will take a small sauce pot and use it to melt your butter over a med heat. Now add the flour and mix it into butter while stirring until it is nice and thick. Next stir in your garlic and milk. Bring that mixture to where it is just under a boil. Then you will add the two cheeses and whisk them all together until they are thoroughly combined into a beautiful sauce. Now remove your cheese sauce from heat and then mix in both the egg white and egg until fully combined. Now take your large bowl and combine your spinach, pasta, the salt and pepper, and your cheese sauce. Mix everything together thoroughly. Now you will need to spoon in the mixture into the muffin tin cups and bake them for about ten to fifteen minutes or until your tops of the “muffins” are slightly brown. Lastly let them sit and cool for about five minutes before taking them out of the muffin tin. Serve and enjoy!
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Here is a quick and delicious recipe for crab cakes. You can eat the alone served as party appetizers, or pair them with a tangy cream sauce. Be sure to come back to check for other seafood and party appetizer recipes.
Easy Crab Cake Recipe- Big Daddy Seafood Market
What You Will Need:
Butter or extra virgin olive oil
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Grilling seafood like shrimp and fish is becoming more popular as people become more concerned about eating healthy. This video helps with grilling tips. There are additional links at the end of this article.
Try this BBQ Pit Boys quick and easy New England-Style Seafood recipe using Lobster, Clams, Shrimp, and Corn on the Cob -all steamed on your barbecue grill. In less than an hour you’ll have a seafood dinner as good as any Cape Cod clambake. Just add butter!
You can print out this BBQ Pit Boys recipe at http://www.BBQPitBoys.com
Duration : 0:5:40
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Checkout this classic southern dish you are sure to love! A crunchy catfish meal with a delicious apple-celery slaw side. This had the makings to be a family favorite.
I don’t know about you, but to me nothing beats some good ol’ southern fried seafood! Of everything though, I think catfish may be my favorite. I stumbled across this lovely little recipe that I just had to try. Instead of deep frying the fish, this recipe just calls for a light fry in a skillet. It also included how to make apple slaw. I must say I wasn’t sure how I felt about the slaw because I had never had it before, but it made the perfect pairing with the catfish. I hope ya’ll enjoy this dish as much as I did!
Makes: 4 servings
Prep & cooking time:25 mins
Southern Crunchy Catfish with Apple-Celery Slaw
What you’ll need:
1 halved lemon
1/3 cup of mayo
1 Tbsp of honey
3 thinly sliced celery stalks
1 thinly sliced Granny Smith apple
1 cup of shredded red cabbage
1 1/2 lbs of catfish fillets
1/2 tsp of salt
1/3 cup of yellow cornmeal
1 tsp of chili powder
2 Tbsp of oil
Time to Cook:
First, cut one lemon half into wedges and set them aside. Then, juice your remaining lemon half and put the juice in a large bowl. For your slaw, you will combine the mayo and the honey with the juice, but reserve 2 Tbsp of juice mixture. Stir the apple, celery and cabbage into the bowl with the juice mixture and set it aside. Then, sprinkle the catfish fillets with some salt and brush on that reserved juice mixture. Now, in a shallow dish you’ll mix the cornmeal and chili powder then coat the fish with mixture.
Now take a 12in skillet and heat the oil over a med heat. Cook your fish in the hot oil for about 3-4min on each side. You’ll want the fish to be a golden color and the fish will flake easily when you test it with a fork. Serve your fish with the slaw and your lemon wedges. Enjoy!
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Learn the ingredients for a shrimp and scallop pasta with expert cooking tips in this free seafood recipe video clip.
Expert: David Postada
Bio: David Postada is the chef and owner of the Big Easy Catering company in Santa Barbara, CA.
Filmmaker: Diana Bacon
Duration : 0:1:13
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