Traveling in Portugal I discovered these delicious fried fish and potato bites - think tater tot but better! Cod Croquettes are a local specialty but can easily be made at home in the U.S. or anywhere! You can easily substitute the salt cod with fresh fish, crab, shrimp or even lobster! I hope you’ll give these a try!
I was able to learn first hand from dad Jorge how simple cooking octopus can be. The finished BBQ charred dish is so tasty with that bit of char crunch on the octopus and chimichurri flavor!! It’s so worth trying out. Kids love it and tons of protein as well. Try something new!
Simple BBQ Fish Tacos with Pineapple Salsa and Homemade Aioli!! Made the pineapple sweet onion tomato salsa with a little fresh Thai basil. Plus I did a little tangy aioli with a kick. Dang, that’s crazy good!!! I used fresh mahi from @southmauifishcompany but you can use any fresh or fresh-frozen white fish.
Tamarind might be one of the most important ingredients in Thai cooking; It’s widely available, super versatile, and adds a distinct sweet and sour component to dishes. These Shrimp with Tamarind Sauce are so simple to throw together and the flavor is out of this world!
We had the pleasure of enjoying this Salt Crusted Sea Bass while in Singapore; made by Italian chef, Simone Loisi, a hard working dad who is married to a local Singaporean. Born in Italy, he was also trained in France so he can beautifully create many Italian and French dishes. He is sharing his recipes since he loves to teach others how to make his homeland cuisine.
This Thai Style Shabu Shabu consists of two delicious soups, Tom Kha and Tom Yum, and three unique sauces, allowing you to add varying levels of heat and sweet to the soups. If you’re not up for making two separate soups, you can just pick one! And the proteins can be mixed and matched; chicken, beef, shrimp, use whatever you have on hand!
This Cajun Style Salmon with Apple & Artichoke Salad makes a healthy and satisfying lunch or dinner. The apple adds plenty of sweet crunch while the Cajun spice is a nice twist and adds a ton of flavor!
My buddy, Steve Tyler, recently went on his very first big fishing trip out of San Diego and brought home 100 lbs of bluefin tuna! He was very generous and shared his amazing bounty with me; I seared some and made this delicious poke with the rest!
This quick and delicious Cajun Style Salmon Salad makes a healthy lunch or dinner. The salad veggies are just a suggestion; use up whatever you've got in the fridge. The flavorful lemon-Dijon vinaigrette tastes great on everything!
Dad chef Leo in Cabo San Lucas shared his SECRET recipe for ceviche and it did not disappoint! Ceviche is simply fresh seafood "cooked" in lime juice and combined with veggies and herbs. Tangy, citrusy, and bursting with flavor, you're gonna love this stuff!
Fresh uku cooked until crisp and basted with a wonderfully sweet and savory glaze. Served alongside a fresh and simple salad featuring dried ika (squid). Don't fret if you're not in Hawaii and can't find uku - red snapper or the freshest, firm, white fish you can find will work just as well!