Halibut I find is one of my favorite fish to cook with, it is versatile great for sautéing or grilling. It has a mild flavor and has great versatility. You can substitute halibut for a lot of fish and actually for chicken dishes. This recipe has a few elements to it but any butter or herb Pistou left over is great to spread on basically anything.
I don’t care what anyone says but this shrimp cocktail recipe is my favorite to make.
Being back and forth between Ireland and America sometimes I forget some of the great food I come across while living here in the states. I have offered some US favorites in the past but have also missed out on a lot. Today I’d like to share one of my favorite shrimp (prawn) recipes that I have come across in my travels. It is simple and quick, plus can be made all under 30 minutes.
This recipe is so easy you can cook it in the dark with one hand. Literally. I know because I did exactly that when I made this recipe for a charity dinner. It was a “Dining in the Dark” event…and I had a broken arm from a motorcycle accident. Thankfully, I had a sous-chef to prep the onion, garlic, tomatoes, and basil. But I was able to do the rest with one arm.