Tag: shrimp

  • Chilean Fish and Shrimp Stew

    Tonight I made another soup from Healthy Latin Cooking — this time, a mixed seafood chowder featuring shrimp, halibut, and cod. Lisa says: Now this is a broth-based soup I can get behind! Chris says: Huh? Why this one? Lisa says: It has so much other “stuff” in it — the potatoes, the carrots, 3 […]

  • Vietnamese Summer Rolls

    Jeremy and Autumn came over for dinner one night this week — Lisa made these fresh rolls, which filled us up much more than the tiny seafood salad I made. The peanut sauce was also really, really good. Chris says: Yay, I love these; we haven’t made them in a while… Lisa says: I’m glad […]

  • Seafood Albondigas Soup

    Albondigas (meatball) Soup is a popular Mexican dish, but it’s quite a bit different when you make it with shrimp and bits of fish, as in this recipe from The Border Cookbook. It’s a bit lighter, and the albondigas are deliciously tender. Until the meatballs actually landed in the broth, I was convinced they were […]

  • Shrimp Chiles Rellenos

    Tonight’s recipe comes from The Mushroom Lover’s Mushroom Cookbook. Roasted poblano peppers are stuffed with shrimp, portobello mushrooms, corn, onions, cheese, and cilantro. What to do for the guest who doesn’t enjoy mushrooms (or onions, or cilantro)? Just sub peas! Chris says: Wow, this is a really good recipe. I like that these aren’t the […]

  • Mediterranean Swordfish Cioppino

    Tonight I made a cioppino from Great Bowls of Fire. I love the combination of the swordfish and the shrimp in the tomato and fish-stock based broth. The recipe calls for a quarter cup of dry red wine — the one we used was so dark it almost gave the broth a purplish hue! Chris […]