The air fryer does a fine job with these larger shrimp, about 21 to 25 per pound. Butterflying them makes quick work of the cooking time. Serve with this delicious, fruity salsa, or with your favorite dipping sauce.
Air-fried catfish fillets that have a spicy blackened exterior and a tender and flaky interior.
Reminds me of a Mexican shrimp and grits. A semi-spicy tomato sauce ladled over cilantro rice and topped with seasoned, fried shrimp. What about that doesn’t sound amazing?
If you have some rockfish on hand and some other staple ingredients, you can have dinner in less than 30 minutes, even if your rockfish is frozen. As a bonus, it can easily be adjusted.
Easy weeknight shrimp dinner. Serve with your favorite toppings like cilantro, hot sauce, sour cream, and chopped radish.
This is a quick way to get the dinner on the table. Serve the fish over rice.
If you want to serve this dish on rice, you need to start the rice first, because it comes together quickly! I used coconut aminos, a sub for soy sauce, that is a bit thinner in consistency and sweeter in taste than soy sauce. Sweet and full of umami, this recipe works as a light lunch, or as a main, with some steamed broccoli or a salad as a side.
This super quick recipe utilizes frozen breaded fish fillets and frozen sweet potato fries. It makes an awesome quick meal for kids at home on vacation or who may be enrolled in learning-at-home due to shelter-in-place (Covid-19). Serve with tartar sauce, ketchup, or any other dipping sauce you like.
Nothing says summer like shrimp on the grill. This quick recipe will have dinner on the table in under 30 minutes. Serve over rice, pasta, or a salad.
Although this fish is low carb and light, you won’t be sacrificing flavor. Using fresh lemon pepper really kicks up the flavor of mild tilapia.