EASY SHRIMP SCAMPI

EASY SHRIMP SCAMPI

EASY SHRIMP SCAMPI

CarbsPerServing:2 total recipe

Effort:Easy

Ingredients:

1 pound Cooked Shrimp – Defrosted

3 ounces Butter2 teaspoons garlic — chopped – to taste

2 handfuls Pork Rinds

How to Prepare:

Whiz the pork rinds in a food processor until the consistency of breadcrumbs. Set aside.Remove the tail shells from the shrimp. Set aside.Place the butter and garlic in a pan suitable for frying/baking and saute the garlic until its starts turning clear – be careful not to burn it or it will taste bitter. Add the shrimp and saute on medium heat for about 5 minutes.Top the shrimp with the crushed pork rinds. Place the pan under the broiler for 3 or 4 minutes or until the pork rinds get crisp and brown(er).Very rich and very filling. Pork rinds actually add to the flavor instead of overpowering it. Great for a quick mid-week supper.

NOTE. Most Ingredients in these recipes can be bought in good health food shops and grocery store. If you have trouble finding something, feel free to exchange, but keep track of the carbs.

Easy Shell fish Stew

Easy Shell fish Stew

Easy Shell fish Stew       

CarbsPerServing:no counts provided

Effort:Easy

Ingredients:

How to Prepare:

Start with a can of chicken broth. Throw in your favorite shellfish (crab,shrimp, clams, oysters, etc), a can of mushrooms, a handful of chopped dill,some coarsly ground black pepper and about 3 Tablespoons of butter.Simmertill everything is cooked and the flavors have blended. Pour in a pint of heavy cream. Bring to a simmer, remove from heat and serve.You can knock this out in about 15 minutes and it’s great on a cold day.

NOTE. Most Ingredients in these recipes can be bought in good health food shops and grocery store. If you have trouble finding something, feel free to exchange, but keep track of the carbs.

 

Dover Sole Rolls

Dover Sole Rolls

Dover Sole Rolls  

CarbsPerServing:6 total recipe excluding crab

Effort:Easy

Ingredients:  

12 dover sole fillet

1 pound cooked shrimp — salad size

1 can lump crab meat

3 tablespoons butter

1/2 cup green onion — chopped

1 clove garlic — or more to taste

1/2 cup parmesan cheese

1 dash black pepper — to taste

1 dash salt

How to Prepare:  

Heat oven to 375 degrees.

Lay the sole in a baking dish and sprinkle with salt — let sit while preparing the filling.In a skillet, melt butter and saute onions & garlic until soft. Add shrimp and crab meat and heat through. Add black pepper to taste. While that is heating, drain any liquid off the fish fillets.Add parmesan cheese to the shrimp/crab mixture and stir until melted. Then drop tablespoon-size portions of the shrimp mixture onto the fish fillets and roll up (you can secure with a toothpick, but I just arrange it so that the “seam” is at the bottom.)Arrange the fillets in the baking dish as far apart from one another as possible. If there is any shrimp mixture left after filling all the fillets, spread it over the top of the fish rolls. Then, if you wish, sprinkle a little more parmesan over the top. (I also added a little paprika for color.)Bake uncovered for 35-40 minutes or until fish is flaky.

NOTE. Most Ingredients in these recipes can be bought in good health food shops and grocery store. If you have trouble finding something, feel free to exchange, but keep track of the carbs.

 

Deviled Crab

Deviled Crab

Deviled Crab   

CarbsPerServing:5 total recipe

Effort:Easy

Ingredients:        

1 pound crab meat — backfin or lump blue

2 eggs

2/3 cup mayonnaise

1 tablespoon prepared mustard

2 teaspoons salt

2 teaspoons pepper

Old Bay Seasoning (add to your taste like about 3 tbsp)

How to Prepare:                    

Preheat oven to 350 degrees, lightly grease a glass pie plate or 8×8 pan Put crab meat in a large bowl and check carefully for cartilage. Be careful not to break up the lumps.Set aside In another bowl, mix mayonnaise, melted butter, eggs,salt, pepper and Old Bay. Stir this together until will blended.Pour the mayonnaise mixture over top of the crab meat. With a rubber spatula carefully fold this into the crab meat, till well distributed.Again, being careful not to break up the lumps.          When you have well mixed the crab and mayonnaise mixture, transfer to a lightly greased glass pie plate or 8×8 glass baking dish.Bake until golden and bubbly.This is wonderful as an appetizer or a main dish. If main dish,serve with a nice side salad. Enjoy!

NOTE. Most Ingredients in these recipes can be bought in good health food shops and grocery store. If you have trouble finding something, feel free to exchange, but keep track of the carbs.

Delicious Seafood casserole

Delicious Seafood casserole

Delicious Seafood casserole

CarbsPerServing:16 total recipe excluding sherry, parmesan and lemon juice

Effort:Easy

Ingredients:

1/2 pound

lobster meat 1/2 pound

crab meat1/2 pound

sea scallops 1/2 pound

jumbo shrimp 1/4 cup

heavy cream 1 tablespoon old Bay Seafood seasoningsalt/pepper

drysherry 1/4 cup

mayonnaise  1/4 cup

flax meal

parm cheese

fresh lemon juice

How to Prepare:

chop up the lobster meat and scallops to about 1/4 inch in size, de-shell the crab and de-vein the shrimp. saute the scallopsin butter and salt/pepper until transluscent…add to the rest of the seafood into a large bowl. Add enough mayonnaise (approx 1/4 cup)to the seafood mixture to just make it a littl wet. add a approx.1 TBS of seafood seasoning and the juice of one lemon to the seafood mixture as well….sprinkle 1/4 of flaxmeal and 1/4 of heavy cream, along w/a squirt of dry sherry to taste…mix all of this together in a large bowl. put the mixture in a large casserole dishso that it sits approx. 2 inches deep. sprinkle the casserol.with parmesan cheese and a little paprika to taste.bake at 400 for approx 35 minutes or until golden….delicioso!

NOTE. Most Ingredients in these recipes can be bought in good health food shops and grocery store. If you have trouble finding something, feel free to exchange, but keep track of the carbs.