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May '11

Rustic Pesto Pizza With Crab Surimi, Fresh Mozzarella, and Tomatoes Recipe (Fish For Friday Recipe)

Rustic Pesto Pizza With Crab Surimi, Fresh Mozzarella, and Tomatoes Recipe Original Recipe by Cookbook Author Doug DuCap

See More Seafood and Shellfish Recipes Organized by Type of FishBelow is my seafood recipe for Rustic Pesto Pizza With Crab Surimi, Fresh Mozzarella, and Tomatoes from About.Com Fish and Seafood Cooking, where each week I share my newest seafood recipes and tips.

The words pizza and the words party naturally go together. When I was growing up in the NY Metro area, pizza was the one food that was never far from my thoughts (and in a place where salt bejeweled pretzels, pillowy knishes, and meatballs so amazing that you lived in dread of reaching the last bite abounded, that is really saying something).

It’s a splendid day indeed when you get to enjoy the perfect handheld envelopes of cheesy, tomatoey goodness that is pizza; whether classic NYC style, as bubbly sheet pizza, or a fine deep dish that goes straight to the heart of things.

Pizza was my default food then, the food every other culinary choice was measured against. Convenient, versatile, and just right for gatherings with friends.

This week’s recipe for Rustic Pesto Pizza With Crab Surimi, Fresh Mozzarella, and Tomatoes, is a delicious, timesaving, and economical version of the beloved Italian classic. Hand-stretched personal pizzas are just the thing to make when you want to entertain casually yet thoughtfully indoors or outdoors; whether as the main event or as a fun side dish.

Here’s How to Make Rustic Pesto Pizza With Crab Surimi, Fresh Mozzarella, and Tomatoes.

Enjoy!

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Fri
13
May '11

Curried Tuna Salad With Cashews and Raisins Recipe (Fish For Friday Recipe)

Curried Tuna Salad With Cashews and Raisins Recipe Original Recipe by Doug DuCap Cookbook Author

See More Seafood and Shellfish Recipes Organized by Type of FishBelow is my seafood recipe for Curried Tuna Salad With Cashews and Raisins from About.Com Fish and Seafood Cooking, where each week I share my newest seafood recipes and tips.

This week’s recipe for Curried Tuna Salad With Cashews and Raisins, isn’t exactly the classic tuna salad recipe that many of us have enjoyed since we were little.

But in the spirit of “different is good” this is one wonderfully different tuna salad recipe; as exotic and flavorful as it is easy to make.

Rich with the flavor of Indian curry, ginger, cashews, green pepper, and raisins, this recipe is just what the doctor ordered when you’re looking for something quick and easy to make with that something extra.

You can serve this on your favorite sandwich bread, rolls, or stuff it in a pita. This is also excellent served with such Indian breads as chapatis, naan, or paratha.

To make this especially party friendly, you can also serve this on crackers for a nice touch.

How to Make Curried Tuna Salad With Cashews and Raisins.

Enjoy!

Looking for more seafood recipes? Join me on About.Com Fish & Seafood Cooking, where I share delicious original seafood recipes every week, as well as tips to help you cook the fish you love with confidence.

You can also see our list of delicious seafood recipes here on Hugging the Coast, organized by type of fish.

Also, here’s some convenient links to our first 100 Original Recipes on Hugging the Coast to make it easier for you to find culinary inspiration and ideas beyond seafood.

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Fri
8
Apr '11

Pan Seared Masala Salmon With Apricot Chutney Recipe (Fish For Friday Recipe)

Pan Seared Masala Salmon With Apricot Chutney Recipe: Original Seafood Recipe by Cookbook Author Doug DuCap

See More Seafood and Shellfish Recipes Organized by Type of FishBelow is my seafood recipe for Pan Seared Masala Salmon With Apricot Chutney from About.Com Fish and Seafood Cooking, where each week I share my newest seafood recipes and tips.

The weather has been very strange this year. However, this week’s recipe for Pan Seared Masala Salmon With Apricot Chutney is like a peachy taste of sunshine after a long, hard winter.

Infused with the flavor of golden apricots, green peppers, and jalapenos, Alaskan wild salmon meets Indian spices to delightful effect.

Warning: the delicious scent of this dish while you’re making it may drive your guests wild with hunger.

How to Make Pan Seared Masala Salmon With Apricot Chutney.

Enjoy!

Looking for more seafood recipes? Join me on About.Com Fish & Seafood Cooking, where I share delicious original seafood recipes every week, as well as tips to help you cook the fish you love with confidence.

You can also see our list of delicious seafood recipes here on Hugging the Coast, organized by type of fish.

Also, here’s some convenient links to our first 100 Original Recipes on Hugging the Coast to make it easier for you to find culinary inspiration and ideas beyond seafood.

Hugging the Coast Blog Fast ForwardPlease join us soon to see our next food and cooking article: The Hugging the Coast Daily Food and Cooking Blog Week in Review: April 4th to April 10th.

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(Photo Credit: Doug DuCap’s Food, Cooking, and Travel Photos on Flickr.)


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