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Ingredient - Seafood
This is a common dish in the cocinas económicas of Isla Mujeres, though Leonore’s version is anything but that. It is best served as she does, with rice, black beans, marinated onions, hot sauce and fresh hot tortillas.
Don't wait for a party to serve this spicy shrimp. After grilling the shrimp, simmer the marinade for 15 minutes and add a small amount of cornstarch to thicken. Serve the shrimp with the sauce over rice for a terrific entree.
The blending of eggplant (often called garden eggs) and fish creates a unique taste treat from Ghana.  The extra taste addition comes from shrimp.  Because the eggplant is salted to remove excess moisture, go easy on any additional salt when cooking this dish.
Coconut adds a Caribbean flavor to this dish from the Dominican Republic and Cuba. A favorite on island menus, the fish and coconut combo is also very popular in Brazil, where both are plentiful. This delicate and delicious dish is served with rice and plantains. This recipe can be found in La Comida del Barrio, Clarkson Potter Publishers/New York.
Gorgeous insists that his sauce is secret, but if he wanted to keep it that way, he should never have told me the ingredients. We experimented in Dave’s and Mary Jane’s kitchen until we got the sauce right. It can also be used on chicken. It is a grill sauce, designed to be brushed on during the grilling process, but it has a lot of sugar in it, so take care that it does not burn. The sauce yield is about 1 cup.
The batter used to coat the fish varied with the cook but the wok-shaped disc seemed to be the pan of choice for frying the fish. This very easy recipe is the one that Leonelly used for fish that was crisp and tasty, with the flavor of the fish not being overpowered by the coating. Some cooks swear that you must use shark fillets, but any firm white fish works well.
There are a great number of variations on this favorite Bajan specialty. This is probably the favorite version, as described in John Lake’s book, The Culinary Heritage of Barbados. Flying fish is sometimes found frozen in Florida markets; if it’s not available, substitute any mild white fish, such as flounder.
A signature fusion dish at 3660 on the Rise, in Honolulu, Frizzled Shrimp was created by Executive Chef Russell Siu.
This South African recipe is a party favorite.  However, take care to not over cook the calamari; it turns from tender to tough and chewy very quickly, so removed from the pan the moment it is done.
The marinade in this recipe also doubles as the dressing for the salad. We like to serve this salad with the shrimp hot off the grill, but it can be prepared ahead and served chilled. This is a meal in itself, but why not treat yourself to a chilled gazpacho and a dry white wine?

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