Kate's Cuisine

Jan 09 2018

Archive for the 'Fish' Category

Published by under Marinades,Recipes,Salmon

Sheila’s Marinade

Marinated Salmon

So, I’m not very big on the idea of “New Year, new me” because I think the old me is pretty good. But, after the holidays every year, I do try to eat a little cleaner and a little lighter – for at least a few weeks. I heard somewhere once that people tend to […]

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Proper Beer-Battered Fish

Deep Fried Beer Battered Fish

So, before making this recipe, it had been nearly 10 years since I made fish and chips at home. That’s right. 10 years. Why? Because the last time I made it, it turned out to be a big bland awful mess. The beer batter stuck to the fryer basket, fell off when I tried to take the […]

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Sesame Ginger Salmon

Sesame Ginger Salmon

Salmon comes into this house so rarely that when it does, I do very little to it so the flavour can be savoured. So sometimes a pinch of dill or a squirt of lemon is all that’s really required. And it’s perfect. But, sometimes you just want to do more, as I did last time I picked […]

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Roasted Salmon with Mushrooms and Potatoes

Salmon Potatoes Mushrooms

I remember a conversation we had at work once. Boss Lady was asked how she liked her salmon, to which she replied, “Swimming in the ocean.” “Ocean?” I thought. “But don’t salmon live in streams, swimming against the current and all?” And didn’t everyone have that book as a little kid? The one that showed an eager bear […]

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Fish Tacos with Sweet Slaw

Fish Tacos

Fish is of course, one of the most important aspects of fish tacos. But you’ll do yourself a big disservice if you overlook the importance of that kick-butt slaw that you need to go along with it. Fish tacos don’t always have all the lettuce, pico de gallo, and cheese that you sprinkle over regular ground beef tacos, so that slaw has […]

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Tuna Boats

Tuna Boats

Being a type of fish that I know will always be good for me and will never cause me to break out in an allergic reaction, I love tuna. But still, I overlook it far too often. This dish however, is one that I’ve been making for years and one that not only looks cute, but […]

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Tuna Casserole

  1 package egg noodles $0.99 2 cans tuna, drained and flaked $1.98 1 cup frozen peas $0.50 4 tablespoons butter; plus 4 tablespoons, melted $0.48 1 tablespoon olive oil $0.04 1/2 onion, finely minced $0.24 4 cloves garlic, sliced $0.04 4 tablespoons flour $0.04 Pinch of nutmeg $0.02 1 tablespoon ground mustard $0.17 2 […]

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