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Real Good Fish | Recipes | | Recipes | Bringing you the freshest sustainably caught LOCAL seafood!
“Learn how to cook, try new recipes, learn from your mistakes, be fearless, and above all have fun! ”
- Julia Child
Fresh Squid Ink Pasta with Anchovy Puttanesca Sauce & Calamari
Enjoy the wonders of Monterey Bay in this fresh inky black pasta with its slightly briny flavor. The puttanesca sauce is simple, fragrant, and savory and pairs well with many types of seafood. You can use our Monterey Bay anchovy boquerones or store-bought anchovies for this recipe.
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Salmon Fillet with Snap Peas & Lemony Crème Fraîche Dressing
This recipe came to us from Food52. Salmon and peas are a classic New England pairing!
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Roasted Yellowtail, Chanterelles and Potatoes With Herb Pesto
This simple flavorful meal is perfect for cold winter evenings. Roasting the potatoes, chanterelles and fish, then topping with a fresh zesty herb pesto is an unforgettable combination!
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Grilled Tuna With a Soy Dijon Marinade
This recipe was shared with us from member Kym Morello, who loved that it was "easy, fast and excellent!" It will also be delicious with other kinds of fish, so enjoy it creatively!
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Indian Style Fish in Ginger Garlic Sauce
This delicious recipe works beautifully with any firm fish. It's also quick to prepare, so it's a recipe you'll turn to again and again. From Indian Inspired Gluten-Free Cooking by Alamelu Vairavan and Margaret Pfeiffer.
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Cioppino
Cioppino is the original fisherman's stew from San Francisco. Feature a flexible assortment of seafood in it, or focus on one or two seafoods, like Dungeness crab when it's in season. We've made some suggestions below!
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Pan-Seared Marinated Halibut Fillets
This easy recipe was sent to us from member Jamie Kohlmann, who found it through the New York Times cooking section online. This would work well with many other kinds of fillet: grenadier, lingcod, Petrale or Pacific Dover sole, rockfish, or white seabass, to name a few. Be creative and enjoy!
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Crispy Coconut Kale with Roasted Salmon and Coconut Rice
This memorably delicious recipe came to us from Food52. A delightful spicy-sweet way to enjoy your king salmon! It also works well with grenadier, halibut, lingcod, rockfish, seabass and prawns - oh, yes.
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Roasted Salmon (Or Other Seafood) with Butternut Squash Filled Spinach Ravioli and Butternut Squash Sauce
Here's a recipe from Transition to a Kitchen that helps you make the most of California king salmon and winter squash. This recipe works well with all different kinds of seafood. Experiment to find your favorite!
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Squid Ink Linguine with Melted Leek Cream Sauce, and Roasted Heirloom Tomatoes
This is one of those dishes that is hard to stop eating! The pasta, with its dramatic color and mild flavor reminiscent of the sea, when combined with the lush cream sauce, roasted tomatoes, and fresh basil, makes a mouthwatering and memorably satisfying meal on its own. But it's very seafood friendly too. Add calamari to it for the perfect symphony of flavors - or maybe you prefer shrimp, or flaked halibut fillet pieces, or...you get the idea!
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Kevin's Baja Style Grenadier Fish Tacos
These tacos sell out wherever we serve them! Try them at home and see how delicious they are. You can substitute halibut, lingcod, rockfish, and even salmon - they are all fantastic prepared this way!
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Video: How to Prepare a Mild Fish
In this video, chef Kevin Butler demonstrates an excellent method for preparing mild fish like halibut, to preserve moisture while adding a nice sear.
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