EASY SEAFOOD RECIPES

Spicy Squid Adobo Recipe

Amp up the heat with the spicy squid version of this Pinoy favorite.
Put a twist on the classic adobong pusit recipe! Amp up the flavors of the squid with the addition of squid ink, chili-garlic sauce, and more siling labuyo to really get you craving for more steamed rice. If you love spicy dishes, this is ...

Squid Sisig Recipe

Seafood lovers will adore this sisig version made of squid.
Sisig gets a delicious makeover with the entire dish remade into a seafood version. Tender squid is used to make this sizzling plate into a delicious dish that you can serve alone or with a side of beer.   ...

Spicy Calamari Recipe

Breaded squid rings get spicy.
Fried calamari is made spicier and tastier with a variety of spices added to the breading, transforming these squid rings into a snack that's more flavorful and definitely more appetizing.  Use frozen squid rings! We found that frozen squid remains softer, more tender than ...

5 Shrimp Pasta Recipes You Can Make Make This Week

Love seafood AND pasta?
The ban on tahong and other affected shellfish doesn't have to hit you hard. In fact, this is a great time to look to other delicious food from the sea that isn't affected by the dreaded red tide phenomenon. Fish, squid, crabs, and shrimp have been declared still ...

Shrimp Curry Recipe

Creamy and loaded with spices, this is the shrimp version of your fave curry.
A delicate spice-infused dish, this shrimp curry recipe is packed with succulent shrimp and tossed in a yellow curry powder mix in coconut milk. It's a simple recipe that is packed with flavorful ingredients that's perfect to serve with lots of rice.  There are ...

Spicy Crab Salad with Toast Recipe

Use the freshest crab you can get your hands on for this flavorful no-cook dish.
This is the most flavorful and the most effortless crab dish you can ever make. All you really need to do to make this awesome crab salad recipe is toss everything together. Serve this with toast but you can easily serve this with crackers. There's no need to cook ...
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