Friday, February 16, 2007

South Beach Recipes of the Week #25:
Fish and Seafood

It's another edition of South Beach Recipes of the Week where I share some of those yummy, low glycemic index recipes I spot all the time on my favorite food blogs. When I'm reading blogs (which I spend *far* too much time doing) I'm always pleased by how many South Beach diet friendly recipes I find. This week it was recipes for fish or seafood dishes that caught my eye. If you're not interested in the South Beach Diet, no worries, this is just simply good tasting food

Photo by My Husband Cooks

I'm not really sure if the wife or the husband does the photography at the great blog My Husband Cooks, but I did think this was a great shot of scallops. Their recipe for Seared Scallops with Meyer Lemon Vinaigrette sounded wonderful to me.

Photo by Tyler of What We're Eating

Another blogging duo that make interesting food is Tyler and Amanda of What We're Eating. Amanda created this recipe for Pan Roasted Mahi Mahi with Tomato and Avocado Salsa, which I thought looked exquisite. Peeking out under the fish is French Lentil and Split Puree, also very South Beach friendly, and you can also find that recipe if you follow the link.

Photo by The Culinary Chase

The blogger at The Culinary Chase in Hong Kong is a personal chef, and it shows, in dishes like this one of Prawns in Salsa Fresca. The prawns are served on a bed of arugula and spinach; what could be better?

Photo by Sarah of Avenue Food

Sarah from Avenue Food says this dish of Sea Bass Fillets with Porcini Mushrooms was inspired by something she had at Da Antonio, which she says is one of the best seafood restaurants in Tuscany. I thought Sarah's version of this sounded fantastic.
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8 comments:

  1. Thanks so much, Kalyn, for including me in your roundup! I really appreciate it. I admit, I don't think about cooking for health as much as I should, but if it turns out to be good for you, all the better!

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  2. What lovely photos? The scallops look fantastic! I haven't ever seen them that nice here.
    And the mahi mahi - makes me homesick for Hawaii!

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  3. Everything does look delicious. Who can complain when "diet" food is this awesome!?!

    Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Woo, it's to close to dinner to be here. Those are all wonderful eating. I am happy to say that fish is finding its way onto our table a lot more often and we really enjoy it.

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  6. Thanks a bunch Kalyn for submitting my recipe. My, how the other fish/seafood recipes look delish! Good job finding these!

    Cheers!
    Heather

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  7. As always, thanks so much Kalyn, you make it so easy to be able to find and look up healthy recipes.

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