The next time you’re at Red Lobster or another seafood restaurant, don’t forget to try out the following seafood treats and delicacies. Now it is true there are a lot of seafood delicacies, and everyone has their own opinion as to what’s the best, but the following are without question are among the cream of the crop.
Farm salmon is nice, but once you have a taste for the wild you’ll never settle for anything less. Wild salmon isn’t just delicious and can be served in different ways, but it is also very nutritious and rich in omega 3 fatty acids, essential for removing toxins in your body. Bottom line: if you want flavorful fish, then you’re going to love wild salmon, whether it is cured or rare.
No discussion of seafood treats will be complete without mentioning halibut. It’s firm and tender at the same time, and it’s juicy and silky. As far as delicacy is concerned few fish can match the halibut. On its own the fish tastes great, but add rosemary, butter and lemon and it is a slice of heaven on your plate.
The Monkfish is every bit as tasty as it looks, and the meaty appearance is only matched by the sumptuous taste. As far as the texture goes, it is similar to lobster but much more tender. This dish is best eaten in a restaurant like Bonefish Grill, but if you want to prepare it, bake at 450 F until it turns flaky. Monkfish also goes great with red wine.
Sole is a European fish that’s become very popular in many American seafood restaurants, and it’s easy to see why as it is firm and has a distinct flavor. Apart from the refined taste, Sole can also be served with lemon juice and butter to give it that additional flavor.
There are a lot of ways to enjoy Yellowfin Tuna, but for many medium rare is the way to go. If you’re going to sample this the next time you’re eating out, make sure it’s served with plenty of salad greens as it will go a long way towards enhancing the taste.
If you don’t know what a Langoustine is, it’s a cross between a lobster and a shrimp and tastes just as great. This seafood delicacy is best served broiled with some garlic butter for the best results.
There’s a reason why mussels are so popular, and it’s because of the ease with which it can be prepared. Mussels are inexpensive but that doesn’t change the fact it tastes great especially when prepared with shallots and some white wine. Add some bread and you’re all set.
These are just some of the most delectable seafood treats available today, and they can be served in many different ways. If you’re planning to go out this weekend and enjoy some seafood, make it a point to look these up and guaranteed you won’t be disappointed in the least bit.