Is there anything better than a big platter of seafood? These moreton bay bugs are irresistibly good, only takes 7 minutes on the barbecue. Enjoy these with a crowd surrounded by your family and friends!
Seafood and Christmas have gone hand-in-hand in Australia for some time. Festive Christmas spreads might include freshly shucked oysters, prawn cocktails, or buttery lobster rolls. We’ve compiled a few of our favourite holiday recipes to make your Christmas feast a certain success.
This Seafood Paella recipe is easy to follow, packs a lot of flavour and a completely healthy meal in one pan. This simple seafood paella dish is the perfect weeknight meal for the whole family to enjoy.
This baked whole snapper recipe is perfect when having family and friends over for dinner. Simple ingredients is all you need when cooking this wholesome snapper, this dish leaves you a crispy-on-the-outside and an oh-so-gooey-in-the-middle fish.
This is a simplified version of the traditional lobster thermidor recipe. If time is short, buy a ready-cooked rock lobster and gently warm the meat in the sauce before spooning into the shell.
Pan fried abalone recipes for abalone steaks are popular on the Pacific coast of the USA. This recipe is inspired by the way abalone steaks are prepared. This dish brings out the flavour of the abalone and puts this jewel of the sea in centre position.
Coral trout is a striking looking fish with its blue spots against a red skin. It presents beautifully as a whole fish and the sweet, white flesh marries well with the Mediterranean flavours in this dish.
Moreton Bay Bugs are easy to prepared especially when bought cooked. The brown rice gives this dish a lovely nutty flavour, which is enhanced by the almonds and sesame oil. It’s a healthy substitute for lunch or dinner!
The rich flavour of the pippie meat marries beautifully with the black bean sauce and chilli in this classic pipi recipe.
An amazingly fresh combination of citrus and that beautiful oyster creaminess.
Marron, the most impressive of Australia’s freshwater crayfish, turn a strikingly bright red when cooked and make an impressive BBQ entrée or main course served with this simple butter. They can also be cooked under an overhead grill or in a 200ºC oven.
This is a dish that’s on every pub and club menu … sadly what’s served often resembles greasy, deep-fried rubber bands! This is a family favourite yet simple to make and would leave everyone wanting more!
Experience the freshness of the fish markets at home