Posts Tagged ‘seafood’
Kita no Ryoba is a pretty well-known seafood restaurant located in the Sapporo Jyogai Ichiba, also known as the Central Wholesale Outer Market.
Tucked deep inside the recesses of Sin Ming Industrial Estate, there’s a gem of a zi char restaurant called New Ubin Seafood.
Lunch at the Naked Finn is a completely different menu from dinner. Instead of all the ala carte seafood options, the Naked Finn serves up a dish that they spent quite a long time experimenting to get the stock right – prawn noodles!
The Naked Finn was recommended to me by a friend, because it was owned by his good friend, and that it also seemed a pretty interesting place to chill out and have some nice seafood too, something that I really love.
Another modified dish, this time a Thai inspired green curry seafood noodles. The actual reason for making this was to use up this small tub of crab meat that I had totally forgotten about.
Moules marinières is probably one of the simplest French dishes to cook if you’re lazy or in a hurry. Start by throwing a thick slice of butter into a big pot.
Paella is a rice-based dish that originated in the mid-19th century in Valencia, Spain. Ironically although most of us associate the paella with Spain, the Spaniards themselves associate the paella with Valenica instead of Spain.
Well no matter if it’s Valencia or Spain, a paella is still a delicious and hearty meal – great for families to share! There are 3 main types of paella: the paella valenciana (Valencian), paella de marisco (seafood) and paella mixta (mixed).
As the paella valenciana was originally peasant food, the meat in it tended to be either chicken or rabbit and sometimes snails were added as well. The paella de marisco swaps out those meats for seafood and the paella mixta is basically a freestyle paella, although the most common is to use seafood with chicken and that is what I went for.