You'll really like this recipe if you favor crab and shrimp. It's an old family favorite, and it tastes gourmet even though it's so easy to make. All my friends love it!
Lake St. Louis, Missouri
"I love anything with Cajun spices, so I came up with this slow-cooker jambalaya that’s just as good as that served in restaurants," says Jennifer Fulk from Moreno Valley, California. "If you can’t find Andouille sausage, hot links, smoked sausage or chorizo will also work. I like to serve it with warm cornbread and garnished with sliced green onions."
A seafood casserole is a ‘must’ for a bountiful buffet. My father was a fisherman, so we ate fish almost every day. Over the years, I’ve tasted many seafood dishes, but none better than this one. —Hazel McMullin, Amherst, Nova Scotia
“Lobster, artichokes, cheese and spices - my favorite things,” writes Allene Bary-Cooper. “Put them together in a quesadilla and it is fantastic fare.” The cook from Whichita Falls, Texas likes to serve these quesadillas with fresh avocados seasoned with fresh lemon juice and lemon pepper.
“Try this quick and easy entrée for a fun, different Southwest meal idea," suggesets Karen Gulkin of Greeley, Colorado. "A splash of lime in the black beans balances the rich avocado salsa and shrimp.”
Being a home-grown Texan, I love spicy foods and the sweet flavor of cilantro. I created this unique Southwestern version of shrimp scampi in my own kitchen. —Laurie LaClair, North Richland Hills, Texas
No one will doubt that "light" cooking can be tasty when you put a helping of this zippy shrimp in front of them. Jeannie Klugh of Lancaster, Pennsylvania seasons the seafood just right with garlic, pepper and hot sauce.