Simply Delightful Fried Sand Dabs with Lemon Garlic Butter
A simple fried sand dab served with a tangy lemon garlic sauce. Whatever the season may be, this delectable dish will have everyone coming back for more.
Squid Ink Linguine with Melted Leek Cream Sauce, and Roasted Heirloom Tomatoes
This is one of those dishes that is hard to stop eating! The pasta, with its dramatic color and mild flavor reminiscent of the sea, when combined with the lush cream sauce, roasted tomatoes, and fresh basil, makes a mouthwatering and memorably satisfying meal on its own. But it's very seafood friendly too. Add calamari to it for the perfect symphony of flavors - or maybe you prefer shrimp, or flaked halibut fillet pieces, or...you get the idea!
Herb-Seared Sand Dabs with Warmed Arugula and Fire-Roasted Tomato Salad
This recipe is courtesy of Paul Jansen and is shared via foodnetwork.com. Serves 4-6. We don't have a photo so if you try making this, please send us one and we will post it here! The recipe calls for fillets, but you should just use your pan-ready sand dabs as is.
This Egyptian-inspired recipe comes from the New York Times series, "Recipes for Health" by Martha Rose Shulman. She writes, "Dukkah is very popular in Egypt, where it is made with chickpea flour, sesame seeds, sometimes dill seeds, and spices."
This classic preparation has been around for years, but like all favorite recipes, it loses none of its appeal with time -- if anything, it keeps getting better. The caper-butter pan sauce is delightful on any simply-prepared fish.
Sand Dabs with Morel Mushrooms and Warm Garlic, Parsley, and Red Wine Vinegar Dressing
The Pacific sand dab has a delicate, sweet flavor that's brought out with a simple pan-fry in this recipe, anchored by earthy, rich morel mushrooms.
Jimmy Stewart's Sand Dab Recipe
His distinctive personality but in sand dabs! From our member Riley: "It turned out
great! We both agree that it was our favorite way to prepare sand dabs so far (we have
a little trouble getting past the bones). We added red chili flakes to the fish while it was
cooking and it gave it a little extra kick."
Video: How to Cook and Debone a Sand Dab
In this video, chef Kevin Butler demonstrates how easy it is to cook and debone our smallest, tastiest flatfish.