10 Must Cook Seafood Delights from South India

Last week we had a great time exploring the seafood recipes from North India. Join us again this week as we discover seafood recipes from down South. If you are on a food journey to tantalize the taste buds, you shall definitely fall in love with the seafood from South India. Just give the oft cooked dishes a rest and get immersed into our 10 must cook southern delights on our seafood adventure. These recipes will surely make your experience worthwhile. These recipes from the states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka,…

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10 Delicious Seafood Recipes from Northern India to cook up

You know why an Indian meal is an exhilarating and deeply gratifying adventure? That’s because Indian food is as regionally specific and diverse as its population. The cuisines are heavily influenced by India’s history, conquerors, trade partners, and the religious and cultural practices of its common people. Owing to its vast coastline India is a land of exotic fishes and seafood. Different states in India have a varied repertoire of recipes of preparing and cooking varieties of seafood. Different species of fish, crabs, shrimp, mussels and prawns are fried, baked,…

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The Top 10 International Seafood Dishes That You Should Cook

Now that you know the name origins of your fav varieties of seafood, it’s time to get your hands dirty and cook up these stunners of the culinary world—the international marine marvels that make the heart of every global gastronome beat harder. These should be on your list of foods-you–eat-to-make-life-worth-living (you have a list like this, right?). Because you may need to be lucky to find places around that serves fairly true-to-form versions, you should aim to take matters into your own hands and go out into the world your…

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Seafood Myth Busters

Top four seafood myths and their offshoots.  In this blog post, we’ll take a close look at some of the false concepts floating around (pun intended) about seafood. We’ll see whether these notions are purely fictitious or if they have an element of truth in them. Myth 1 – DAIRY Much A Moo About Nothing   In our culture, the most common myth that’s persisted for far too long is that seafood and dairy can’t be consumed together. There has been no scientific evidence or study that proves this theory…

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Net To Net – A Brief History of Seafood – Part 2

The Beginnings Of Aquaculture Aquaculture [/ˈakwəkʌltʃə/] – [noun] The rearing of aquatic animals or the cultivation of aquatic plants for food. The farming of fish is said to have begun as early as 3500 BCE in China. The Chinese used to farm carp, a fish native to China, in freshwater ponds on silk farms.  The monsoon would result in the waters from the rivers entering paddy fields and the surrounding irrigation ponds, these waters would bring with them common fish like carp. Over a period of time, the Chinese must’ve…

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