Simply prepared seafood can be a canvas for innovative sauces and flavors
Restaurants favored uncomplicated methods for cooking seafood in 2011, according to data compiled by research firm Datassential on the fastest growing seafood-preparation terms. The term tartare saw the most growth on menus in 2011, with usage increasing by 25.6 percent. Braised, pan-seared and pan-roasted followed closely behind. At the same time, terms such as beer-battered, encrusted and smoked still made it into the top 10 fastest growing seafood-preparation terms, showing that stand-out ...
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