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Andrew Zimmern’s Best Recipes for Shrimp

11 Ways to Cook Everyone’s Favorite Crustacean Shrimp are easy to prepare, cook quickly and pair well with many different flavors. From Vietnamese spring rolls and Japanese tempura, to spicy barbecue shrimp and spring paella, the possibilities are endless. Grilled, fried, sautéed, baked and poached, here are my favorite ways to cook the beloved seafood.   Shrimp…  Read More

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Shrimp Tempura with Tentsuyu

Traditional Shrimp Tempura By Andrew Zimmern When making tempura, the texture is as important as the flavor. Getting it right starts with the batter, a simple mixture of water, egg and flour. The methodology of stirring is vital; the combination of under-mixing and using cold water leaves lumps in the batter. That way the batter will actually…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's recipe for grilled snapper

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Japanese-Style Grilled Red Snapper

Japanese-Style Grilled Red Snapper By Andrew Zimmern One of the great traditions in Japanese cookery is robata, or cooking over an open grill with binchotan charcoal. It’s a great technique for cooking red snapper. Paired with my favorite dipping sauce for Japanese-style grilled fish—a mix of soy, lemon, scallion and daikon radish—it doesn’t get much…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern’s Guide to Deep-Frying

Deep Fry Like a Pro The word ‘fried’ is one of the most maligned terms in the kitchen. There’s no denying that fried foods aren’t the healthiest thing you can put in your mouth. But let’s face it, we’re pleasure seekers at heart and a little fried food every now and again is soul satisfying.…  Read More

12 Delicious Japanese Recipes to Make at Home

My Favorite Japanese Recipes The foods of Japanese izakayas are among the most beloved in the world. There’s not a chef in the country who doesn’t try his or her hand at ramen, soba, egg custards, robata-style fish, sashimi, yakitori, goya and so on. Surprisingly, though, very few home cooks do. Making Japanese food at home requires having a few…  Read More