“Cooking Instructions and Recipes Made Easy”

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COOKING INSTRUCTIONS:

Steaks

For the best results in marinating your steaks, Do Not Thaw!

Sear all steaks for 3-5 minutes from frozen, on each side. When they are browned, on either side, turn down the heat to a medium and dip your steak in the marinade on both sides. Keep cooking your steak on one side for another 5-7 minutes and then flip to the opposite side for another 5-7 minutes. Every time you flip the steak dip it into your favorite marinade. Then let your steak sit, off the heat, for 5 minutes to let the juices rest. They come out perfectly moist and delicious every time! Most steaks take 18-21 minutes to a medium. These instructions also work with no marinade. Just flavor to the way you like your steak. This works on the BBQ or in the pan!

 

CHICKEN

For Easy Juicy Chicken Breasts in the Oven, Do Not Thaw!

Bake from frozen in the oven for 25 minutes at 425 degrees, make sure to flip them after 12 minutes to distribute the heat properly. Then allow breasts to sit for 5 minutes to release the juices and moisten the chicken breast. This also allows the chicken to finish the cooking process properly! Yummy!

“Chicken Pan Fried”

Thaw your chicken breasts and add 1-2 tsp. of oil to your pan. Bring oil to a medium-high heat. Then add your chicken, sear chicken on either side for 2-3 minutes, until chicken is browned. Turn the heat to a medium to medium low and cook for 7-10 on each side until done. Make sure to poke the chicken afterwards with a fork or knife, if it drains clear, its done. Always let rest for a few minutes afterwards. Exceptional!

“Chicken Tenders”

Fried

Thawed: Add 6 tsp. of oil and fry in a pan on a medium-high heat until golden brown. This process usually takes 5-7 minutes on each side.

Frozen: Add 3-5 minutes on each side.

Bake from Frozen 12-18 minutes at 425 degrees. Make sure to flip them after 6-8 minutes. Then add seasoning to your liking. ENJOY!

SEAFOOD

“Crab and Shrimp”

Crab

Rinse the crab with lukewarm water, just to remove the flash freezing. Then, thaw in a cup or bowl. Make sure the largest openings from the crab legs are down to ensure drainage. Take a tblsp. of the juice left from thawing and add a tblsp. or more butter, add basil, garlic and a squirt of lemon and heat for 1 minute or less on the microwave, for a delicious sauce to dip. Wow, Its Good!

Shrimp

Rinse the shrimp with lukewarm water, just to remove the flash freezing. Take 3-5 tblsp. of butter, a half tsp. of basil and a half tsp. of basil with a dash of chili powder and pour over top, for a delicious appetizer! Succulent!

Fish

Bake at 400 degrees until you see white beads forming on the fish. This means its done, the beads represent the fish losing its nutritional oils. That is a sign of the fish being done. Then, take the fillet and set it off the heat for 3-5 minutes allowing the fish to rest! It Hits The Spot!

“Fish Pan Fried”

Start by thawing you fish out. Then, in a bowl add 1 egg white, 1 cup of lime seltzer and flour to thicken your batter into a consistent batter. Check Batter by dipping a fork in and letting the batter drip from the fork. When your batter drips off the fork from 1-2 second between drips it perfect. Then, submerge your fish fillet in batter and cook at medium temperature until golden brown. After cooking sprinkle with salt, pepper and garlic powder to your taste. This is an excellent recipe for a light, fluffy and delicious batter. Wow!

“Cilantro Tilapia”

From frozen: Chop cilantro and shred some onion, top your fish with both and squeeze a half of a lime on top. Sprinkle with garlic powder and pepper. Then, bake at 400 degrees for 7-12 minutes.

 

 

 

 

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