Do you love seafood? I love them so very much! I remember how I gained serious weight eating fried potatoes and seafood. I can’t get enough of it. So, out of my love, I will share with you some instant pot seafood recipes. Theseare very delicious, and you can make them at home without too much trouble. Besides, if you do these recipes at home, you will save a lot of money. Seafood at restaurants is very expensive. So, let us get ready for some creative kitchen time!!!
Take a pan. Heat your oil. Now put the flour in and stir in low heat until the color is medium brown.
Now add tomatoes, garlic, pepper, onion, celery, and stir cook the vegetable until they are tender.
Next, add stock, Worcestershire sauce, filé, bay leaves, cayenne, thyme, and keep stirring well. Keep eyes open so that nothing is sticking to the floor of the pan. When the stock is smooth and nicely mixed, add the sausages.
Pour everything from pan to instant pot. Close the lid to seal the steam.
Cook for eight minutes. Next, manually open the lid to do a quick release of the steam.
1 Seed, stemmed, chopped bell pepper – red or green.
1 chopped onion – small.
1 tablespoon of Ras-el-Hanout.
Half teaspoon of ginger – ground.
1 can of whole tomatoes – peeled coarsely chopped, keep the juice separately.
A quarter cup of brine-cured pitted black or green olives – coarsely chopped.
2 tablespoons of coarsely chopped parsley – fresh.
2 scallions thinly sliced.
Get a mixing bowl. Season the shrimp with pepper, a quarter teaspoon of salt, lemon zest, one teaspoon of garlic powder, one tablespoon of olive oil, and toss to marinate evenly. Refrigerate until ready.
Put a pan on the stove and heat it. Put 1 tablespoon of olive oil and heat it. Add onions, bell pepper, quarter teaspoon of salt, and stir cook until tender. Next, add some garlic cloves minced, Ras-el-Hanout, ginger, and stir cook until you smell the fragrance.
Now, add the tomatoes and the juice and stir to cook well.
Now, get the shrimp and stir the mix to the tomatoes and close the lid and let the shrimp sit there for 7 minutes in steam. Next, stir mix the parsley and olives, and season with salt to taste.
Set the serving platter and sprinkle scallion over each of the plate contents and drizzle olive oil before serving.
I believe that instant pot seafood recipes here are not too difficult to make. If you are a seafood lover, please give them a try. You will enjoy these dishes if you eat them with family and friends. Unleash the cooking master in you and let the instant pot cook!!
Rick Goldman's grandpa was a captain of a California coast cruise. This afforded Rick the luxury of traveling to exciting places along the Pacific Coast as a young boy. He got to try different, exotic foods on these journeys - something he really enjoys blogging about from his grandpa's beautiful garden home today.