Mixed Seafood Grill

Menu Part: 
Entree
Cuisine Type: 
American
Serves: 
4

A combination of grilled seafood with Asian seasonings is beautifully presented. Kumquats and zucchini brighten the plate and wasabi mayonnaise adds a nice kick.

Ingredients

3⁄4 cup soy sauce
1⁄2 cup dry sherry
3 tbsp. Asian sesame oil
2 tbsp. vegetable oil
2 tbsp. minced, peeled ginger
1 tbsp. brown sugar
3 garlic cloves, minced
1 lb. tilapia fillets
1 lb. shrimp, deveined
1 lb. sea scallops
Black sesame seeds, julienne zucchini, and grilled kumquats, for garnish
Wasabi mayonnaise
Minced scallions, for garnish

 

Steps

1. Whisk soy sauce, sherry, sesame and vegetable oils, ginger, brown sugar, and garlic in large, shallow bowl. Add tilapia, shrimp, and scallops; marinate 30 min.

2. Remove seafood from marinade and grill 5-10 min., turning once and brushing with marinade.

3. For service: Plate grilled seafood on metal server; garnish with sesame seeds, julienned zucchini, and kumquats. Serve with wasabi mayonnaise, garnished with scallions.
 

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