Saturday, August 21, 2010

Recipes for Beef and Broccoli

Seven Seas Beef and Broccoli lunch special

If you're looking for an easy dinner recipe, beef and broccoli is the one. It's hearty, tasty and doesn't take much time at all. Perhaps you already have a recipe that you follow for this dish! But there's one thing that should be pointed out about many recipes online - many of them instruct you to coat the beef in a starchy sauce and deep fry. Why obscure the taste of fresh, quality cuts? Our chef suggests that you skip this step altogether.

This recipe doesn't use the deep-fry method. If you'd like for the beef to be a little more flavorful, marinate it with pepper, soy sauce and a little rice wine before cooking.

And then there's this video that shows you the ultra-shortcut way of making this dish. Video's a bit grainy, but still useful.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Limited Quantities Of Six Pound Lobsters In Our Tanks

Hey everyone, we just wanted to let you know:


Six-pound lobsters are at Seven Seas!

Sellout risk: Very high.

Sale price: $12.50/lb
Regular price: $24.99/lb

We only have 3-4 of these lobsters left, so please call to reserve.

Other fresh catch that just arrived are:

Soft shell crabs
One crab: $9.95
Two crabs: $16.95

Red snapper $14.95/lb

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Authentic Noodle Soups

Noodle soups are a staple in authentic Chinese food. There are so many different varieties of delicious noodle soups across China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and other countries with large Chinese populations that it's practically impossible to document. What we can do is introduce you to some of our favorites, and hopefully you'll like it as much as we do!

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Dish of the Month - Chinese Seaweed Salad

You might be familiar with Japanese seaweed salad, but what about Chinese-style seaweed salad? Is there a big difference? Absolutely. Japanese style seaweed salad is marinated in a sweet, vinegar sauce and sesame oil, while Chinese-style seaweed salad is tossed with salt, garlic and shredded carrots. It's also more dense in texture. Whichever you prefer, Seven Seas serves both!