Nadia G's Twist on the Feast of the Seven Fishes


Make Cooking Channel chef Nadia G's Christmas menu, a twist on the feast of the seven fishes.


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Fresh Scallop and Pineapple Ceviche

Talk about fuss-free: This ceviche uses the acid found in pink grapefruit, lemon and lime juices to "cook" a mix of scallops and striped bass.

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Spicy Tom Yam Zuppe di Pesce

Add a little Thai to your Christmas table with this flavor-packed dish spiced with hot chili paste, lime leaves, lemongrass and peppery, gingerlike galangal.

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Crispy Puttanesca Panzarottis

This Italian classic is like calzone on steroids, stuffed with a savory-salty mix of olives, capers and anchovies and fried to golden perfection.

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Mussels in White Wine and Meyer Lemon Sauce

Celebrate the holiday in French style with briny mussels boiled in an herbed white wine sauce. Don't forget to serve with toasted garlic bread: you'll want it to mop up the extra sauce.

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Spicy Szechuan Shrimp Linguine

Although the spicy chili-Szechuan peppercorn sauce is stellar, the highlight of this dish is a hidden layer of meaty, oven-baked oyster mushrooms tucked into the pasta.

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Midnight Roast

Served partially sliced and scattered with mushrooms, pearl onions and potatoes, this roast makes an impact on any table — and no one will know cooking it was as simple as tossing everything into one pan.

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Panettone Bread Pudding

Cheap friends keep giving you panettone for Christmas? Make the most of it with this rich bread pudding perked up with airy meringue and vanilla-flecked creme anglaise.

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