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deep fried calamari

deep fried calamari...

Deep fried calamari Here is another fantastic and simple calamari recipe, if you have any calamaro rings left over from marinating for you salad make some deep fried calamari rings to dip into tartare sauce as another calamari antipasti or as a meal with a side salad and a some crisp potato wedges. What you need 1kg calamari rings 1 egg beaten 2 tablespoons milk 2 cups breadcrumbs (for this recipe, bought breadcrumbs...
Marinated calamari

Marinated calamari...

Calamari antipasti Marinated calamari is a fantastic Italian dish which is great on it’s own as an antipasti or sprinkled onto a salad for a summer lunch. It’s so hot out these days I thought I would give you all something really easy that also keeps in the fridge very well, ready for an anytime quick lunch or snack. (500g Calamari is ample for 3 ot 4 salads as a meal, so make as much or as little as you need) What...
Baked Sesame salmon

Baked Sesame salmon...

Baked sesame salmon There is little like a fresh piece piece of Cape salmon covered in toasted sesame seeds for a hot summers day meal. this recipe is so easy and so quick it’s hard to believe. This is all about the fantastic flavour of salmon, enhanced a little but preserving that delicate salmon flavour. (for 2 but make as many as you need) What you need 2x 250g Cape salmon fillets Juice of 1/2 lemon 2 teaspoons...
Crayfish recipe

Crayfish recipe...

crayfish Summer time means seafood and the king of all seafood is Crayfish. The succulent sweet meat of crayfish tails needs very little fancying up and personally I am not a fan of Crayfish Thermidor, which I find so rich and honestly, why muck around with one of natures most beautiful flavors. (for 2) What you need 2 large crayfish cleaned and halved finely grated rind of 1/2 a lemon butter Olive oil 2 teaspoons crushed...
Smoked haddock with a difference

Smoked haddock with a difference...

Smoked haddock florentine I have always enjoyed smoked haddock and happily used it in kedgeree or with a really nice white sauce on toast for breakfast, but this really steps it up for smoked haddock. The crumbly topping makes a huge difference and it was a delicious fish meal. Most of us don’t eat enough fish so here is a really quick and easy fish recipe that tastes fantastic. (4 people) What you need 600g smoked...
Tuna pasta bake

Tuna pasta bake...

Tuna pasta bake This tuna pasta bake recipe is really fantastic. Don’t be put off by the milk flavoring process, it takes a few minutes but makes a huge difference to the flavor. This is another one of those recipes that should be printed and kept, it will feature regularly, is inexpensive to make and a really great tasting dish. You can use tinned tuna or tinned salmon. ( for 4 hungry people) What you need 200g dry...
Fish in beer batter

Fish in beer batter...

Fried fish in beer batter Fish and chips just like the take away makes it. This is a light and crunchy beer batter good for any white fish. Kingklip is my favorite. The Crispy beer batter is what makes fish and chip shops famous, so here you go, try this crispy fish batter. It is so much better eating it the moment it’s ready. What you need 1 340ml can beer 1 1/2 cups of flour 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon paprika The...
Smoked haddock kedgeree

Smoked haddock kedgeree...

Kedgeree Smoked haddock is so under rated I thought I’d give you an old fashioned tasty kedgeree recipe that you will love. It’s one of those I remeber from my childhood and dont make often enough. It’s brilliant for breakfast or lunch. (4/5 people) What you need 500g frozen smoked haddock fillets 1 medium onion finely chopped 3 cups cooked rice 75ml cream 1 teaspoon tumeric or mild curry powder 3 boiled...
Garlic prawns

Garlic prawns...

Steamed garlic prawns This is the easiest garlic prawn recipe you will come across and is extremely tasty. I love to serve it with a simple vegetable stir fry that has a large handful of bean sprouts tossed into it instead of carrots. They are steamed and by far the best steamers are the bamboo steamers that you get at any oriental supermarket. (for 2 on their own or 4 with another Chinese dish, try the pineapple duck) What...
Prawn ball snacks

Prawn ball snacks...

prawn snacks These little Thai beauties are so indulgent and so delicious that this prawn ball recipe meant for 4 or 5 people can easily be consumed by 1 or 2 during a great DVD in the cold weather. You really need a food processor for the recipe but if you don’t have one and are willing to chop up prawns into tiny little pieces you will be just fine…. It will be worth it I tell you. It’s easy and quick...
Smoked salmon pasta sauce

Smoked salmon pasta sauce...

smoked salmon pasta sauce Every now and then I really NEED a good creamy pasta and this creamy smoked salmon pasta recipe hits all of the right spots. It’s decadent and is really simple to prepare. You can fancy this one up for guests very easily by putting a teaspoon of caviar or capers on top with a nice piece of fresh dill. The sauce doubles perfectly, so although this is for 2, just double for 4. What you need 200g...
Prawn curry

Prawn curry...

prawn curry This prawn curry is the ultimate indulgence for Indian food lovers. You can make it with coconut milk or cream to suit your taste. It’s a Bengali recipe that will really impress your friends and family. Don’t be put off by the list of ingredients…. most are spices. (for 4 people) What you need 600g large peeled prawns with the tails on 20ml lemon juice 50ml oil 1 small onion finely chopped 1/2...
Sesame prawns

Sesame prawns...

Sesame prawns These are a real treat so get some really nice size prawns, make some egg fried rice and settle in for a fabulous sweet and tasty treat. They are easy to do and the sesame seeds add a to the experience, so don’t be tempted to leave them out.(4 people) What you need 1kg king prawns shelled and deveined Maizena (Cornflour) (about 1/2 cup for dredging) 1 cup self raising flour pinch of salt pinch of pepper 1...
Pickled fish

Pickled fish...

Pickled Fish Pickled fish is a great thing to have in the fridge for weekends when you just want to put your feet up and veg out. Make a quick salad or some potato salad, a nice piece of pickled fish and everyone is happy. It’s not very difficult and certainly better than anything from a tin! What you need 2kg Kabeljou/yellowtail or kingklip cut into portions Salt and pepper 1/2 cup vegetable oil Sauce 3 large onions...

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