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Ingredient of the Week: Cod

Ingredient of the Week: Cod

Cod is a popular, white, saltwater, fish found in both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. They are found in the deeper, colder water and are from the same family as haddock and monkfish. Its ocean origin slightly alters the  nutritional value, but either way it is […]

Lemon & Coriander Cod with Carrot & Cauliflower Pilaf

Lemon & Coriander Cod with Carrot & Cauliflower Pilaf

I don’t generally bother to grate my vegetables in recipes, as it adds an extra step in preparation, which means it takes longer. Also the grater I have is not very good, so I find it time consuming and too much hard work. But for […]

Hoisin Cod with Crispy Omelette Cake

Hoisin Cod with Crispy Omelette Cake

Ok, so this might not be the prettiest of meals to look at, but its tasty and nutritious. Its also quick to make and a little different to your usual noodle stir-fry. Often fish fillets are quite small and so don’t contain enough protein for […]

Steamed Oriental Cod & Vegetables

Steamed Oriental Cod & Vegetables

Using a steamer is not something I do very often. This recipe however, has swayed me to use it more. It was so simple to make and as a bonus, incredibly nutritious. Steaming is one of the best ways to cook vegetables as it helps […]

Ingredient of the Week: Radish

Ingredient of the Week: Radish

Radishes come from the brassica family of vegetables like cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli. They are the edible root of the plant, although you can also eat the green leaves that grow from them if you wish. They are mainly eaten raw, added in to salads […]

Making an Omelette

Making an Omelette

A while back now, when talking about using the grill, I briefly mentioned that I’m not very good at making omelettes the conventional way in a frying pan and so use the grill to finish them off cooking. I thought it would be a good […]

Ingredient of the Week: Egg

Ingredient of the Week: Egg

As a child I adored egg, preferably scrambled or fried. For some reason when growing up I claimed I didn’t like pasta and so whenever Mum made pasta bolognese for tea, I would have “Chucky Egg” instead. Basically mashed up boiled egg with butter and […]

Smoked Coley Rice Salad

Smoked Coley Rice Salad

I have recently signed up to a monthly subscription from a company called Fishbox, which sends me a selection of sustainably caught fresh fish, that has already been prepared and filleted, each month. As a result I’m able to try a variety of new fish, as […]

Mediterranean Fish Pasta

Mediterranean Fish Pasta

For this recipe I used hake, a white fish common in Spanish, Italian and Portuguese cuisine. I first came across it when on my first training camp in Majorca. Each night once we had finished dinner, the waiter would come round and ask us what […]

Moroccan Roast Vegetables with Salmon

Moroccan Roast Vegetables with Salmon

I do love a big plate full of roast vegetables. There’s just something that feels so healthy about it, So long as you don’t go overboard on adding too much oil. Now don’t get me wrong I really do enjoy roasted vegetables when they are […]

Quick Fish Curry

Quick Fish Curry

Sometimes at the end of a week you just have lots of ingredients to use up. This is a great way of making use of all your leftovers and creating a simple and tasty meal. Curries are great for this style of cooking as you […]

Thai Salmon Chowder

Thai Salmon Chowder

A chowder is a chunky and hearty soup typically consisting of fish or seafood, most commonly clams, bacon, potatoes and milk or cream. It is a popular North American dish, originating from the very first European settlers and each state has it’s own interpretation. New England […]