Tag: seafood

Haar At Home

Haar At Home

Last weekend Neil and I tried a different cook at home meal. This one was prepared by Masterchef the Professionals finalist from last year Dean Banks. His restaurant is based up in St Andrews, Scotland but fortunately delivers nationwide, allowing for people who otherwise wouldn’t 

Boiled Egg & Crab Salad in an Avocado Yogurt Dressing

Boiled Egg & Crab Salad in an Avocado Yogurt Dressing

I still had some seafood sticks left over from the frittata I made earlier this week, so I decided to use them up in a salad. I also had some eggs and an avocado and as all these ingredients work well together, I decided to 

Ingredient of the week: Samphire

Ingredient of the week: Samphire

Samphire is a vibrantly green, leafy vegetable grown near the sea. There are two types, marsh and rock. Marsh is more readily available and is far more pleasant to eat. Rock is generally found in the Mediterranean and has a rather unpleasant smell and taste. 

Prosciutto Wrapped Sea Trout with Samphire Lentil salad

Prosciutto Wrapped Sea Trout with Samphire Lentil salad

Since signing up for FishBox I’ve had the opportunity to try several new fish, Sea trout is one of these. It is really delicious, very like salmon and if you can’t get hold of sea trout fillets, then salmon would make a great alternative. If 

Fishbox

Fishbox

A while back now I wrote a post about how I handle and prepare fish and my frustrations and limitations with it. I still have many of these restrictions, but I have discovered an exciting new way of trying different and new fish and increasing 

Prawn, Pineapple & Sweet Potato Curry

Prawn, Pineapple & Sweet Potato Curry

When I made this I used green Thai curry paste, but in the past I have followed exactly the same recipe, but used Korma instead. Both flavours really compliment the dish so feel free to try either. Red Thai curry paste would also work and 

Fishy Business

Fishy Business

If I had to choose between only eating meat or only eating fish and seafood for the rest of my life, then fish would win hands down. However fish can be a lot trickier to cook and eat when you can’t see, especially if it 

Brazilian Prawn Stew

Brazilian Prawn Stew

When I went to Rio for the Paralympics, even though I was there for almost 3 weeks, I never got to really sample the typical Brazilian cuisine. The food provided for us in the Paralympic Village was very plain and basic and just served a