Read on for my recipe for Sicilian Fish Don’t you just love the whole Mediterranean diet, the use of vegetables, fruits, pulses, legumes plus fish and to a lesser extent meat. Fish is super healthy and we never seem to eat enough of it. I love this Sicilian Fish dish because it is super easy…
I love sardines, both those from a tin (can’t beat them on toast) to fresh sardines. I really developed a taste for those when I worked in The Algarve a good few years ago. These sardines with beetroot and blueberry salsa are just my thing.
Not content with strawberry pesto, now she is adding strawberries to salmon, whatever next? Yes this strawberry salmon salad is my latest in the make-use-of-all-the-gorgeous-strawberries-in-the-garden venture and I have to tell you it’s marvelous.
For me Scottish salmon is perfect at any time of year but it always seems to be perfect now in spring time when the lightness of the dish just heralds the coming of sunshine and warmer weather, lighter food and hopefully summer!
It’s party time! Although we have graduated from the dreaded cheese and pineapple/pickled onions on sticks hedgehog things from the 1970s sometimes coming up with party food ideas can be daunting and we head for the supermarket and a lot of over priced stuff instead. My prawn and bacon skewers are super easy to make…
This is a simple healthy fish pie recipe whereby I mean that I’ve omitted the usual potato topping in favour of a creamy sauce with almonds. This is for the days when you want to go all out healthy and have some comfort food at the same time.
This is summer eating at it’s best, light yet filling, healthy and tasty too. My salmon and pesto rolls make the perfect lunch to eat outdoors with friends (should the weather oblige) or a good light supper dish too served with this Provencal style salad.
Baked cod gremolata is a tasty and healthy supper dish, low in the carb department, high in the protein, fiber, vitamins and health. Throw in the fact that it tastes damn good and you really do have a dish that ticks all the boxes, who can argue with that.