I just had to post this scrumptious looking picture of my ingredients that I have just bought from our local Asian shop called The SpiceBoat. It’s a fantastic place to buy all the fresh ingredients I need for my spicy turkey burgers that I’m going to make for supper tonight.
These naturally gluten free and dairy free pancakes are amazing and great for breakfast or brunch. We had them with scrambled egg and a few mushrooms, but my husband suggested that next time they would taste even better with a few rashers of bacon on top! I must admit, I added a squeeze of tomato ketchup on top of mine.
Here is the recipe – you will need: … Continue reading
Continuing the theme of ‘eat more fish’ I made Thai fish cakes for supper last night. I wanted to find a recipe that had just fish and not bulked up with potato and the first recipe I tried ended up in a sloppy mess.
This is my adaptation of an Angela Hartnett recipe, I was really pleased with the outcome, the texture was quite meaty and the flavour had a slight spicy kick to it. It’s a personal taste thing, but next time I think I’ll be brave and add more Thai curry paste as we do love it hot! … Continue reading
Growing up, the only fish I would eat were covered in bread crumbs or batter, i.e fish fingers and ‘rock eel’ and chips from the chip shop. I hated the idea of getting a fish bone stuck in my mouth, still do, but over the years I have tried to be more adventurous with my cooking. I have introduced more fish dishes to our weekly dinners and these days we are eating more fish than ever. The great thing is that you can buy fillets or loins of fish that are already prepared and these hardly ever have bones in. To check you just run your fingers over it and if you do feel the odd bone, just pluck it out with a pair of tweezers. … Continue reading