You’ve probably seen contestants on MasterChef reaching for the Sous Vide to create gob-smackingly gorgeous dishes to wow the judges. While it might seem technical, it’s actually one of the most foolproof cooking techniques imaginable.Continue reading “Sous Vide say Oui Oui”
When it comes to stress-free entertaining, the trick is to not sweat the small stuff when feeding guests. Never lose sight that entertaining at home is about generosity and sharing good company rather than delivering MasterChef dishes for judgement! I’ve put together some wonderful suggestions for spring recipes to help you along.Continue reading “Simple and Stylish Spring Recipes”
This specialty poached salmon with verjuice (unripe grapes’ juice) comes packed with tenderly cooked potatoes spiked with chilli and herbs. Added with the delicious sweet-and-sour notes of the juice, this dish is simply a winner winter warmer to try at home.Continue reading “Poached Salmon with Verjuice Recipe”
Fish is a great ingredient to cook with. It’s a healthier alternative to meat and usually takes less time to prepare. The pressure cooker even speeds up the cooking process. Give this pressure-cooked salmon teriyaki recipe a go. It’s tasty, perfect for busy work nights, and wonderful for special dining occasions.
Who thought leftover rice, salmon, and kimchi can be so yummy? Take this Buddha bowl recipe. It’s so packed, full, and easy to make, it’s no wonder Buddha bowls are such a huge food trend. Mix and match your bowl of leftovers at home and DIY your own Buddha-style bowls for an impromptu dinner party. Continue reading “Salmon and Kimchi Rice Buddha Bowl Recipe”
This oven-baked salmon recipe is delicious as is but would make a filling meal when paired with a warm whole-grain salad or a crisp green salad. It’s so simple to make, it will surprise you how good it can be.Continue reading “Baked Salmon with Lemon and Coriander”