These fish rissoles are a great way to enjoy the goodness of fish without the overpowering taste or messing around with whole fillets. Corn or diced capsicum are a great addition to the patty mix – they help mask the fishy taste further and add extra nutrients to the meal. […]
Archive for February, 2011
These delicious chocolate orange melting moments are so irresistibly tasty, additive-free and quick to make that I bet it would take you longer to go and get a packet of bikkies from the supermarket than to make these!
Melt in your mouth fish fillets served with an Asian greens and organic soba (buckwheat flour) noodle stir fry. Amazingly flavoursome and good for you. The fish was so tender and moist it was hard to plate it up in one piece!
The pie takes less than 20 minutes to make, it’s packed full of veges, great for using leftover roast chook and whatever vegetables that came with it and it’s a fun for the kids to eat as well. A perfect midweek dinner.
The flavours of the light tomato broth are a perfect backdrop of sweet and sour to the sweet, slightly creamy flavour of the seafood. Fresh herbs add an extra dimension to both the flavor and the delicate appeal of the dish.
Everyone loves good Chinese, myself included, and san choy bow is one of my all-time favourite starters. Served in tiny lettuce ‘cups’, the intermingling flavours of the meat, exotic mushrooms and oyster sauce are so delectable I can never stop at just one.
There is no better way to explore a culture and get to know the people than through sharing a meal at their table. The following recipe is my interpretation of what Spanish food is quintessentially about: seafood, cured pork sausages, olives and smoky peppers.
These moist, sticky Wholemeal Raspberry and Blueberry Muffins are a replica recipe of those tasty raspberry and blueberry muffins sold in many Sydney cafes. You know the one?? Big top, shiny brown crust, tangy berries on top… Wholesome, low sugar and dairy-free option.