Ingredient Archive: shallots

Spiced Fish with Basmati Rice.

This dish is so simple to prepare my daughter the “starving artist” tells me she “whips this dish weekly!”… Mmmm?

Egg Noodles with Mixed Vegetables

Easy Bowl Food!

Asian – Style Vegetable Salad

This salad tastes great on its own or teamed up with chicken or pork.

Quinoa, Chickpea and Herb Salad with Spiced Lamb.

This is one of those incredibly simple recipes, with a whole lot of flavour…enjoy!

Bocconcini and Prosciutto Salad with Walnut Pesto

This salad can fly solo on your plate, but there are three passengers it travels well with…. grilled chicken, grilled lamb cutlets and fillet steak!

Thai Yellow Fish Curry with Vegetables

I used Mulloway (jewfish) for this recipe, I buy the tail end as there are very few bones, Ling is also a good option! If your in doubt talk to your fish monger, tell him what your cooking and he will point you in the right direction.

Crumbed Fish with Italian Tomato Salsa

I used Mulloway fish for this recipe, also known as Jewfish it goes back well with the tomato salsa as it is a mild tasting fish. Excuse the pun, but once you eat Mulloway you will be hooked! Alternatives are Bream or Barramundi. I always buy the tail end as there are very few, if any, bones.

Pizza Rounds

I would make these pizza’s for my daughter’s birthday parties, and the kids loved them! The girls always ask me to make them for xmas day pre- lunch drinks, as it is a reminder of those times. Only difference is the soft drink has now been replaced with champagne!

Broad Bean Salad with Five Spice Chicken

My father grows broad beans, but when they are not in season I always have a bag in the freezer. Broad beans, just like edamame are low in fat and a good source of protein and soluble fibre. This salad also enjoys the company of salmon or lamb cutlets (french trimmed) and at times left unaccompanied, enjoy!

Salmon Patties with Lime Chilli Dressing

This simple salad goes back so well with the salmon patties, it really is a funky little dish!

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