Thai Sweet and Sour Fish (2)

This New Year I’m cooking my way steadily through ” Dominique’s Kitchen” by Dominique Woolf. I love her tweaks to traditional thai recipes such as using fish rather than prawns or chicken in this dish. If you want to use prawns instead, just add them after the onions and garlic. Serve with some rice.

Thai Tuna Fishcakes (2-4)

An easy storecupboard version of a classic thai dish from ” Dominique’s Kitchen ” by Dominique Woolf. The traditional recipe would use white fish fillets. Her Cucumber relish can be served alongside if you like. The recipe will make 8-10 fishcakes.

Salmon with Greens and Shitake Mushrooms (2)

A quick and healthy supper from ” Nigella Bites” by Nigella Lawson. If you can, use wild or organic salmon. Farmed salmon won’t taste anything like as good and is often detrimental to the environment and harmful for the fish, contributing to disease. I would far rather eat less fish than support many types of fish farming.

Salt and Pepper Squid (2)

I recently visited Blakeney in Norfolk , England, while walking the Norfolk Coast Path. The little seafood stall by the harbour had sold out of crab, so I opted for their Salt and Pepper squid with a Sriracha Mayo. I can honestly say it was one of the best versions i have had so if you go there do try it. In the meantime here is a version from ” Nigella Bites” by Nigella Lawson.