Griddled sesame prawns and courgette in a sticky oyster sauce

I cook this in the griddle pan as I love the texture of the courgette and prawn in this dish but its as easy to cook in a wok or pan.¬†IngredientsPrawnsSesame seedsSesame oilGarlic oilchinese five spicegarlic powderonion powdersoy sauce 3 tablespoonsginger choppedoyster sauce 3 tablespoonsfish sauce 1 tablespooncourgettesasparagustenderstem brocollionionHalf a lemons juice MethodPart steam your... Continue Reading →

Creamy crab and prawn tail risotto

Well I can only say this dish is an absolute beauty which can be tailored for a mid week dinner or pushed to the next level for a dinner party special and all in all takes approximately forty minutes to cook so looks impressive compared to the ease of cooking. I know some see risotto... Continue Reading →

Griddled Seasbass & prawns with a lemon and garlic sauce ,courgette cakes and rice.

IngredientsOne large seabass fillet per personOne packet of prawnsTwo chicken stock potsMediterranean herbs mixGarlic cloves ( I used three)Garlic granulesOne Lemon ,zest and juice ofOne eggOne courgetteTwo shallots or one onionPanko breadcrumbsBasmati riceBlack pepperFlourSaltMethodGet your rice on first, one cup of rice to one and a half cups of cold water, with one chicken stock... Continue Reading →

Patatas bravas and crispy chicken strips bowl.

INGREDIENTS AND METHOD Chicken strips Panko breadcrumbs 1 egg Onion granules Garlic granules Paprika Tumeric Chicken thighs Mix all the dry ingredients into the Panko breadcrumbs. Flatten the chicken slightly with a meat mallet or whatever comes to hand and then cut into strips. Dip the chicken into the egg, then the breadcrumb mix, spray... Continue Reading →

Shellfish paella

Who doesn't love Paella, it immediately reminds me of sunny Spanish days or indeed rainy days like today in Ireland during the Covid 29 lockdown. We were due to fly to Majorca yesterday but thar wasn't meant to be so instead I decided to bring a little Spain to our dinner table. It's a dish... Continue Reading →

A new way of life

As the sun sets, Another takes their final breath. The birds always sing but we can hear them clearer now, The busyness of life has ground to a halt. Souls slip away, a Country crys. Its' people open their eyes, some truly for the first time, Realising life for what it truly is. It's the... Continue Reading →

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