Fish Meuniere

Meunière sauce is traditionally a rustic brown butter and lemon sauce with chopped parsley. As basic as it sounds, its perfect for the delicate flavours of most types of fish.
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Snapper Fish In Papillote

En papillote is a cooking method whereby the food is inserted into a folded parcel. Usually made from foil or folded parchment paper. I prefer paper as the fish steams
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Tuna Salade Niçoise With A Twist

Salade Nicoise as the name suggests comes from the city of “Nice” in Provence, in the South of France. There’s been so many variations of this bistro style famous salade
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Smoked Paprika Prawns (Shrimps)

I know prawns aren’t suppose to fly but these definitely fly off the plate at any gathering. So easy to make and your guests will have a lasting first impression.
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Fish Fingers In Crispy Dill Beer Batter

Everyone loves fish fingers, but you can’t compare these to the ones you buy. So easy to make, quick and tastes awesome. You can make this with almost any filleted
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Prawns (Shrimps) With Quinoa And Guacamole

You can easily prepare this dish either as a formal dinner or a casual BBQ entree. Make the guacamole bases in advance and barbecue your prawns (shrimps), serve still sizzling
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Salmon En Croute

A winner at dinner parties, easy to serve as it can be made in advance and never fails to impress. Quite simple to make if you buy your own puff
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Snapper Fish Mediterraneo

I’m sure you’ve all heard of the Mediterranean diet which is good for the heart. A large component of this lifestyle is fish, tomatoes and olive oil. This recipe has
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Crispy Skin Salmon With Crushed Potatoes

Salmon is quite an oily hearty fish and cooked correctly can be one of the most succulent fish you can eat. It’s quick to prepare, healthy and tastes fantastic. This
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Special Fried Rice

Enjoy this dish on its own or as part of a larger meal. Fried rice was originally created to avoid wasting leftover cooked rice. I believe its origins were from
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