Yo peeps, bringing you a deliciously different orange and cardamom baked salmon recipe.
So let’s just take a moment to really appreciate these roast salmon polenta bowls. I mean it is roast salmon on polenta with sweet roasted tomatoes and a big helping of basil pesto. Big flavours people, big, big flavours. It is the kind of goodbye summer, hello autumn creamy comforting polenta.
I think it is time to share my easy peasy, ready in 15 mins healthy grilled salmon recipe with a vibrant tropical salsa. It is healthy, drool worthy and tastes great. What’s not to like.
So my daughter came home the other day and announced that; Her friend K, had invited herself over for tea the following week and that I had to make a tuna pasta bake that was exactly like K’s mother makes for her every week.
Ola folks. I am super excited about the Rio 2016 Olympics games and much to Freddy’s amusement, have spent the last few weeks getting my Brazilian groove on. So it has been all about samba, lambada, funk carioca, beach moments, vibrant colours and the taste of Brazil. And one of the things I love, so make regularly is a Brazilian fish stew aka Moqueca Baiana.
Today I am sharing my version of a Tanzanian seafood curry. The mussels are cooked in a sauce spiced with cloves, cardamom, coriander and ginger and enriched with some creamy coconut milk and delicious finely sieved tomatoes. Oh folks, just imagine the rich flavours in this.
Nothing beats a huge bowl full of this warm smoky Cornish fish stew.
Here is how to create a quick and easy 15 min Thai red prawn curry for those busy busy days.
Folks, I finally made some Jollof spaghetti aka Jollof pasta. And it is so good that I am trying to convince my sister to serve some up at her wedding next year. Heck, we all know that it is no West African party if it has not got some Jollof rice in it somewhere right. So why not go over board and serve up some jollof pasta too.
I have been rather lacking on the rice recipes on the blog. I mean I am a Sierra Leonean who absolutely loves rice. So much so that I very often have ‘col res’ for breakfast.