Perfect Sunday Roast Pork 👌🏻
Quick weeknight meals... Oven baked homemade chips, flathead fillets with flour, garlic salt and a light pan fry in olive oil with a butterleaf salad with tomato, cucumber and avocado 🐟 🥗 🥔 🥑 🍅
Sun’s out, Pimm’s out! There really is nothing better than this British classic on a warm spring day!
MUSSELS • PRAWNS • CRAB - oh my! We often have this simple dish with mussels only and it can be served with bread or pasta. Now in true Italian style the quantities are in ‘ish’ value 200ish grams. Go by your own taste buds! 😋 1kg of mussels (de-bearded) 350ish grams of green prawns A whole crab or some large crab legs (Any other seafood that takes your fancy) 1 litre of tomato passata or a tin of crushed tomatoes (Mutti is my favourite) Some fresh tomatoes 4 cloves of garlic Fresh chilli Parsley Olive Oil 1 red onion White Wine Ciabatta bread for serving * * * 1. Start by ensuring all your seafood is clean and ready to use. 2. In a large pot with a generous amount of olive oil, add diced onion, chilli and garlic and fry until soft, but not brown. 3. Add a generous splash of white wine, and by splash maybe 1 cup or so. 4. Add passata, chopped tomatoes and large handful of chopped flat leaf parsley to the pot and simmer for about 30 minutes. (Add salt, pepper and sugar to the sauce to taste) 5. Add shellfish to the sauce and simmer with the lid on for about 20 minutes or until mussels have opened up. (Depending on the seafood you're using and the size, this time will vary. Also if you have smaller prawns you may want to add these last as they won't take long to cook. 6. Serve with ciabatta bread, which is delicious to soak up the beautiful sauce!