Pork tenderloin is a fantastic lean and subtly flavoured cut of pork, taking just 15-20 minutes to roast this Miso and honey glazed tenderloin makes for a perfect midweek meal. And those quick pickles, you know they are the perfect side!
You know what? I have had the enough of winter now, I live in a place where food is very seasonal and typically nothing is available locally unless it is in season, in many ways it is wonderful and fits in very much with the way I cook and grow food.
My Chinese salt and pepper chicken breast is the perfect quick fakeaway dinner treat… And that pickled daikon is the perfect accompaniment!
The quick pickled fennel salad is a perfect side dish for anything from fish to pork & takes just 30 minutes to rustle including the pickle!
This quick pickled daikon is a wonderfully refreshing side dish perfect for serving alongside rich dishes and is ready to eat in just 20 minutes.
Salt and Pepper Squid is one of those dishes that sounds intimidating and complex… It isn’t, it is lightning quick and stupidly easy!
Pork tenderloin feels like the perfect meat for this time of year. Quick to cook, light and lean and it sits perfectly alongside pickles like this pickled fennel and carrots.
If adventures in North African/Persian food defined my winter my summer has been all about pickles and salads and this pickled peach salad with ham and cheese follows on from the likes of my Panzanella and Thai Beef Salad in this seasons culinary ramblings.