Like my BBQ Tandoori Chicken recipe, this tandoori fish recipe uses a BBQ in lieu of a tandoor oven. The great thing about cooking on a BBQ is the extreme temperatures you can reach.
Yes folks more tuna and a rather foxy and fancy looking Seared Tuna Steak with a lemon caper sauce. Unlike my last Asian inspired tuna steak recipe this one is much more ‘European’ in its influence.
This glorious honey and soy glazed tuna steak is pimped up with a bit of chili and seared rather than cooked, it is served with some garlic braised pak choi and spring onions. Honey and Soy Glazed Seared Tuna Steak With Pak Choi. Oooo look what I found... Tuna steak is a really rare and really rather expensive find here in Eastern Hungary. But I just could not resist buying it and revisiting an idea I used to cook once a week back in the UK. In fact, I bought enough for at least a couple [...]
If you have been hanging out here for a while you a) need to get out more and b) know that I have a bit of a thing for fish cakes, as a result the appearance of these salmon fish cakes should not be a surprise. They appear at a time of the year that is always very strange as a cook because it is not quite summer but not really hearty comfort food weather either.
This Smoked Trout Potato Frittata is another smoked fish recipe hereon krumpli, one that joins a fairly long list. In many ways this is because it is difficult to get fish that is to my taste here on the great Hungarian Plain, but also because I love the stuff.
I typically grill salmon because it is quick and simple but I love a bit of baked salmon too and this verdant green number is inspired by the changing content of our supermarket shelves… It may only be the end of February but the green stuff is returning and I will be planting crops this time next month
Kedgeree is so often flagged as a breakfast dish but for me it is always a lunch/dinner dish and my smoked mackerel version is cooked in a skillet and is perfect for throwing in the middle of the table and helping yourself.
Krumpli is littered with quick Friday Fakeaway dinners but this spicy Szechuan shrimp stir fry is probably the quickest of all… I have it down as 15 minutes prep and 5 minutes cooking but that is allowing for a sip of wine or beer as the prep work happens and a chat as you go, if your concentrating you can prep in 5-10 minutes which puts this recipe at 10-15 minutes from fridge/cupboard to table and it is all from scratch