This recipe is an amalgamation of an Ottolenghi recipe from his book Jerusalem and Sabrina Ghayour's book, Persiana. It's also a cheat's moussaka of sorts. I was having friends round for dinner and didn't fancy the faf of having to dry the aubergines, make the sauce etc, so opted for this. The Ottolenghi recipe
My version of the classic, Chicken Satay. Instead of grilling chicken, I made more of a chicken satay stir fry. Complete with a sticky peanut sauce. The chicken was pre marinated for 24 hours, then all I had to do was create the sauce, and fry the chicken and the vegetables. So simple, packed full
Fishing for a recipe for dinner? I've caught the perfect one and it couldn't be simpler. You'll need: 40g fillet of monkfish 1 tablespoon flour 1 tablepspoon black pepper grinded 1 tablespoon salt Lemons Plenty of white wine Start by drying your fish using a paper towel. When it's dry add to a casserole dish.
This recipe is not my own, however after having it made for me at a friend's house I decided I had to create it. Presenting, Fish Pie as stolen from Susan. Ingredient you will need: Sweet Potato Fish - either a fish pie mix, or make your own, Salmon, Haddock, Prawns, Trout etc Milk Nutmeg