seafood – Pescetarian Pleasures

A new pulses brand Beans&Cuits commissioned a group of chefs and recipe developers to design some exciting new recipes, using their cooked pulses. Pescetarian Pleasures was selected to develop 2 recipes using 2 of their main ingredients, black quinoa and kidney beans. This recipe is inspired by the Arab dish tabbouleh, but using quinoa instead…

The cheapest, best way to buy fish, is to buy it whole and fillet it yourself. On average 40% of the fish is thrown away, including the guts, head, skin and bones….but lots can be done with this! Buying a whole fish, encourages using the head, tail, bones and skin to harvest the full flavour. These…

They say becoming pescetarian can seriously improve your health! Protein is essential to repair tissue all over the body….here are 9 top tips for getting enough!

I spend a lot of my time talking about food! Whilst chatting to a good friend Dana, we got onto the topic of Creole food, as Dana is from Louisiana. I haven´t eaten much Southern (American) food, but I really wanted to make a Jambalaya. The first recorded mention of Jambalaya was in the 1870´s, a time…

Looking for the perfect pescetarian recipe to kick off your Valentine´s meal? Whether cooking for yourself, a friend or your lover, these crab cakes will go down a treat!

Whilst chatting to my lovely friend Jimena about this recipe, she was saying it was not really an everyday dish. She wouldn´t make it because she doesn´t have Cognac at home, and certainly not caviar. If you don´t have Cognac, you can flambé with other spirits, such as rum. And if the idea of flambéing puts…

As some of you may know, my other half hails from Normandy, in the North Western corner of France. Their biggest exports are seafood (mussels and oysters), apples (therefore cider and calvados) and dairy products (including milk, cheese, butter and cream). The cream is thick, rich, calorific and lovely, similar to Clotted cream for those British…

Variety is the spice of life they say, and I´m always looking for something a bit different to feed my friends. I found the answer here….my recipe for Baby Octopus, with Rocket & Cherry Tomatoes. An easy, healthy seafood dish, packed full of flavour; just the kind of meal I love! Since the flesh of octopus is mainly muscle,…

With lots of people cutting red meat from their diets for environmental and ethical reasons, Pescetarianism is becoming more popular in today´s society….

We often spend a feral weekend with a big group of friends in the middle of nowhere, in Vinaixa. There is not much to do there apart from relax and eat, which are luckily two of our favourite things! The highlight is usually the paella, lovingly prepared by Eva and Rafa, cooked on an open fire…

Gyoza are Japanese adaptation of a small half moon shaped dumpling, originally from China. They are widely eaten throughout Asia as well as being a popular snack in other parts of the world. Usually served as a side dish or an appetizer, they make a great way to begin any meal. The fillings vary from…

Ingredients: 1 large onion, sliced 3 garlic cloves, crushed 1 thumb-size piece of fresh ginger, sliced 2 tbs of sunflower oil dried lemon grass and galangal 1 tbs Thai red curry paste 1 tin coconut milk 350g yellow cherry tomatoes, halved 1/2 head of broccoli 500g raw peeled prawns 25g dried goji berries 120g spinach…