Cranberry Roasted Shallots, with Capers

Having seen these beautiful shallots on a recent Retreat to Sarnac I bought two bunches and decided to revisit an old favourite recipe, oven roasted shallots! They just looked so appealing, vibrant and shiny, I was sure they would taste great. I couldn´t resist them! Shallots are much sweeter than regular onions. Their flavour is more subtle and…

Purple carrots, fennel, ricotta & lime salad

I’ve been chatting to a lot of people recently, who talk about autumn being their favourite season. I do like seeing the colours of the leaves on the trees change as winter approaches, but ultimately I’m a summer baby! I spend most of autumn and winter anxiously waiting the first signs of spring, and therefore summer. It must…

Courgetti with salmon, rocket and spinach pesto

I´ve been really inspired this week, cooking lots and on a bit of a posting frenzy! Once I have got to grips with the admin side of the blog I will send you all a fortnightly roundup, highlighting the latest Pescetarian Pleasures recipes. I don´t want to spam you, so in the mean time if you are getting fed up with…

Kale, Halloumi and orange

Kale, kale, kale! This leafy, deep green veg (descendant of the cabbage family) is the real deal! I was a big fan of Kale, long before it was the hipster superfood of choice. Besides it´s health benefits (rich in nutrients and a great source of vitamin A, vitamin C & folic acid ) Kale’s nutty flavour is insanely good….

Pumpkin, Parsley and Pomegranate salad

This makes a zingy, refreshing vegetarian salad, great at any time of the year. Ingredients: 1⁄2 pumpkin (about 750g), cubed 2 garlic cloves, chopped 1⁄2 red pepper, sliced 100g Feta cheese, crumbled Parsley, small bunch 200g cherry tomatoes, halved 1⁄2 Pomegranate 1⁄2 red onion, finely sliced 25g pumpkin seeds, toasted 25g sunflower seeds, toasted 2tbs Reggae Reggae Hot Sauce…

Mango, salmon, coriander and ginger salad

Ingredients: 2 salmon fillets Soy sauce 1 courgette 1 mango 2 small red peppers 50g cashew nut, roughly chopped Black sesame seeds Ginger, 1 thumb sized piece Mint Coriander Fish sauce Yuzu juice Sesame oil spring roll dipping sauce hot sauce Marinade the salmon for a couple of hours in soy sauce. Cook in a pan…

Olive Breadsticks

Everyone loves the smell of freshly baked bread! Breadsticks are so simple to make, and taste so much better than shop bought ones. They are perfect to just nibble on, or to be served with a soup or dip. These black olive breadsticks are my favourite, but you could also use cheese, sun dried tomatoes,…

Butternut squash, chickpea and lemon salad

One of our followers sent this photo with the simple question….”any ideas”? It reminded me about one of my favourite warm winter salads which I haven’t made for a long time. So, as butternut squash is in season now, what better excuse than to make it to share with you guys. The sweet, dense flesh…

Tuna belly with cucumber and asparagus salad

Tuna belly is also known as ‘Toro’ and is the fattiest part of the fish. It is very oily and high in omega3 which is very desirable in a modern diet. Only a small portion is present in each tuna, so it is usually pretty expensive. The best way to preserve the texture and flavour…

Endive, Feta and Orange salad

Ingredients: 3 heads of Endives 2 oranges thinly sliced and chopped Coriander, small bunch 1 small red onion, thinly sliced 80g sliced, pitted black olives 150g crumbled Feta 100g walnuts Arrange the endive leaves on a large plate or platter and scatter over the remaining ingredients. Dress with a lemony vinaigrette. For a more zingy…