This month’s recipes are for two lovely fish dishes inspired by different parts of Asia. One is a Goan Fish Curry as per the image below; The recipe is also available in PDF format here: Goan Fish Curry ***** The second recipe is a Whole Baked Seabass as below: The recipe is also available… Continue reading February’s Recipes
Welcome to the long overdue recipes from December. Don’t Worry though, they’re great all year round. Enjoy. Paul.
Everyone’s been in the position before where friends have popped around for a cuppa and stayed longer than expected leading to the eventuality of making some snacks for guests. This recipe uses one of the greatest Cypriot exports; Halloumi. Use good quality halloumi, it makes a difference. The dipping sauce goes great with meatballs and… Continue reading Spiced Halloumi Fries, Easy Marinara Dipping Sauce
The dark nights have set in, there’s a chill in the air, in the words of the Stark’s ‘Winter is Coming’. What better way to warm up than a lovely bowl of amber soup. This recipe will serve four. Ingredients 1 Large Butternut Squash, seeds removed & chopped 2 Large Carrots, peeled and finely chopped… Continue reading Squash, Honey & Ginger Soup with Toasted Pumpkin Seeds
As you may or may not already know, I am working on a range of recipes with the Hadrian’s Wall Gin company. My first recipe was a Gin & Tonic Granita, perfect as a palate cleanser for a dinner party. Today, I am sharing recipe number two. This one is a real crowd pleaser and… Continue reading Hadrian’s Wall Gin & Tonic Cheesecake
How’s everyone enjoying the summer? I can’t believe it’s August already, how fast has this year flown by? Since my last recipe, I’ve been busy writing recipes, catering parties and had a trip down to London. August into September sees me doing a few classes at Outcook Cookery School in Alnwick, see http://www.outcook.co.uk for details.… Continue reading Pheasant & Apricot Tagine with Black Olives
How great has summer been so far? It’s felt continental at times with the amazing blue skies and soaring temperatures. Paul’s Private Dining has been busy with dinner parties and hosting classes at Outcook Cookery School. Thanks to the climate this year, some of the vegetables available have been nigh on perfect in terms of… Continue reading Salmon with Vegetable Pilaf