Using the cauliflower to make the mash is a great way to lighten the meal and get additional vegetables into your diet. Topped with the crispy cod fillets makes this a winner winner fish dinner!
Living close to the sea means that there is always an abundance of fresh fish and seafood available so i thought i would capitalise on that in this recipe. Smokey, creamy, herby – it really is everything. Serve with a platter of raw vegetables, chips and breads and lunch is served.
We eat tonnes of avocados in our house, I put them in my smoothies, Phil loves them chopped on his salad bowls, Isabella loves avocado on toast and Harvey likes the avocado chocolate mousse (he doesn’t actually know there is avocado in there) but this new recipe will be popular in the Neville house for sure.
Crispy prawn toasts are my sons all time favorite and these do not disappoint. I always make double and there are never any left overs.
I always serve these just before dinner is served and I never have to call anyone to the table. Salty, crispy and delicious.
I am definitely guilty of regularly cooking too much rice. I simply tip it all in and when dry it does not look like a large quantity then 20 minutes later I have enough rice to feed everyone on my road.
This may look and taste like it is complicated or difficult to make but believe me, it really is simple and the best way to use up leftover’s.
This is definitely a favourite with my children (who have to eat quickly before my husband eats them off their plates) a wonderful source of omega 3. These make delicious finger foods too with lemon mayonnaise or in my sons case, just lots and lots of ketchup!
I love when I create a one dish dinner that goes in the centre of the table and everyone digs in – and when it looks and tastes as good as this one, it is alias a clean dish at the end of dinner. Fish, potatoes and vegetables, you need nothing more.
This whole salmon side is a WOW dish for sure yet super simple to make. Sweet and Sour, a flavour explosion.