Last week I made these delicious pork kebabs with soy and ginger after stumbling across the recipe on the Asda website as I had some pork fillet to use up. Super easy to make but best marinated overnight if possible to really get the flavour into the meat. I served mine with a green salad and some boiled rice.
I have just got back from an amazing trip to Galicia in north Spain so hope to share some foodie images taken on the trip with you soon.
My 2016 entry for the Eurovision party was this lower fat lemon tart on BBC Good Food, or tarte au citron seeing as I was bringing a French themed morsel to the party table. It uses low fat creme fraiche instead of cream but none of the party guests could tell it was a healthier take on the tart. I employed the services of Burford Brown eggs as I love the bright colour of their yolks and hope it produced a punchier looking dessert. I also increased the amount of pastry as in many of the comments people said they struggled to line the tart tin although I think my pastry could have been a little thinner.
This recipe is based on the Hairy Dieters home made fishcakes but I tinkered with the quantities slightly based on what I had to hand. I also made these gluten free by using gluten free seeded bread whizzed to breadcrumbs. I can never be bothered with shallow frying and baking these fishcakes also means it’s erring on the healthy side of things which is good as I have a wedding to attend in 6 weeks and don’t want to have to buy a new dress.
In other news, I unfortunately didn’t make it to the final of Food Photographer of the Year 2016 but massive thanks to everyone for their votes, kind words and support in this years competition.