Posts Tagged ‘Seafood’

Hokkien Noodles with Pork & Prawns

Hokkien Noodles with Pork & Prawn What’s not to like in this crowd-pleasing recipe? Easy to cook and even easier to eat, it’s everything you want in a noodle dish. As with all stir-fries, make sure you have all the

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Mussels with Speck & Cider

Plump, juicy and sweet, cooked with smokey bacon, dry cider and a bit of cream – Moules Bretonne is an explosion of flavour that’s impossible to resist. No surprise it’s one of my favourite recipes. Make sure you don’t miss

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How to Fillet a Salmon

Filleting a fish is something you may be a little intimidated by, but you can do it in your own kitchen without much trouble at all. If possible, have your fish monger gut and scale the fish before you bring

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Sauce Grenobloise & Crispy Skinned Salmon

Grenobloise — a classic French sauce made with lemon, parsley, capers and butter — is the perfect accompaniment for salmon, or pretty much any other fish you prefer! Remember that you’ll need to remove the scales from the skin before

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Sauce Beurre Blanc

A few months ago I posted a sneak peek over on Facebook of a new project I was working on… today I’m excited to start sharing it with you! I’ve recently shot a series of some of my favourite classic

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Pan Roasted Kingfish with Lemon, Caper and Crouton Butter Sauce

Kingfish a la grenobloise A classic French combination given an Aussie twist by using kingfish. It makes a really quick but classy main course for lunch or dinner. The delicious hiramasa (farmed kingfish from South Australia) we now have is

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How to Shuck Oysters – Cooking with Camp Quality

As a Camp Quality Supper Club at Home ambassador, Manu shows Camp Quality kids how to shuck oysters!

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Mussel and Saffron Pie from Manu’s French Kitchen

A delicious mussel & saffron pie from from Manu’s first book – Manu’s French Kitchen.

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