recipe for leftover salmon pasta

It’s a Sunday and you’ve decided against the usual chicken dinner. Instead, there’s a generous slab of the best farm-raised salmon money can buy in the oven (let’s not deplete fishing stocks). Naturally, you’ve prepared too much and there’s going to be leftovers. Leftover salmon, however, is a particularly versatile thing. You owe it to yourself to give this recipe for Leftover Salmon Pasta a whirl.

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Baked Fresh Sardines

Take a peek into our cupboards and you’ll almost always find one or two tins of sardines on stock. It’s a very versatile fish and particularly frugal from a tin. However, a certain something is lost in translation; fresh sardines are among my favourite fish. Oily and packed with flavour, they may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but Baked Fresh Sardines are a treat.

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Prawn Recipes

Prawns and frugal. Not two words you’ll often hear bungled into the same sentence. But there they are. And while this recipe may exist at the very edge of what I’d consider frugal, it is nonetheless a fantastic way to enjoy these tasty crustaceans without overspending. The key? As with any expensive ingredient, don’t consume too much. Savour the flavour of just a few.

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Traditional-Greek-Salad-Recipe

Forget the warmth, sunshine and shorts. If there’s one thing I’m made jealous of by visiting a Mediterranean country, it’s the beauty and flavour of its vegetables. Peppers, aubergines, cucumbers, tomatoes, onions; you name it – it’s bigger and better.

The tomatoes alone in countries like Greece and Spain almost force me to up roots. And it’s those ingredients that make the Traditional Greek Salad a dish best eaten abroad. Still, get your hands on some good quality native veggies and you’ll emerge from dinner happier than you went in.

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