#COOKBLOGSHARE WEEK #48 PLUS 3 FANTASTIC FISH RECIPES
Welcome to another #CookBlogShare link party, where we share recipes, comment on each other’s cooking creations and generally immerse ourselves in the world of gastronomy! Thank you to everyone who shared their recipe with us last week.
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Well, we’ve had a Halloween theme and a Bonfire Night theme so I suppose the next big event in the food calendar would be Christmas. That may be the case but I think there is still plenty of time to showcase Christmas recipes (it’s November after all!) so this week I went with a theme that particularly stood out for me – fish recipes! Fish is healthy, delicious, cooks very quickly and I wish I ate more of it! If you, like me, need a little more fish inspiration in your everyday cooking take a look at these 3 Fantastic Fish Recipes I featured this week:
The inspiration for Jhuls’ exotic Kalabasa Soup with Dried Fish comes all the way from the Philippines. This hearty stew-like soup is full of wonderful sweet and salty flavours and, if I am correct in my calculations, takes only about 15 minutes to cook! Dried fish is something I don’t know much about but there is an international deli with a good selection of Filipino foods not far from my house and I really hope they sell dried fish!
Joshi Cooks shared her delicious recipe for Homemade Fishcakes, which are a fantastic mid-week dinner idea – you don’t need very many ingredients and you certainly don’t need to spend a lot of time in the kitchen to prepare delicious fishcakes a whole family will love. What’s more, these fishcakes freeze well so if you make a big batch you can enjoy them later too!
Anna from Once Upon A Food Blog shared her Baked Tagliatelle with Smoked Salmon and Gruyere, which is another fantastic mid-week dinner idea. I don’t think anyone needs convincing that one pot dishes makes the best fuss free meals especially if they only take 15 minutes to cook! What I also really like about Anna’s recipe is the fact that her creamy white sauce is quite low in fat, so the dish is not only delicious but healthy too.
Thank you again for sharing your delicious recipes with #CookBlogShare! I am looking forward to seeing what you’ve been making recently so join the party and link up your creations!
Your host next week will be Eb@Easy Peasy Foodie.
#COOKBLOGSHARE WEEK #48:
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