Pan seared sashimi grade tuna drizzled in a refreshing ginger ponzu sauce and finish off with sesame seeds, this recipe is a delicious treat for seafood lovers. It’s easy to make at home too.
A very elegant dish to impress your friends.
Tuna steaks are topped with an unusual sweet and tangy salsa.
Anything raw or 'crudo' needs to have three basic elements - salt, oil & acidity. As long as you have each element in the dish, you can be as creative as you like.
Great for that important cocktail party.
The secret to a good turkey flavour is quinoa, which adds wonderful texture and is much nuttier than breadcrumbs.
Serving these in a jar makes it a fun experience and helps you to control the portion size. Simply reheat right in the jar and you have a portable Italian meal on the go!
Try this turkey breast wrapped in puffed pastry, that could be served also as a tasty main course.
Weeknights turn elegant when these short-prep roulades with familiar ingredients are on the menu. Not a fan of turkey? Substitute lightly pounded chicken breasts.
A simple method for making turkey soup. Simmer turkey bones with onion, carrots, celery, and herbs for a tasty broth. Just add chopped leftover turkey meat and the soup is ready.
It is always incredibly juicy and succulent with plenty of left-overs for later meals.
A mouth-watering Christmas dish but remember that it is important to stuff the turkey just before cooking to avoid harmful bacteria forming.
Just the thing for a cold winters' day.
A simple one-pot dinner that's low calorie, low carb, paleo, gluten-free and takes just 10 minutes to make. Serve immediately or store in the refrigerator up to 3 days.
This recipe is a way to lighten up the original dish and a great way to use up leftover turkey! Serve over egg noodles.