Flamed salmon

Flamed salmon

I am really not sure how well-known the dish flamed salmon is around the world, but flamed fish has belonged to the Finnish cuisine for ages. This is a dish where you cook the fish at a low temperature near the flames of a bonfire, grillfire or any other open fire. Especially salmon is a favoured fish, although all thick fleshy and oily fish can be prepared this very same way. Continue reading “Flamed salmon”

Oven baked salmon with garlic potato cakes

Oven baked salmon with garlic potato cakes

There is nothing very special to say about this fish, except that in all its simplicity it’s really tasty. This salmon is just an ordinary oven baked salmon, which is why it has been seasoned with sea salt and with plenty of black, green and rose peppers. Continue reading “Oven baked salmon with garlic potato cakes”

Food leftover delicacies

Food leftover delicacies

All kinds of half-used foods not to mention leftovers are generally found in the depths of anyone’s fridge, but there is no point to throw them away on the spot. Just like you sometimes do not use all parts of the ingredients needed for a dish, the remains can be worth using in other dishes. In other words, like the title says, you can make food leftover delicacies. Continue reading “Food leftover delicacies”

Pasta sauce with chicken, melon and prawns

Pasta sauce with chicken, melon and prawns

That big, fat fellow called Piel de Sapo was calling out from our fridge: “Please, try me! Try to use me in some other way, not only in your salads!” Why not, I thought, and because this melon variety isn’t too sweet and the texture is very solid, so baking or simmering it shouldn’t be a problem. Continue reading “Pasta sauce with chicken, melon and prawns”