Mediterranean-style baked snapper – Fish

The fish you will use for this is Red Snapper… the translation of “dentice” really has no meaning, but that it means fresh fish steak indicated I believe. And, for that matter, I think you might also be able to get away with halibut steaks in place of snapper, if you prefer a sturdier fish.


Mediterranean-style baked snapper – Fish

Pan fried Sea bass, wild rice, griddled Pak Choi & curry sauce

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Yes that’s right curry sauce. Your probably thinking, Ryan really… Well yes I haven’t lost my mind.Firstly welcome back to the hungry chef it’s been a busy month for myself, I’ve been rather busy cooking, blogging & organising and I just wanted to share this dish with you, which is my take on a refined fish curry. Some will say it isn’t refined, it’s pretty hard to refine something that doesn’t need refining, have you ever tried plating a curry?..You get my point. Anyway let’s begin. For this curry you’ll need


  • 2 sea bass – from whole. ( challenge yourself and prep the fish from whole) if not 2 fillets will do
  • 500g wild rice
  • 1 small can coconut milk
  • 2 star anise
  • 4 tbsp turmeric
  • 1 stick lemon grass
  • 1 small nob of ginger
  • 2 pieces of garlic
  • 1 whole onion – fine dice
  • 1 red chilli
  • 1…

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Homemade turmeric buns with parma ham, Avocardo, heritage tomatoes & cos lettuce.

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Welcome back to the hungry chef, today we wanted to share some more bread with you and other the coming weeks share a lot more with you. Which takes us to these Tumeric buns…

Bread, I love bread you get a real sense of pride from making your own bread, from dough to finished product I personally think there is no better feeling, on the Weekend I was preparing a simple lunch for me and my partner and wanted to share with you these bright and simple buns. Doesn’t take long around 1 hour proving, 10 minutes shaping with another 30 minute prove again…

So let’s begin.. For the Tumeric buns you will need

  • 500g white bread flour
  • 7g of fresh yeast
  • 300ml lukewarm water
  • 10g salt
  • 4 heaped Tbsp of Tumeric

Comine the flour, Tumeric & salt together

add the yeast to the lukewarm water until it becomes foamy.

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Taco night,Avocardo & rump steak tacos with chimichurri sauce.

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The summer is finally here and if you’ve been enjoying the weather like we have here in the U.K then you may want to have an awesome snack before your night out. Or even have a taco night in..

Hence the avocardo & rump steak tacos. Quick and easy and very tasty with a delicious avocardo chimichurri sauce to go with it

Chimichurri means ” a mix of ingredients in no particular order” the ingredients vary depending on where you are in the world but the result is the same. You can get different colours of chimichurri but can the end result is a delicious green sauce.

Rump steak is a favourite of mine so I chose to use it for these tacos. I wasn’t a keen lover of avocardo I thought it was a plain and boring ingredients and didn’t see the hype about it. But after I made…

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Tahini Dressed Veggies


It’s time for another vegetarian dish! I, usually eat a balanced meal, so even though many of my posts are of meat, chicken or fish, I do eat a lot of raw vegetables with it to balance it out. With this dish, however, it is a medley of vegetables and spices served with the soft Iraqi samoon or flatbread (can use pita bread as well) and some tahini sauce (grounded sesame paste). Tahini usually goes great with meat and chicken and of course, Hummus! I have been eating tahini since I was a kid. When hummus was not an option, I used to mix tahini and mayo and eat it with everything. This was probably one of the few times I paired tahini with only vegetables and I wasn’t disappointed. The flavors were amazing and the combinations really tasty. The almonds give the much needed crunch. Who needs meat, when…

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