Israelis use completely different names for fish to those I’m used to so I thought a wee table would help.
Yummy. A delight I picked up when eating at the Haviv household. Traditionally these are served in a Fricasse, i.e. fried bread, but the more health conscious serve inside a baguette or roll.
Sushi is rice with vinegar – and usually something tasty as well. I’ve tried it a few times and found it quite simple really. Galit doesn’t like sea food and likes the seaweed rolls (i.e. sushi in a seaweed wrapping) so that’s what I make. I’ve based the proportions on a 500 gram packet of ...
Sarah described this as “Yum Yum Yum!!!”
Solid. A good simple, filling and quick meal.
Jane and Dave had similar recipes for fish with pasta. Both simple, fast, filling. This is a combination of the recipes they used plus a few tweaks of my own.
I stayed with Sue and Sean for a while and Sue served up a delightful range of dishes. This is an example of one of Sue’s dishes. Healthy and tasty. X
Another fish with cheese offering from Sue. This time with a lemon flavour.
I like the idea of fish with a salsa. Swashbucklers, my favourite Friday night haunt in Auckland, did a great Tuna steak with an Avocado Salsa. Delicious and even tastier because we then followed up with a night of Salsa dancing. The recipe below is similar to what Swashbucklers served up. I flatted with a ...