In her latest blog post for The Big Prawn Company, food blogger, Claire Partridge shines a spotlight on the Scottish celebration of St Andrews day and why it doesn’t all need to be kilts and haggis. … Read More »
Risotto might seem like a tricky dish to master, but with this recipe, we’re sure it’ll become a new favourite! Try something different with this crayfish, rocket, and dill risotto. Serves 4 30 mins Difficulty: Medium … Read More »
Does it get any fancier than lobster with hollandaise sauce? It might sound daunting to make, but this recipe will help you step by step to really impress. Serves 2 25 mins Difficulty: Tricky Ingredients 1 … Read More »
Food Bloggers, The Gills Gals, provide top tips for shopping, storing, cooking and enjoying seafood easily for one. When we started our blog, The Gills Gals, a lot of people said that seafood was either too … Read More »
Traditionally, aioli is made with lots of garlic and extra virgin olive oil, however, this version is lighter and zestier with lemon flavour. It’s the perfect accompaniment to crab claws. Serves 2 20 mins Difficulty: Medium … Read More »
This sandwich is the perfect hint at the classic Fish & Chips, however, healthier and even tastier with fresh vegetables. Serves 2 20 mins Difficulty: Medium Ingredients 200g fresh cod loin4 asparagus spears1 beef tomato, sliced2 … Read More »
For a delicious and Asian-inspired squid dish with a touch of chilli, this recipe is perfect. The trick for this fresh recipe is not overcooking the squid. Serves 2 30 minutes Difficulty: Medium Ingredients 190g … Read More »
This quick and easy seafood dinner is a great choice for a weekday dish. Ready in no time, you can enjoy asian flavours in a stir fry style mussel dish.
Cooking scallops may seem daunting but this easy recipe celebrates simple flavours without being too much hassle. It’s the ideal dish to impress with no stress.