This is an absolute simple salad that can be whipped up quickly for guests, or for yourself. While basil, garlic and tomatoes are the standard flavour combinations for a yummy dish, adding prawns makes it indulgent.
When the Spanish visit their bars for some drinks and tapas, this is one of the most simplest of tapas that they have. It’s like a take on fries. The Salsa Brava is a spiced tomato sauce which is very versatile.
With lower temperatures and the constant raining, I like sitting with a nice hot of soup. If the soup is spicy and filled with an assortment of seafood (add what you like), the I think it definitely hits the spot.
Ever wondered what to do with leftover broiled/grilled chicken? Well, I make salad. For this recipe, I used leftover bell peppers and lettuce with a honey-mayonnaise dressing. The salad is tasty and feel free to give your own twist to it by adding your preference of vegetables.
I love a good curry; and when it is made from mangoes, then I end up licking the plate and fingers. The mangoes adds a fruity and wholesome flavour to the dish and caramelises and blends well with the spices to compliment the meat. Can make this with beef too!