- Cut salmon fillets into cubes
- Cut courgette into coin shape slices
- Mix curry paste (I didn't have any so I mixed curry powder with a squeeze of tomato puree and a squirt of lemon juice) with yogurt (I used a 0% fat Greek yogurt called Fage)
- Coat the salmon cubes with the curry mix
- Thread alternate salmon cubes and courgette slices onto skewers
- Grill for around 15 minutes, until salmon is cooked and crispy on the outside
I served this with a hot lemon, chive, potato and broad bean salad.
It was rated a hit by my lord and master.
Thank God it was a hit with his lordship. I can only imagine how violent he becomes when the food you provide does not please him. At least yesterday evening you avoided his bamboo cane.ReplyDelete
It was just the velvet handcuffs yesterday evening YPDelete
Was it followed with G and T's on the patio? We're on beef Chilli Con Carne for tea tonight. "Spice up your life." That's what the Spice Girls said.ReplyDelete
The G&T came first but we had a NZ Sauvignon Blanc with it.Delete
How was your spicy evening?
We had BLTs and Portuguese white wine and some Guinness. Not altogether though. It's spice night tonight.Delete
Oops, yes. I read too quickly!Delete
Sounds good. I take the magazine so might be in next months. I have everything in for the recipe - might give it a try after I have tried the Fishy Pasta (wasn't that your post too?)ReplyDelete
Yes it was. I seem to be obsessed by food!Delete
You've reminded me of Shirley Valentine now, when Pauline Collins give Bernard Hill egg and chips and he complains that it is supposed to be steak on a Thursday. She had given the steak to a neighbours dog because the owner was vegetarian and she felt sorry for it.ReplyDelete
Chips and egg. Hello, wall. No wonder she ran off to a Greek island.Delete
One of my other favourite bits is when she looks at the camera and says "I'm driving the boat".Delete
Mine was where she says "I think sex is like supermarkets, you know, overrated. Just a lot of pushing and shoving and you still come out with very little at the end."Delete
Oh, yum! I must watch Shirley Valentine again, I forget all these good lines.ReplyDelete
It was a very cleverly written play / film.Delete
This sounds delish, especially that salad, and I love the way you made up that curry paste. You're a natural in the kitchen!ReplyDelete
Hugs, Mary x.
That sounds really good; I love salmon, courgettes and curry so it's bound to go down well with me!ReplyDelete