Soy, Chilli and Ginger Trout With A Summer Ragu Served with Vine Cherry Tomatoes

Soy, Chilli and Ginger Trout With A Summer Ragu

Ingredients for the Soy, Chilli and Ginger Trout With A Summer Ragu Marinade

Ingredients for the Soy, Chilli and Ginger Trout With A Summer Ragu Marinade

Ingredients for the Summer Ragu which accompanies our Soy, Chilli and Ginger Trout

Ingredients for the Summer Ragu which accompanies our Soy, Chilli and Ginger Trout

Trout Fillets the star of the Soy, Chilli and Ginger Trout With A Summer Ragu

Trout Fillets the star of the Soy, Chilli and Ginger Trout With A Summer Ragu

I’m a big fan of fish… as you’d probably noticed, I came up with this recipe because I had some left over Trout fillets, this is a great dish, really enjoyable and it gave me the opportunity to use a lot of left over vegetables.

Remember to check for bones when you are using fish, if you are not confident in skinning and boning either by skinless and boneless fish or ask your fishmonger to do it for you.

You could throw any vegetables into this Ragu if you wanted to I only had peppers, onions and courgettes but you could have used aubergines, carrots, celery or any vegetables you had at hand. I also used capers and gherkins because I had them there, they’re optional but I would use sesame seeds as they give it an extra crunch.  As you an see I’ve served it below with a vine of Cherry Tomatoes.

Soy, Chilli and Ginger Trout With A Summer Ragu Served with Vine Cherry Tomatoes

Soy, Chilli and Ginger Trout With A Summer Ragu Served with Vine Cherry Tomatoes

The timing of this recipe varies depending on individual cooking equipment. Times are merely a guideline.  You can download a full copy of the recipe by clicking here.

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Rant's Cod In Foil

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“Rant’s Cod in Foil” with Dauphinoise Potato followed by “Second Time Lucky” Tiramisu

For Mother’s Day, I cooked my mother a two course meal featuring “Rant’s Cod in Foil” served with my Dauphinoise Potato followed by my “Second Time Lucky” Tiramisu. If you’d like to make these dishes please feel free to download the step by clicking on the appropriate links .

Rant’s Cod in Foil with Dauphinoise Potato (Click Here To Download “Rant’s Cod In Foil” with Dauphinoise Potato)

Rant's Cod In Foil

Rant’s Cod In Foil

Sitting in work I was trying to decide what to make for my mother later that afternoon. I’ve cooked salmon in foil lots of times but, if I’m honest, I’ve not really cooked with white fish except in fish pies. So, struggling to think of something different and with no recipe books at hand, I asked my friend – this is where the Rant part of the title comes in.

Luckily, my best friend Rhian, whose nickname is Rant (to my Rave), was working with me that afternoon and she suggested this recipe. Thus the idea, and the name, of Rant’s Cod in Foil with Dauphinoise potato was born. I have to say, like with everything I do at Wheelie Good Meals this is my take on a Dauphinoise, I have been told it’s more like Boulangère potatoes – but what’s a potato dish between friends!

Second Time Lucky Tiramisu (Click here to download “Scond Time Lucky Tiramisu”)

Second Time Lucky Tiramisu

Second Time Lucky Tiramisu

For the dessert, I made what I affectionately call “Second Time Lucky” Tiramisu. Why second time lucky you ask? Well, it’s because the first time I ever made a Tiramisu I royally stuffed it up. I didn’t use this recipe, I used one from another well known chef who shall remain nameless, but this recipe is based on an interpretation of one by Gino D’Acampo. I chose to serve this as one large Tiramisu but you can serve it as smaller, individual ones in glasses.

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