The complexity of the duck, marinated and slow-cooked, is perfectly balanced with fresh herbs, vegetables, and tofu in these summer rolls. The green herb sauce draws out these flavors while adding a whole other layer of deliciousness.
This fermented fish consommé gets its intense flavour from a rich bone broth and a liquor made from boiling fermented fish. The clear broth packs a flavour punch that is sure to create some photo-worthy facial expressions.
In Barcelona, a grilled eggplant flatbread would be known as coca. It’s also a close relative to the flatbread pizza. Adding XO sauce may not be typical of Catalan or Italian cuisine, but it works, adding complexity and heat.
Made some pizza bases? Ready to step up to a higher level? This focaccia is an easy and fun next step in bread making. With a satisfying crispy crust and moist, tasty crumb, this delicious bread goes great with soups and salads. Or, enjoy with a piece of prosciutto or canned sardines in olive oil.
Crispy potato waffles are a delight any time, but add the complexity of black sausage and a dab of crème fraîche and you have something worthy of savoring together with a good wine.
Salmon and avocado are one of those perfect matches. Whether salmon and avocado sushi or adding avocado to a salmon burger recipe such as this, the combination is divine!
These duck and herb springs rolls would be great with a wide range of sauces. With this very special dipping sauce, they are phenomenal.
Departing from the typical white wine-based sauce, these NZ green-lipped mussels are steamed in sake and miso. Sorry white wine – this is some serious competition!
When you crave New Zealand paua but can’t get any, what do you do? Tasmanian abalone is a very close relative of NZ paua. This sautéed abalone noodles recipe is a great way to get the best from this ocean delicacy. Using sautéed paua would be even better.