Arab-Thai Fishcakes

Can you fuse Arabian and Thai styled food? Well at The Chef Cat we tried this experiment and it worked quite well. What you need (serves 2) 125g fresh salmon loin 125g fresh tuna loin 2 medium eggs 2 cups cooked chickpeas 1 spoon sesame oil 1 teaspoon thai chili powder handful cilantro 2 spoonsContinue reading “Arab-Thai Fishcakes”

Charcoal Grilled Sea Bass

Looking for another creative way to get some proteins into your body. Well try something Preuvian. Although it is not a traditional recipe, the salmon version is totally inspired by it. What you need (serves 1) 1 Sea bass 2 slices of orange sea salt olive oil How you do it Make sure that theContinue reading “Charcoal Grilled Sea Bass”

Salmon Ceviche

Looking for another creative way to get some proteins into your body. Well try something Preuvian. Although it is not a traditional recipe, the salmon version is totally inspired by it. What you need (serves 4) 400g fresh salmon 6 limes 1 cup cherry juice 1/2 onion 1 ginger root 1 spoon white ground pepperContinue reading “Salmon Ceviche”

Tuna Olive Empanadas

A traditional Spanish dish for easter or ar an all-year dish from Argentina. You can choose either right. This dish was inspired by a close friend from Argentina, who shared his culture with me all along. Thanks Ariel! What you need (for 4 empanadas) 4 small sized empanada doughs (make them yourself or buy itContinue reading “Tuna Olive Empanadas”

Creamy Seafood Chowder

The cold months containing an ‘R’ in their spelling (like January or February) are said to be the best ones for seafood. It seem like that shrimps, crabs, etc grow best in colder waters and that is why you should take advantage to have some of those in he cold season. Preferrably in a hotContinue reading “Creamy Seafood Chowder”

Saffron Shrimps’n’Rice

So finally 2018 is here. All those food orgies are finally over. Time to go back to some healthier dishes and start losing all thos extra holiday season pounds. To start right off let’s get our proteins ups and some easy-to-digest energy for the gym. So check out this Shrimps’n’rice. What you need (for 8Continue reading “Saffron Shrimps’n’Rice”

Grilled Sardines

Sardines are quite a polarising topic. Either you love them or you hate them. Some love the salty sea flavour other just think that when grilling sardines they smell terribly and taste even worse. I consider myself to lucky first group that sardines quite a lot. In Spain 40-50 years ago sardines were considered fishContinue reading “Grilled Sardines”

Charcoal Salmon

Yessss! The temperatures are over 28 degrees so it is time for some BBQ. First on the docket some salmon. Salmon is quite easy to make, super delicious, and just perfect to maintain the bikini-shape for the summer. (BTW: if you do not have a BBQ or the weather is not working on your sideContinue reading “Charcoal Salmon”

Ceviche

Spring time is right in. Temperatures are rising, days are getting longer, and most beautiful trees and flowers are blossoming. In fact this weekend in almost every corner of the northern hemisphere the cherry trees are in full flower and invite us to pick nick beneath them. So are you looking for some fancy pickContinue reading “Ceviche”

Whitewine Hake Spaghetti

So the summer is breaking through in Barcelona. This why we are keeping up with some fish dishes here’s the next recipe featuring some hake. Easy to do What you need (2 portions) 200g hake 1/4 fresh onion 2 dents garlic 3 spoons olive oil 1/2 cup white wine 1/2 red bell pepper 1/2 teaspoon chili powderContinue reading “Whitewine Hake Spaghetti”