Pad Thai

This recipe is actually not mine. I learned it during a trip through the most beautiful Thiland last year. While being in Chiang Mai I signed up to a cookig course with the Baan Farm Thai Cooking School. An absolute must if you are a fan of Thai cuisine. and perfect opportunity to get someContinue reading “Pad Thai”

Mediterranean Pulpo Poké

Poké is not only Asian or to be more precise Hawaiian. We Meditteraneans can also have our variation with the best of our ingredients. Check it out. What you need (serves 2) 2 scoops rice 1 handful ruccola salad 1 tomato 4 dried tomatoes 1/2 mango 1 avocado 3 pulpo (octopus) legs 1 lemon 4Continue reading “Mediterranean Pulpo Poké”

Garlic Parsley Squid

Oh yeah! Another charcoal recipe for finishing up the summer and making a last use of the BBQ. What you need (serves 2) 2 squids Handful parsley 35 ml olive oil 1 dent garlic How you do it Clean and wash out thoroughly squid ad reserve. Chop parsely and garlic. Blend it with the oliveContinue reading “Garlic Parsley Squid”

Salmon Tataki Poke Bowl

Need some last minute Good Friday fish recipe? And it should be super-healthy with a lot of proteins and vitamins? How about some super trendy Salmon Tataki Poké Bowl? A ‘non-christian’ dish that makes you fulfill a Christianity obligations for Good Friday. What you need (serves 1) 1 salmon loin (aprox 100g) 1/8 red cabbageContinue reading “Salmon Tataki Poke Bowl”

Marinated Salmon

Now definitely we go for some healthier and protein-rich stuff. Marinated salmon with some delicious goat milk yoghurt. Not only tasty but also rich in proteins. What you need (serves 4) 4 salmon loins 1 cup goat milk yoghurt 1 handful dill 1 handful cilantro salt/pepper How you do it Wash, rinse, and chop theContinue reading “Marinated Salmon”

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”

Gambas al Xerez

Gambas al what??? Traditional garlic shrimps are usually made with white wine. Here we added a little twist by using another traditional Spanish beverage coming from the southern Spanish region of Jerez in Cadiz. What you need (serves 2) 300g shrimps 2 dents garlic 30 ml Xerez 4 spoon olive oil salt 1/2 teaspoon chiliContinue reading “Gambas al Xerez”

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”