Turtle Bay Preview Night Food Review

    Last night was their Norwich preview party, and although I am suffering this morning from sampling all their yummy cocktails, I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed myself! I got the opportunity to try a varied selection of food and drink, allowing my ‘no alcohol’ rule to slip a little bit…. Admittedly, I can’t write this review as a TRUE diner, though that … Continue reading Turtle Bay Preview Night Food Review

Feelin’ Hot! Hot! Hot!

Technology totally let me down tonight – So sorry for that! 😦 Turtle Bay will open on 30th August in Norwich. Their first restaurant in Norfolk will be bringing a brand new, blissful Caribbean dining and drinking experience to the people of Norwich!   Building up to their Norwich restaurant launch, I have been given the opportunity to take part in their launch party next … Continue reading Feelin’ Hot! Hot! Hot!

Making myself feel good, from the inside out.

I stand by ‘you are what you eat’, though of course I am also a great believer in ‘food is here to be enjoyed‘. I feel very sorry for the people that miss out on all the different flavours of the world, by spending half their time on diets, or ‘fads’. I think there is definitely sense in listening to your body.. I have been … Continue reading Making myself feel good, from the inside out.

Salmon Noodle Soup

Happy Tuesday!  Getting ready for ballet, just munched on this tho👌  salmon noodle soup! Ingredients: (1 person) Salmon fillet  1 x red chilli, chopped 2 x Spring onion, chopped 1 x nest of medium egg noodles  1 x veg or chicken stock (just enough to boil noodles) Broccoli  Method: Pre heat oven to 200 degrees Celsius. Place salmon into foil parcel and cook for 10 … Continue reading Salmon Noodle Soup

Salmon with chilli butter 🌺

Feeling the effects of the weekend, so have decided to eat light this week… Salmon, chilli butter and salad/carrots.. Served with scented candles and flowers 💜 Ingredients: Chilli purée Butter Salt Pepper Carrots Italian salad Method: Pre heat the oven at 200 degrees celcius. Mix the chilli purée and butter with a bit of seasoning (to taste). Cover the salmon fillet generously, and put into … Continue reading Salmon with chilli butter 🌺

Soya and ginger tuna, with homemade spring rolls 

Light, yummy and totally filling! Ingredients: Filo pastry sheets  1 x carrot, grated One good handful Beansprouts  2 x spring onion (more white, than green), sliced  1 heaped teaspoon, Chinese 5 spice (be sure to also season with salt and pepper, as no point when Spring rolls are cooked) 2 x Tuna steaks  Soy sauce Ginger  Salad to serve Method: Firstly we need to make … Continue reading Soya and ginger tuna, with homemade spring rolls 

Asian Tuna served on a Wholemeal waffle 

Ingredients: Tuna Steak Spring onions, sliced Carrots, roughly chopped Peppers, roughly chopped  Raw Cabbage, chopped Rocket leaves Peanuts/cashew nuts, crushed Soy sauce Chilli Garlic Honey For the waffle: 170g Whole Wheat Flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 25g sugar 1 large egg 340g lukewarm milk 74g melted butter or 67g vegetable oil How to make the waffles: Preheat the waffle maker. Whisk together … Continue reading Asian Tuna served on a Wholemeal waffle 

Pesto Salmon & Veg

Ingredients: Salmon fillet Basil pesto – please see next post for recipe. Carrots  Broccoli Cauliflower  Method: Create a foil parcel, and place the salmon fillet in the middle. Season with cracked salt and pepper, before adding a generous helping of pesto. Oven cook for around 10 mins at 180 degrees Celsius.  When the salmon has about 5 minutes left, boil the veg. Take the salmon … Continue reading Pesto Salmon & Veg