This is a recipe supplied by a reader and it looks delish. What’s more, if you are following the slimming world diet, this recipe is COMPLETELY syn free! 🎉
Wild Salmon Risotto- serves about 4.
2 cups of rice (wholemeal)
400g Salmon Fillet (works out at about 2 large fillets)
1 tbsp ginger (i bought the Asda easy ginger)
1 tbsp garlic (I bought the Lazy Garlic from Asda)
1 tbsp chopped red chilli (Again, i bought pre chopped chilli)
3 x limes
150mls light soy sauce
wrap the salmon fillets in tin foil, season with salt and pepper and bake in the oven for 30 mins at 200 (or until cooked through).
Sauce & Rice:
In a measuring jug, mix together the soy sauce, ginger, garlic, chopped chilli and the juice of all three limes.
When the salmon is cooked, remove the foil and the skin. Flake into large chunks and pour in half of the sauce. Leave to marinate for 20 mins while you cook the rice.
When the rice has boiled, drain and add in the salmon. Pour in the remaining sauce, mix and sprinkle with chives.
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This is a delicious and really easy soup to make. Prep time is about 5 minutes and cook time is about 21 minutes. I use a soup maker machine, but a pressure cooker would work just as well.
10 x tomatos
2 x red peppers
1 x red onion
2 x ham stock cubes
A pinch of salt & pepper
Rough chop the veg and add to the soup maker.
Add in 1 cup of boiling water and the crumbled ham stock cubes.
set for 21 minutes and relax. The soup maker cooks and blends on the ‘smooth’ setting.
This soup made 4 good sized bowls. I bought the ingredients from Lidl (already had the stock cubes n my store cupboard). All together the cost was;
Onions £0.20 (roughly as bought in a bag)
Red peppers £0.98
Total= £1.97 ( roughly 50p a bowl!)
I served this with a loaf of crusty tiger bead!
I’m not going to lie, when I first heard about a slow cooker a few years ago I didn’t really fancy the idea. The prep required, the thought of leaving it on for so long and the cleaning up at the end.
Well some things don’t change, as much as I LOVE my slow cooker now, the cleaning up at the end sends shivers down my spine. Because of the role it plays in the cooking process, the contents inevitably seems to get stuck and ingrained on the inside ceramic pot. My usual practise post cook was- steep, wipe, dishwasher and the scrub. What a faff!
Well, I (through friend recommendation) have now found an absolute life saver. Its called a slow cooker liner. This marvellous creation takes all the hassle out of cleaning. In fact it almost completely eliminates the needs to clean it at all. Place your liner in the slow cooker, add the ingredients, cook, serve, wait for the remaining contents to cool and then remove the liner and bin!
I buy these at Home bargains for less than a £1. However, if yours doesn’t stock them or you don’t have a HB near you then you can also buy them here at Amazon Slow Cooker Liners
You can thank me later!