October 2, 2015
With its delicate flavour this meal sits beautifully on the family meal table and would be equally well received by dinner guests.
It is simple to make in a short period of time which also makes it a great addition to the weekly menu. Last week I collected the final harvest of our garden peas. The plants have been removed to make way for new spring vegetables that are going into the garden beds this weekend. The fresh peas and warm spring sunshine inspired this dish. Fish features more often on our family meal table as the weather warms. The freshness of both appealed to me after collecting this beautiful early spring harvest.
The serve size of this meal is suitable for 2 adults and 2 small children.
This dish works best if you use a meaty fish so that it doesn’t dissolve in the liquid when you are cooking it. Snapper was easy to cut into decent sized cubes.
I wanted the fresh garden peas to retain their crisp freshness thus cooked then for a very short period of time. If you are using frozen peas use your judgement and allow them to simmer for a suitable period of time.
Have a wonderful weekend, it is going to be glorious weather. We will be in the vegetable garden planting more spring vegetables and maybe starting some summer preparation. If you are yet to take a look at the newly launched Kitchen Garden Box please take the time to do so. It is designed to help you plant, grow and enjoy your fresh garden harvests over each of the seasons in the year. It removes the guess work from growing a vegetable garden.
The many families who have already purchased theirs have their seedlings being planted in their gardens now. Get started while the weather is lovely and mild. Enjoy your time outside in the vegetable garden this weekend.
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