One day I found a really fresh Hake which was caught from Newlyn.
How can I resist it?
I prepared the steak for filleting and then, I made use of remained big born for making a fish broth.
I boiled this slim beauty with a leek, garlic & Sea salt for a few minutes until it's Umami came out.
This broth was so flavourful that I didn't need any artificial seasoning at all.
Meanwhile I cooked Hake with garlicy bread crumbs which was leftover of my sushi making night on the day before.
The best matching with the tender Hake meat & crispy garlic bread crumbs!
And I finally assembled all elements, Sushi Burger Rice pate, Cress, Avocado, Hake and Teriyaki sauce.
My children really loved their small size one too.
The Chinese corn soup which was based on the hake broth was speechlessly delightful taste.
Aww Mr Hake totally healed me in this middle day of a week.
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend.
This season has come...it's SUMMER HOLIDAYS!
Anyway, it means I should enjoy to spend a time with my lovely cheeky children.
(I Initially have to say "I love it!" :) )
I'm really lucky to live such a beautiful ideal place for children.
I brought my children to a beach as always on this day.
We enjoyed really fresh oysters & Crab meat @Ostraca Pop Up Seafood Bar at Carlyon Beach.
We totally loved them!
After these feast, I rushed a cook for their dinner.
Aglio, Olio e Peperoncino & Rillettes Smoked Cornish Mackerel.
By adding Fish sauce and Coriander instead of parsley & Salt, their taste was absolutely changed to Asian flavour.
Also the children loved this!
I love Friday Night.
I love smiles of my beloved.
(And love this my own Strawberry Gin...Sheee!)
I really hope you have a lovely weekend as always.
Vibrant colours have been bursting in this beautiful Cornwall.
Here and there.
They all are edible plants in my garden.
These little gems give me fruitful inspiration about cookings and make my day everyday.
On one evening after enjoying the sunshine with my children all day long,
I chose their favourite dish for their dinner.
Yuzukosho Cream Spaghetti - Salmon, King Prawn, Spinach
Yuzukosho, a typical Japanese chilli seasoning, contains Yuzu, Chilli peppers and salt.
This paste itself has a strong flavour (even more than Wasabi!) but is marvellously matching with Cream.
Once they tackle together, that's a miraculously hidden flavour!
Do you fancy try this flavour?
You would be able to taste this magic here: Sushi Night
I hope you all have a splendid day tomorrow too.