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Sea food pasta

Here is yet again a very simple recipe to make, it has a very big WOW factor, which is always good. I went the easy way by using frozen sea food mix but you could use fresh if you prefer, it’ll just be a little longer to cook!

Mini tuna and potatoes quiches

Individual portion of quiches for starter or as a light dinner. You can make a big batch and keep it refrigerated in an air tight container so it won’t dry out. These ones are made with tuna, potatoes and thyme. A very yummy combo.

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Lemon and garlic grilled sardines

Oh the sweet memories of Portugal… The smell of sardines grilling in the inner courtyards or on the sidewalk, the crispiness of the skin and the delicate flavor of the flesh!

Spring rolls with peanut butter dipping sauce

Spring rolls are so refreshing but it kinda takes some time but once you master the folding part, it all goes pretty quick.

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Zesty poke bowls

[http://travel-and-food.com/2017/08/poke-bowls-acidules/thumbnail-53/] They are raging on every food blog I come across. Freshly delivered from Hawaii: everyone seem to have a Poke bowls recipe to offer. So do I. Not one bit authentic I know but just so good you’ll forgive me. [http://travel-and-food.com/2017/08/poke-bowls-acidules/poke2/] I’ve not been too adventurous on this one though, I must admit. I stayed on the well-known path of food and ingredients that pair well together. With a l