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Confit of Salmon with Puy Lentils & Apple Salad

This is a really nice way to prepare fish – cooked at a (reasonably) consistent and low temperature, the fish will retain its texture and moisture. The fish is cooked in olive oil – the oil will hold its temperature reasonably well for the cooking process. Puy lentils are wonderful with this sort of dish – I’ve still got some pea shoots left and plenty of apples so the nutty lentils will work perfectly. I also add a twist of chilli flakes for a slight heat to the dish. Here’s what you’ll need to make┬áConfit Of Salmon With Puy Lentils...

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Salsa Verde

This is a great sauce to be able to knock out – it goes with so many different types of food – fish, lamb, chicken.. or maybe just bread dipped into it. Make it to your liking – if you like it strong on capers (like I do) add more capers. Here’s what you’ll need: 2 cloves garlic Fresh herbs – choose from Basil, Mint, Parsley, Tarragon – or all of them. The best extra virgin olive oil you can get 1 tablespoon capers 6 anchovy fillets Juice of a lemon Mustard – many recipes call for Dijon but I’m...

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