#SundaySupper: Valentine’s Recipe For Two

Oh, #SundaySupper.

You make me happy every week.

A new treat challenge and an excuse to try something totally new.

Have you met the creator?  Isabel over at ‘Family Foodie’ is the powerhouse.  She reminds me of a dirvish.

This week’s hostess is Susan from ‘Little Red Kitchen’ and is just a total love.

Which is what we’re focusing on this week.  Perfect little recipes for two.

DH and I had a surprise couple of hours together and we took the opportunity to just-chat.

Langourous talk about what we wanted to do in the future.  Chatting about friends, maybe a party to be thrown for no reason at all…you know, the way that you talk to your best friend.

I had a couple of filets of salmon defrosting in the fridge and we wanted a bit of spice so I took five minutes while he sat with me and whipped up salmon pakora.

Flour mixed with spice, sea salt and a bit of water makes the most delicious batter.  
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The salmon filets got sliced into chunks and dredged through before, 

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being briefly fried in oil.

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Quick, golden and beautiful.

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Perfect with a bit of chutney on the side and your best friend.  Need a chutney recipe?  Here you go.

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#SundaySupper: Salmon Pakora
 
Ingredients
  • 2 filet salmon (cut into 2 inch chunks)
  • Batter:
  • 1½ cup flour
  • 2 tsp mustard seeds
  • 1 T tumeric
  • 2 tsp curry powder
  • pinch sea salt
  • up to 6 oz water
  • oil for frying
Instructions
  1. Mix batter ingredients together to form a batter the same consistency that you'd have for pancakes. Heat canola or vegetable oil (3 inches worth) to 350 degrees. Fry (don't crowd the pan) dredged salmon chunks until just golden and serve with chutney.

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