• Margarita Fish and Crushed Potatoes - Recipe

    What you’ll need…

    What you’ll do…

    1) Slice the lime, chop the coriander and stuff in to the fish.

    2) Lightly oil the skin and season well with the drunken one on both sides.  Wrap in greaseproof paper like it’s grandma’s xmas gift.

    3) Place the pre-boiled potatoes on a roasting tray and crush lightly with a fork or masher.  Drizzle in oil, season and pop them in a preheated oven at 180°C for 15 minutes.

    4) Bang your fish parcel in the oven for 15 minutes or until fully cooked. Flash under a nice hot grill to crisp that skin right up.

    5) Serve with the potatoes and whatever else floats your boat; but you can’t beat a good tomato salad if you ask me


    Why not try…

    If you don’t want to use a whole fish, just sit a fish fillet on a bed of lime and coriander and season the whole thing with the drunken one. Then all you need to do is wrap it up and adjust your cooking time to suit.


  • Simple Salt and Pepper Chips - Recipe

    Salt and Pepper seasoning is a modern day classic; it's an incredibly popular flavour, and the best part is, it works on everything! Whether you're adding flavour to your chicken or ribs, spicing up some tofu, or adding some zing to your veggies (salt and pepper corn on the cob anyone?), this seasoning is so versatile it's no wonder it's a firm favourite.

    If you've never cooked with this seasoning before, but love the way your local 


    What you’ll need…

    What you’ll do…

    1) Cook your preferred chips however you normally do
    2) Finely dice the onion, pepper, chilli and garlic
    2) Fry them all lightly in the oil and add two generous pinches of your salt and pepper seasoning
    4) Add the seasoned veg mix to the chips and combine thoroughly
    5) Sprinkle another big pinch of seasoning over your chips and enjoy!


    Why not try…
    Using pork or seafood or chicken, instead of chips!