Recipe Cor­ner:

In case you’re stuck in a recipe rut this month, here are some fail-safe favourites to add to your reper­toire. Happy cook­ing and eat­ing! “It’s so easy, so de­li­cious and so good for you!”

Expat Living (Singapore) - - Contents - Re­becca For­wood Founder of The Fish­wives

Fail-safe favourites to add to your reper­toire

In­gre­di­ents or thawed) • 2 por­tions Akaroa salmon (fresh • 2 ta­ble­spoons lemon juice of soy sauce with lit­tle or no wheat) • 1½ ta­ble­spoons Tamari (a va­ri­ety • 1 ta­ble­spoon honey • Salt and pep­per and white) • 2 tea­spoons sesame seeds (black • 2 ta­ble­spoons olive oil or but­ter

In­struc­tions and honey, and brush over the 1. Com­bine the lemon juice, Tamari salmon; sea­son with salt and pep­per. stick fr ying pan. Lightly toast the 2. Heat olive oil or but­ter in a non- re­move from heat. Re­turn the pan sesame seeds un­til golden, then skin-side down for thr ee to four to the heat and cook the salmon and sides un­til cooked to your min­utes, then flip and sear the top lik­ing. and mi­cro­greens. 3. Scat­ter with toasted sesame seeds even pasta salad. 4. Serve with rice and veg­gies, or

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