A beautiful and elegant dish. Serve as a starter, on a platter or just because a treat is in order.
I often create, this elegant dish for my girlfriends and I, when we don’t want to consume too many carbs, (because our wine intake won’t allow it!!) Or if my boys are popping round and want to load up on veggies with a meal containing a meaty fish. On a more serious note, this dish is great if you’re a diabetic or if carbs for tea isn’t always what you need. Gluten Free and bags of flavour.
Fresh, seasonal and so, so beautiful, this easy salad delivers with flavour, texture and punch, it’s also sophisticated on the plate. All the textures you require for a mouthwateringly delicious starter or light main for lunch.
If you are looking for a beautifully flavoured, simple but delicious dinner party plate this is it. You can prepare your cous cous in advance as the flavours intensify the longer you leave it and the salmon is just divine, pan fried. With a big tossed salad, white wine and friends, this is a meal with a little work and all the satisfaction.
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