When we saw some beautiful bream fillets at the fish shop I knew what I wanted to cook.
My brother, knowing I love farmers markets, saw this cookbook and bought it for me.
It is such a simple recipe using fresh ingredients.
The potato is boiled, cooled, sliced and arranged on four oiled filo pastry sheets.
Top with baby spinach and your fillet of fish.
Wrap up into a parcel and bake for 20 minutes.
The pastry was so flakey and the fish moist and delicious.
All it needed was a lemon sauce - next time I will make one!
The plum charlottes are also in the book. The dariole moulds are lined with butter and sugar followed by bread dipped in butter - no not a healthy recipe.
The filling was plum cooked with some cinnamon and once cool mixed with a little ground almonds. Top with a round of bread and bake for 25 minutes.
What a amazing result for a simple dessert.
Surrounded by a pool of cream it was so crunchy and delicious on the outside,
and the plums that oozed from the inside were perfect.