The speedy cooking of prawns (shrimps) lends itself to quicker meals. If you want to make an evening that little bit special, serve with rice or naan breads, poppadoms, raita, and your favourite chutneys.
These meat sandwiches are an American classic. Featuring that well-known barbecue flavour, which is characteristic of many staple dishes from the US, Sloppy Joes are a great crowd-pleaser.
This Sicilian dish is traditionally made using fresh tuna, but ultra-fresh kahawai is equally as delicious.
There are so many good things about this recipe – one being that you don’t even need to buy the skewers! Delicious straight from the barbecue with slices of fresh sourdough and a side salad.
That most Kiwi of summer dishes – freshly-caught fish. If you’re lucky enough to have caught your own firm white fish (snapper, terakihi, and trevally are all fantastic), this is a dinner winner – even for the tricky customers! The secret to this dish’s success is to have all your ingredients ready, as once the fish is cooking, dinner’s just five minutes away.
Make the most of asparagus season with this simple dish that combines the subtle oils of fresh salmon with the crunch of asparagus, all held together with a zesty lemon butter. And the best bit? Each portion is wrapped in tin foil, making cleaning up a breeze!