In this recipe series, we bring you recipes by Julia Toon, culinary motivator and author of the book ‘Good Eating: A Taste of Qatar’. New recipes every week,
straight from Jules of the Kitchen.   

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Hello Everyone.

I am glad to see it is the main course recipe section for this week and I do hope my Kiwi Baked Fish is a crowd pleaser. I have also noticed that for the past few weeks the main course recipes have been pretty much meat based, so please let me share this week something for all fish lovers. 

This awesome baked fish recipe truly has Antipodean origins, as it was shared with me by a native New Zealander many moons ago when I had the privilege of living in that amazing country for 12 years or so in the early 1990’s. A country offering a wonderfully healthy lifestyle and the opportunity of course to catch your own fish easily on a daily basis. I particularly enjoyed this recipe using Red Snapper but of course now residing in the Middle East, the renowned Hamour can be used or even the tender fleshed Sultan Ibrahim but do be careful of the bones! If none of these are available then please use a firm white fish of your liking. 

#4 MARHABA image KIWI BAKED FISH Jules of the Kitchen JOTKPlease try this recipe as it really is extremely easy to make and bake, and only a mixed green salad  or green vegetable would be required to accompany it. With its delicious combination of fish, cheese, breadcrumb, fresh coriander and lemon, this awesome recipe not only offers great taste but all the components for good health as well. 

Finally, before I close STAY SAFE, STAY WELL and STAY COOKING.  

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Kiwi Baked Fish
Kiwi Baked Fish
Lemon Chicken with Olives
Lemon Chicken with Olives
Spaghetti with Spicy Meat sauce
Spaghetti with Spicy Meat sauce
Coriander Baked Hamour
Coriander Baked Hamour
Balsamic Steak
Balsamic Steak
Mousakka
Mousakka

Recipe Links

Lemon Chicken with Olives

Spaghetti with Spicy Meat Sauce

Coriander Baked Hamour

Balsamic Steak 

Kiwi Baked Fish