About this recipe: This dish is a simple dish that is adaptable healthy and so quick to make. If you're a veggie it's good without the fish. A colourful summer meal for two, best followed by a cold crisp glass of white wine to dazzle those taste buds.
Just a sprinkle of sugar on your tomatoes can smooth out the acidity near the end of cooking.
had breaded pollock, fresh cut nero di toscana kale and mushrooms so thought I would try the kale side of this served with the fish and anya potatoes instead of pasta. kale (washed, sliced and gone over to remove the thick central stem ribs); mushrooms torn to size, 1/2 tsp lazy red chilli from the jar, 3 garlic, 1/2 cooking onion all stir fried in olive oil. Taste of mushrooms was overwelmed. The chilli gave it an interesting kick which makes me thick it will be good with pork. I imagine the tomatoes would add colour that would look good with pasta. Too late in year for basil (which I am not particularly fond of anyway). I have reservations about the concept of basil and kale together. Good to have a new way of cooking drained kale. Drying it is a pain so thank you for the recipe. I will def. do this again. Aside note on xmas potatoes. Jury is out. I put sprouting anya in a pot in September. Moved pot into greenhouse after clearing the tomatoes mid October. Yield:- low; taste:- below normal Anya standard; quality:- slightly squishy. Possibly inedible by xmas. IMHO xmas potato are humbug unless very mild (which it is this year) and greenhouse kept above 8degree c - which is not going to happen on my heating bill :o). Try again:- for free-certainly. - 10 Dec 2015