I've had a lot of emails recently about basa fish.
What is it, where does it come from, how clean are the rivers and is it safe to eat?
Well, it kind of worried me too and so I researched it and covered it in my blog:-
Basa Fish - How Clean Are The Rivers
There are links there to some recipes, Basa Panfried Indian Style, Basa with Ginger and Grilled Basa - all these recipes are OK to use with any white fish - you don't have to find Basa fish!
I have other recipes for Basa which you will find if you use the search box.
If you click on the www.find-a-seafood-recipe.com button, and enter 'basa' in the box, you'll find a couple of pages of Basa recipes.
There is a particularly good Grilled Basa with an Avocado Salsa - delicious.
Don't forget - any recipe for white fish will do for Basa and any Basa recipe will be OK to use with white fish.
My herb website which evolved from my Fish with Herbs section is building nicely now.
With herbs in full growth now in the Northern Hemisphere, I'm getting lots of requests for preserving herbs.
Drying parsley in particular.
If you're interested, try this microwave method - the good thing about this, is that the results are virtually instant and if you've got it wrong, you can try again - not wait until the herbs are all moldy and fusty.
Drying Herbs in the Microwave
My personal preference is to freeze herbs, there's instructions for that too on the Preserving Herbs page.
That’s it for now
I hope all is well in your world – please feel free to contact me via my website – any questions or comments I’d love to hear them.