There is a lot to be said for the old adage “less is more”. It can be applied to many facets of my career as a designer and photographer as well as to a plethora of situations outside of work. This recipe is the perfect example of applying such a mantra to situations of the culinary variety. When a combination of ingredients come together, such as those listed in the recipe below, the results can quite plausibly be described as heavenly. Conversely the corresponding after-effects of tucking in to such a meal are much more demonic in nature (read; gluttony, envy, greed etc). One need only make this dish and sit down to share it to understand what exactly I mean. It is so utterly moreish that quite without realising you may find you have abandoned any sense of etiquette possessed in you in a race to lay claim to the very last bite. You have been warned
Whilst delicious served as is, it also benefits from a squeeze of lemon juice as well as the addition of a simple green salad dressed with a mustardy, French vinaigrette (red wine vinegar, olive oil, a generous dollop of Dijon mustard, salt and pepper).