I had a go at this recipe from yestedays James Martin's Saturday Kitchen:
(I quite fancied James Martin up until I saw him on a program over Christmas where he was entering a classic car race, then I went right off him. He came over as a lot of a MCP). In true Diane style, I didnt stick to the exact recipe (Morcombe Bay Prawns are a tad difficult to get hold of in our Asda!!). Instead I used Salmon and made my own breadcrumbs and I served it with a stir fry of green beans, baby corn, bean sprouts and the stem from the broccoli (ie whatever I happened to have in the fridge.). I also experimented with a sauce made from bought Chilli dipping sauce heated up with Creme Fraiche. I initially thought that this might be a bit too much with the cakes, but it was delicious. I shall be making these (in one form or another) again. I made the Rissotto last night and left it in the fridge overnight. If there are only 2 of you, you could eat the rissotto one night and make the cakes out of the leftovers the day after.
The dancing queen (in red) and her friend decided that they wanted to learn how to make Pizza from scratch. I can never usually get her into the kitchen, but her friend was very keen and they now want to make it a regular thing, After much hilarity, complaining about onions, and flirting with boys on MSN whilst the dough was "proving" , they produced 4 beautiful and very edible Pizza's. Last photo was taken by DQ - she's so much better with the camera than I am. If you get chance, please visit her new blog (Beckytography in my sidebar and leave her a comment - she would be thrilled - Thanks)