We're inspired by many things here at Marsala Rama - be it a restaurant visit, reading a long lost cook book, going to a foodie fair or maybe meeting a local producer - so here is our Recipe Finder - our favourite recipes which are simply recipes we love to plan, prepare, cook and eat. We have rated each recipe to show you how hard or easy each recipe is - we hope you enjoy making and eating them as much as we did writing them!
Don't be scared of this classic sauce recipe - we've helpfully made all the schoolboy errors, so you don't have to.
What's Cooking - Our Favourite Recipes...
A breakfast fit for a Raj, this classic rice and fish recipe is proper tasty, any time of the day.
Tangy, gooey, stickyand wonderfully refreshing all at the same time - these clementine recipes are well worth it
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Read our Hollandaise Sauce Recipe >
Read our Kedgeree Recipe >
Read our Clementine Puffs and Sorbet Recipe >
Read our Hare Ragout Recipe >
Dark, rich, stick to your ribs ragout make this local Somerset wild hare recipe as good as it gets.
A quick and easy supper to throw together - this duck recipe is so simple, even Lee can cook it.
Read our Duck and Beans Recipe >
Our favourite recipes, made easy, rated just for you...
Inspired by Mitch Tonks, this dish is simply scrummy.
Read our Pork Cheeks, Sherry and Clams Recipe >
Read our Loin of Hare Recipe >
Our favourite game, pan fried with our favourite veg - and a fancy potato to boot.
Read our Duck Liver Parfait Recipe >
Packing a bit more punch than your conventional chicken liver, duck liver parfait is best served smothered on everything.
A classic turned even more indulgent with a quirky twist.
Read our Apple Tart with Hazelnut Frangipane Recipe >
The most easy-peasy delicious drink you could hope to make - just add patience.
Read our Homemade Clemoncello Recipe >
Read our Elderflower Delight Recipe >
These gorgeously sweet Delight style jellies are great as a treat, or with coffee at the end of a meal.
Rabbit, rabbit, rabbit - covered in our (not so) secret blend of herbs and spices.
Read our Kentucky Fried Rabbit Recipe >
Read our Elderflower Champagne Recipe >
Once you've popped, you'll not want to stop...
This is a rich and decadent starter, amuse bouche or canape packed full of our favourite ingredient ever - crab.
Read our Baked Crab Custard & Crab Tuiles Recipe >
Read our Pan Fried Gurnard with Shell Fish Sauce >
Such an underrated fish, Gurnard is both tasty and cheap - added with a rich shell fish sauce and saffron potatoes.
Read our Cured and Blow Torched Mackerel >
This is easy peasy, lemon squeezy - and a little bit showy. But it's the extras that make this dish. Delicious.
Read our White Chocolate and Cardamom Mousse >
Our favourite spice ever, infused into the bestest, poshest Milky Bar-esque mousse ever - fabulousness.
Read our Cob Nut Shortbread >
It's Cob Nut season (also known as Filberts) so this is a delicious way to do justice to your foraging glut.
Read our Easy Piccalilli Recipe >
Unctuous, spicy, pickly piccalilli that is so easy to make - all you need is patience in which to eat it.
Sticky, sweet and vinegary, perfect for Christmas time cheese raids. Easy, peasy to make, waiting to eat it's the hard bit...
Read our Green Tomato Chutney Recipe >
My guiltiest pleasure, updated to be more light, flavoursome and with better texture - delicious.
Read our Easy Onion Bhaji Recipe >
Read our Poached Pears and Salted Almond Ice Cream >
This is a favourite at my Somerset Pop-Up Restaurants - probably the best ice cream you'll ever taste!
Read our Christmas Cocktail Recipe >
The easiest cocktail to make, the most delicious Christmas in a Glass taste you could have. Perfect for Xmas Eve.
Read our Sweetcorn Puree Recipe >
Take the humble sweetcorn kernel and transform it into this luxurious, velvety puree - perfect for Scallops.
Comfort food, fit for a Winter's evening - with a little bit of added spice to help blow the January blues away.
Med flavours, with a hint of chilli to warm up your cockles on a cold Winter's night.
My fave fish, foraged greens from the garden and pangrettato (breadcrumbs to me and you).
Read our Ginger Chicken with Spicy Coconut Lentils >
My favourite Game, wrapped in local wild garlic with Somerset Cider and Brandy.
Spain on a plate - this velvety, inky black rice dish with cuttlefish is perfect with alioli and a glass of rose wine.
You know that Summer is just around the corner when the courgettes arrive. Use the flowers for this fab starter.
Read our Arroz Negro with Cuttlefish >
Read our Deep Fried Courgette Flowers >