Tuesday, July 19

Food for Divers

Hungry Fiji Divers in Paradise require plenty of great quality food and they get nothing less in Paradise Taveuni.

Allan Gortan is the owner of Paradise and just happens to be an award winning international Chef with over 30 years experience as a chef.

Allan's passion is using the local, mostly organic Taveuni produce combined with his knowledge of traditional European fare.

One of the most popular dishes on the Paradise Taveuni Lunch menu is Fish in Lolo' (Fish in a Coconut Soup).

Try it at home.....

Fish in Lolo Ingredients: 
Fish pieces – best to use white, fleshy fish such as Wahoo or Mahi Mahi 
100 gms Plain Flour
Pinch salt
Virgin Coconut Oil

Method: 
Dust fish in flour and salt and shallow pan fry in virgin Coconut oil
Place to one side and prepare Lolo Sauce

Lolo Sauce Ingredients: 
1 onion, chopped
1 tomato, chopped
1 Birds Eye Chilli, chopped
500 ml Coconut Milk – freshly squeezed is best
Dash of oil for cooking
Optional – chopped fresh Indian Coriander

Method: 
Sautee in a little oil - onion, tomato and chilli until onion is translucent
Add coconut to the boil
Add pre cooked Fish
Reduce heat to a slow simmer
Cook for 15-20 minutes

Serve with small bowl with a sprinkle of fresh Indian Coriander and Jasmine or Basmati Rice on the side.

Enjoy poolside with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc.




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