Friday, June 01, 2012


Hello Everybody! Happy Friday! 

I have always had a lot of problems in cooking dishes with fish! I always thought it was too difficult for me, I don't know why! Infact my fish recipes weren't so good!! But I love eating fish and my husband too!
So I have decided to take a little homemaker challenge! I said: I have to learn making dishes with fish!!!
My mom suggested me to start with simple recipes to to get aquainted with it

With God all is possible, also little things like this.
I strongly believe this, every little things we do are to glorify Him, even the less important, because if you try to be better everyday, to learn always new things, to do something to please your husband and family, you can grow up and live a richer life.

So I decide to start with a very simple recipe and today I'm so happy to share it with you.


  • squid rings
  • onion
  • garlic
  • parsley
  • salt
  • dill
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • bread crumbs
Here we have the squid rings!

 How to do this recipe with a photo tutorial:

Step 1: wash the squid rings with fresh water.

Step 2: put the squid rings in a mixing bowl.

Step 3: chop the parsley.

Step 4: chop the onion and garlic together. 

Step 5: add in your mixing bowl the garlic, onion, parsley, salt, extra virgin olive oil and a little bit of dill.

Step 6: mix well and cover with cellophane and put all in the fridge to marinade for  1 hour.

Step 7: Grease a pan with extra virgin olive oil and turn on the oven  at 180 °C (356 °F)

Step 8: put the marinade on the pan and add bread crumbs.

You will have this.
Step 9: put the pan in the oven and bake for about 1 hour until you have....

Buon appetito!!!!!!

I hope you like this recipe! 
If you will make it, please let me know!!!

And what is your little challenge today?

Much love,


  1. Replies
    1. Thank you Ashley! As my first recipe with fish, I have to say that the taste was really good!!!

  2. nice posting.. thanks for sharing.

  3. BTW, squids are not fish. Neither are clams, oysters, nor any of the other mollusks. Nor are lobsters, crabs, and shrimps, which are neither fish nor mollusk. The term 'shellfish' is useless and misleading, because it groups together unrelated creatures and implies that they are members of a group of which none of them are. You could reasonably call any of them seafood. Just so you'll know.

    I congratulate you on preparing the calamari to your satisfaction, as they can be a bit harder to get right than fish. With both, the important things are to, in order of importance, avoid overcooking, use the proper amount of seasoning (i.e. salt), and introduce some flavor, as you've done with herbs, vegetables, and oil.

    Having gotten past this dish, you will likely do well with fish. But remember, if a particular dish comes out badly, chalk it up as a lesson and keeping working at it; don't let it put you off.


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