A fish finger recipe featured on Nigella Lawson’s new present Nigella’s Prepare dinner, Eat, Repeat has divided viewers, with one particular person describing the meals author as their ‘precise hero’ for concocting the meal.
Within the first episode of the sequence, which aired on BBC Two on Monday night, Nigella confirmed her viewers how she cooks a fish finger bhorta.
The TV cook dinner defined that she was impressed to make the recipe after seeing a tweet shared by journalist Ash Sarkar, who described it as ‘nostalgia in a dish’.
After frying some onions, Nigella made the dish by including components together with chilli, ginger and mustard, earlier than including oven-cooked fish fingers, which she broke up with a spatula.
Some individuals watching the present thought the recipe regarded completely scrumptious, with one particular person stating: ‘Nigella’s Fish Finger Bhorta seems like my subsequent hangover meal!’
‘My God @Nigella_Lawson your fish-finger bhorta seems like an absolute sport changer,’ one other viewer mentioned, whereas one other remarked that the recipe supplied ‘simply the inspiration I wanted to get me by #Lockdown2’.
Nigella broke up the cooked fish fingers earlier than including them to the combination (Image: BBC Two)
Others solid their doubts on the recipe, with one Twitter person saying it regarded as if Nigella ‘simply mashed up a fish finger’.
One other mentioned that they puzzled ‘what the Gogglebox verdict shall be’ on the recipe.
‘I say this with fondness and respect: Nigella is ludicrous however 10/10 would eat that fish finger mush,’ one viewer acknowledged.
Nonetheless, whereas opinion was divided, the bulk gave the impression to be in favour of what Nigella describes on her website as her ‘absolute go-to’ when in want of ‘vibrant sustenance and scrumptious consolation hits’.
Nigella lately issued an apology to author and presenter Victoria Coren Mitchell, after her new present Nigella’s Prepare dinner, Eat, Repeat resulted in quiz present Solely Join being moved half an hour sooner than standard to 7.30pm.