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What comes to mind when you think of Royal Westmoreland?
Here’s a short message that we have put together, from everyone here at Royal Westmoreland to all of you; our much loved owners and guests.
Sit back, relax and continue to live the dream…
Bringing Barbados to you…
Are you missing The Beach Club and its exquiste menu? Well you’re in luck, as we continue to share our favourite recipes with you all; why not give cooking fine Bajan cuisine from the comfort of your own home a go?
This week’s recipe is the delicious Blackened Tuna, Mashed Potato & a Medley of Veg with Spicy Tomato Salsa for 2..
What you’ll need –
2 5oz Tuna (Size doesn’t matter)
1 cup of Blackened redfish spice
8 tablespoons of regular plain Flour
4 tablespoons of Olive Oil
8 Large Potatoes
12 tablespoons (Elle & Vire) Cooking Cream (or Regular Cooking Cream)
4 tablespoons of Olive Oil
2 teaspoons of Lemongrass
2 tablespoons of Chives
2 teaspoons of Parsley
2 teaspoons of Scotch Bonnet
1 tablespoon Lemon Juice
2 Pinches of salt and pepper
8 pieces of Broccoli
8 pieces of Cauliflower
16 green Beans
16 pieces of Carrots
8 pieces of Fennel
How to make the dish –
Firstly add you Blackened redfish spice and flour together in a bowl and marinate your Tuna for 30 minutes. Whilst your fish is marinating, add olive oil to a nonstick pan and add olive oil. Now let’s move onto your potatoes and vegetables. Peel and cut your potatoes into small pieces, they don’t have to be perfect as we will go on to these later on, bring them up to the boil for roughly 10-minutes.
For your vegetables use a small saucepan with roughly 4 cups of par boiled water. Cook your veg for 5 minutes for an andante finish, if you prefer your veg a little softer then leave them to boil for 10-15 minutes max.
Now that your fish has been marinated, place the tuna steaks into your preheated pan. For a medium rare finish, cook your fish for 3-4 minutes turning it over half way through. However remember that you’re cooking from home and therefore this may require a little longer, we recommend checking the fish before removing it from the heat. Once you are happy, place your fish off the heat to rest and check on your potatoes and veg. Once your potatoes are boiled, mash them together using unsalted butter and the cooking cream.
To create your accompanying salsa, cut tomatoes into four pieces taking out the seeds and dice the four pieces into fine chunks. Add in your olive oil, lemongrass, chives or parsley and (scotch bonnet and lemon juice) or any spice of your choice; mix it all together with a pinch of salt and pepper to taste.
Finally, plate up your dish using our photo as guidance. Start with your mash, then add your vegetables, placing your sliced tuna steak on top neatly, your salsa can then be added on top or used as a side garnish; lastly finishing the dish with a drizzle of olive oil and microgreens (optional).
Join Singita Wellness every Monday…
Following from a successful first week, here’s a quick reminder that Michelle at Singita Wellness is offering complimentary classes; that are exclusive for Royal Westmoreland Owners and Holidaymakers.
Mondays class on April 27th is Ballet Barre.
Everyone is welcome, what are you waiting for?
To join in Michelle’s Ballet Barre Class simply follow this link and connect via Zoom. Link here.
Alternatively, if you can’t wait until Monday. Sporting Barbados has partnered with Singita Wellness to bring you a little wellness to enjoy at any time. You can find these videos using the links below. In order to watch the videos listed, you must be logged into Facebook.
Why not share your home work out videos with us? Email us or share them with us on social media.
Find a schedule for the next 4 weeks classes below –
April 27th – Ballet Barre
May 4th – Super Stretch
May 11th – Full Body (Cardio & Core)
May 18th – Yoga/Pilates Fusion
To find out more about the classes that Singita Wellness are offering, visit their website here. Singita Wellness Website Link.
Test yourself like a pro… A Tennis pro that is.
Challenge No.2, accepted!
Cherise Green has set you all another tennis task to complete from your home, garden or street.
How many forehands can you do in a row? How many backhands can you do in a row? Push yourself, get the kids involved and send us some photos and videos of you all enjoying yourselves…
Just like this photograph, here’s two of our U8 boys having fun playing “Dodge Ball” at home.
Perfect your game with Bill Longmuir
Bill Longmuir, resident Golf Professional at Royal Westmoreland, has created a series of tips & tricks, alluding how to play the ’Signature’ par 3s.
The advice from Bill himself, continues here –
Get in touch with us if you have any questions for Bill or have any hints and tips that you’d like to see feature in our next newsletter.
Introducing Aideen Sheahan, Reservations Manager, Royal Westmoreland
“We live in an era of experience, where it’s not just about where you can go but also about who you can be and how you can feel when you get there! The aim of the Royal Westmoreland booking and holiday experience is to fulfil your desires and dreams, it’s very much a bespoke service and I would like to think unrivalled.” – Aideen
Aideen has over 10 years’ experience as Royal Westmoreland Reservations Manager and her wealth of knowledge and experience is here to guide and support you in creating unique and unforgettable memories of your own. Supported by a dedicated Concierge and on resort Guest Services team, everything is understood. Be it Restaurant reservations, Spa treatments, Golf tee-times, Golf lessons and equipment hire, Water sports, Catamaran cruises, Baby-sitting, Car hire, VIP fast track and private Airport transfers to name just a few.
The team are also highly experienced in sourcing and arranging more challenging requests, the list is endless of what they can make happen!
‘Golf Villas’- Turning your dreams into reality…
Today we will take a closer look at ‘The Golf Villas’, a small development of five properties which will be available for both full and fractional ownership. With a modern, contemporary look, these homes are built to incorporate all facets of modern Caribbean living.
From the front of the Villa entry is via a double door which leads immediately into the hallway and through to the generous living space. A third guest bedroom is accessed from the hallway as are the stairs to the first floor.
The spacious living area is a combination of sleek modern lines including a stylish modern kitchen featuring appliances by leading Italian manufacturer Smeg. ‘La Cantina’ aluminium sliding doors lead out onto a covered veranda and also allow access to a fabulous salt water communal pool.
Upstairs there are two spacious bedrooms, two bathrooms, walk-in closet and a shared balcony. The bedrooms and glass wrapped balcony look directly out across the estate to the beautiful Caribbean Sea.