Baked white fish with olives and a simple tomato sauce
I'm a great believer in a simple tomato sauce. The recipe I've given you here can be used with all sorts of dishes.
Quick salmon tikka with cucumber yoghurt
I love this dish. If you’re a fan of chicken tikka masala, give this one a go. You might think it odd to use robust spice pastes on fish, but it’s very common in southern India. When buying your fish, ask the fishmonger to scale it for you. You’ll be amazed at how quickly these cook.
Salmon baked in a foil parcel with green beans and pesto
This is so simple to put together - a portion of salmon, a handful of green beans, a dollop of good-quality pesto and a little squeeze of lemon juice. Such a great combination.
Summer tray-baked salmon
This is one of those great dishes that you can really make your own by using whatever vegetables are in season.
Fish goujons with avocado and cress salad
This is a really fresh and delicious meal that works with any white fish. Ask your fishmonger what he's got on offer and choose the freshest fish you can get your hands on.
Italian spaghetti with prawns
There's something about the combination of tomatoes, prawns and spaghetti that just works.
Salmon filo pie
Brilliant as a lunch or light dinner, this filo pie looks and tastes fantastic – crisp on the outside, flaky and soft in the middle. As well as salmon, we’re also celebrating slow-cooked leeks and courgettes, which do amazing things when given time to get soft and sweet. They help stretch the salmon further and complement it perfectly.
Sweet pea fish pie
Fish pies have always been about stretching fish a long way, and by using quality frozen fish fillets you can find in any supermarket, it’s unbelievable how cheaply you can make this dish.
The best fish finger baps with mushy peas & tartare sauce
Add a twist to the classic childhood favourite, fish finger sandwiches, with a cheat’s mushy peas and super-quick tartare sauce.
White fish tagine with carrot, coriander & clementine salad
The most important thing to remember with this recipe is to buy good-quality fish from your local fishmonger or supermarket.
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