Weekend Fish Dishes
Delicious, quick to cook and healthy to eat, there’s nothing not to love about fish.
This weekend, mix it up from the usual with one of our favourite fish dishes – perfect for summer.
Crisped Salmon with Watercress and Soba Noodles
This is a very simple but tasty summertime dish – marinated salmon, served on a bed of flavoursome soba noodles – who needs a takeaway? Find the recipe here.
Grilled King Prawns with Garlic Dip
If you need a new recipe to mix up your usual weekday repertoire, look no further: this watercress and garlic dip with king prawns is quick, satisfying and delicious. Serve it on a bed of leaves with your favourite grains or add it as the final flourish to your favourite barbecue dinner – this recipe is one you’ll want to make again and again! Find the recipe here.
Spaghetti with crab, lemon, chilli and radish shavings
This is a really simple and quick dish to make but looks and tastes beautifully fresh and that delicate picante bite from the chilli and the radish gives it a nice edge! Find the recipe here.
Aromatic Italian Cod with Tenderstem Bouquets
This recipe is flavoursome and Italian at heart. It combines the flaky texture of cod with the fresh bite of Tenderstem. The delicate flavour of these two main ingredients is enhanced by crisp pancetta and the fresh, aromatic herbs. Great for a family meal and quick-to-prepare, too! Find the recipe here.
What are your favourite recipes to make on the weekends?
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