Oily fish usually needs something to soak it up and something to cut through it. Fortunately, these additional components can make a super healthy and sustainable fish like mackerel even better for you: both chillies and citrus such as lime are rich in vitamin C, a powerful anti-oxidant and an immune system essential. Oats give this dish a delicious crunch and some other interesting nutrients such as B vitamins and beta-glucans that benefit your immune system from its origin
Fish Curry with Green Beans Back from a week in Italy and I’m in need of something Completely Different. This hot spicy fish curry will knock your socks off. Red snapper or other meaty white fish, fresh chili and turmeric, hot homemade curry powder, red lentils to thicken and a splash of colour with some green beans. Serve with some simple basmati rice, a paratha from the freezer and sprinking of fresh coriander. Totally delicious. Serves 2 You will need: 1 medium whole red
Amazing Chick Pea, Chorizo and Cod Stew This is so quick & easy – just tomatoes, chickpeas and fish in fact.. with some clever pimento/garlic/paprika seasoning. So low GL, so nutritious, so flippin delicious…Feeds 2-3 hungry people. **Note to grand/parents: buy extra fish and make fresh kids fish fingers first ;-) You will need: 1 small onion - chopped up 100g of cooking choizo, chopped 200- 300g of fresh white fish – cod, haddock or pollock 1 can or carton of tinned tomatoes
The recipe for these tasty little morsels is from Southern Thailand - all at once crunchy, spicy, earthy and healthy. Perfect for a Christmas drinks party or as a wonderful starter. Skewer the raw marinated prawns onto lemon grass stalks and fry them briefly on a high heat, before serving with a fresh sauce of chili, ginger, soy, lime and corainder. Simply delicious...
You will need:
16 large raw prawns, peeled and deveined
6 lemon grass stalks
Rapeseed or coconut oil
This is a great combination of flavours and dishes that will make sure you make the most from whole fish, with minimal waste. I used 2 medium sized Sea Bream, but any meaty white fish will do. Mackerel might make the soup a bit oily, but you could give it a try if you want to up your omegas: the Tom Yum paste can cut through and of course, you have all the benefit of the oils as well as the bone broth.
You can get Tom Yum paste in many supermarkets now – and it’s an incred