For a lot of religions around the world, Easter is a time of lent and fasting. This means that red meat is often substituted with fish. So we thought, with Good Friday in our sights, what better time to round up our five favourite fish recipes?!
The only question is – which one to make?! Fish tacos, salmon rolls, seared tuna steaks, the list goes on…
Hola señorita! We love the Mexican flavours of these fresh fish tacos, which guarantee to be total crowd pleasers.
We used snapper for ours, but any firm white fish would suit as there are plenty of other flavours, such as chilli, lime and coriander, which bring this zesty dish to zingy life.
The spice is right with our spicy fish kebabs that promise a perfect punch of chilli heat and ginger freshness.
If you’re looking for something to really jazz up how you eat fish, give these a go with a side of quinoa or fruity summer salad (think strawberry and kale or baby spinach with mango!).
They see us rollin’ with these Tea Smoked Salmon Cold Rolls. Healthy, colourful and totally irresistible, these wrap-me-up wonders promise healthy nourishing and fresh flavours.
A wonderfully lean source of protein, fresh tuna steaks are a great option for a filling lunch or dinner!
Straight from the pages of our Clean & Simple Eating cookbook, this sesame seared tuna with broad beans has DELICIOUS written all over it!
Salmon & strawberries is certainly a curious combination but let us assure you that it’s a total explosion of flavours that will leave you wanting more with each bite!
Known as the ‘brain food’ of fish, salmon boasts plentiful amounts of protein, vitamins and minerals (including potassium) and of course, the benefits of omega-3 fats.