Fish recipes? Do you really need them? Don't you just cook it and eat it with some veg? Well that's how I used to think. Fish was fish. You fried it. You baked it, or you sort of steam cooked it on a plate over a pan of hot water. Then you ate it with boiled or mashed potatoes or chips (that's French fries to you Americans) and peas or carrots. If you were feeling up to it you made a fish and potato pie. If you were feeling lazy you sent someone out to buy fish and chips. or had fish fingers or fish in batter out of the freezer.
But fresh fish is wonderful stuff and so easy to cook and to make it look like you are a wonder-chef.
Fish is great for an everyday family meal, and it's so nutritious but it can also be made to look and taste like something really special
So I once upon a time thought there was no real versatility to fish, so just to show myself that I was totally wrong, and to convince you too if you are like minded, I am going to start collecting some good fishy recipes beginning with.....
........ Whole sea bream
Yes I know, some of you are a bit squeamish, of course you can take the head off first if you really must
....... and more.
What is it with fish and peas? Fish always looks good on the plate if it's accompanied by a pile of peas
What could be simpler tastier (well cake maybe) quicker and more nutritious to make? Careful though. Open a window. Oily fish like this can have a strong smell
This recipe can be used for any white fish. Choose your own favourite herbs and spices
It looks complicated but isn't. You'll have this prepared and baked in a jiffy. Good for a family meal, but just as good for a special occasion
Simply cooked fish with a delicious accompaniment. The chorizo adds a nice kick
Looking for more recipes? I've found this brilliant site spilling over with recipes on a sort of carousel. Click the spin button and it randomly picks out a recipe for you. Every single one looks delicious
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