Find your favourite fish recipes, from a traditional fish pie to quick and easy salmon. We have recipes for all your favourite kinds of fish - tuna, halibut, pollock, cod, salmon, sole, mackerel and more.
A warming, tasty dish which will make you want second helpings.
Monkfish tastes somewhat similiar to lobster, but is a lot less expensive. This dish is also healthier than fried fish, but still has a nice crumbly crust. Substitute any other firm white fish if monkfish is not available.
A variety of fresh vegetables, herbs and fish makes for a healthy dish that is bursting with flavour. I like to serve this dish with rice.
White wine, lemon juice, garlic and soy sauce flavour this marinade for swordfish steaks cooked on the barbecue.
Marinate in a simple Asian-inspired sauce, thread onto skewers, then toss on the barbecue. Easy, healthy and delicious!
The citrus marinade used in this recipe is made with sprigs of fresh marjoram. One or two hours of marinating is all that is required: a longer period affects the texture of the fish.
Salmon is an excellent source of protein and by poaching, it is also low in fat.
Orange juice adds a refreshing note to the salsa-style tomato and pepper dressing for this vibrant-looking salad. As the dressing can be made well in advance and the swordfish steaks take only minutes to cook, this is a very quick dish to prepare, ideal when you are entertaining. Serve with lots of sesame breadsticks or crusty wholegrain bread.
All the ingredients for this dish are quickly assembled and cooked, and the result is truly delicious as well as visually impressive. This is definitely a dish to convince anyone who has doubts about the taste benefits of well-balanced eating. With bread and salad, it makes a hearty meal.
Firm, meaty white fish, such as halibut, are perfect for pan-frying as they keep their shape well and don't break up easily. Serve on a bed of tender-crisp vegetables and top with Parma ham, all cooked in the same pan. Some nice crusty bread would complete the meal.
Fresh salmon is ideal for quick cooking on a griddle pan. Here it's served on a mixed leaf salad with grapefruit, walnuts and griddled courgette ribbons. Serve with warm, plain or olive ciabatta.
Oily fish, such as mackerel, are a major source of heart-healthy, polyunsaturated omega-3 fatty acids. They're traditionally served with slightly tart fruit or aromatic flavourings to balance their richness, provided here by apple juice, cider and aniseed-scented fennel. Serve with crusty wholegrain bread to mop up the delicious juices.
White fish, such as cod, lends itself to gentle oven-braising on a bed of vegetables. Sliced potatoes and onions provide the vegetable base with peas and cherry tomatoes scattered on top.
Sea bass makes an impressive meal, and its delicious flesh is moist, tender and sweet. Here it's stuffed with an exotic Moroccan-style fresh herb and spice mixture called chermoula, then braised on a bed of vegetables.
Tuna and rice topped with cheese makes a hearty snack.
These tangy fillets sharpen the appetite for the main course.
The spicy coating used in this full-flavoured fish dish is brilliantly set off by a sweet, fruity sauce. Try serving with saffron rice (on this website) and a crisp green salad.
The fresh tomato and lime juice in the salsa balance the richness of the tuna, which can be served hot or chilled. Try serving with sprouting broccoli.
From now on you can enjoy this delicious treat without worrying about the high fat content – the secret to golden chips is to coat them with egg white, not fat.
Spiced cod and basmati rice are baked together to make this traditional Indian one-pot dish. Try serving with grilled poppadoms and Brussels Sprouts with Mustard and Cumin (on this website).