For a healthy but delicious way to cook fish, check out our baked fish recipes. Try baking in a foil parcel for loads of flavour and moisture, or try crusty baked cod instead of deep-fried.
About the only dish in my house that gets the whole family licking the plate clean. (Even my fussy 3-year old!) Simple and delicious.
A delicious sticky glaze is brushed on top of salmon fillets before they are baked in the oven. A quick and easy solution for dinner any night of the week!
This filling recipe is best enjoyed on a cold day. Great served with peas or broccoli and some crusty bread.
This updated version of the classic tuna casserole is made special with mushrooms, garlic and herb soft cheese, broccoli and petits pois. Great way to make the kids eat their veggies!
A warming, tasty dish which will make you want second helpings.
Haddock, tomatoes and red and yellow peppers baked in individual aluminium foil parcels. Serve with rice for a healthy dinner. I use haddock, but feel free to use whichever type of fish you like.
Salmon, spinach and pesto are wrapped in a sheet of puff pastry before being baked to perfection. It's a quick dish to put together and the results are fabulous. Serve with a salad, potatoes or rice.
Mushrooms, onions, celery and peas all go into this comforting tuna pasta bake.
Anyone can make this quick and easy baked cod recipe. Full of flavour, but extremely low in fat and calories. Serve with rice.
Trout in foil parcels, baked with green chillies and lemon juice. An impressive presentation, and there's no washing up! Use red chillies if you prefer a little less heat.