An easy supper from John Gregory Smith.
A recipe for lightly seared Tuna from Turkey which i found in Claudia Roden’s ” Arabesque”. Serve with a salad or Mashed Potatoes with Olive Oil and Spring Onions.
A Lebanese way with fish which i found in ” Arabesque” by Claudia Roden. You can use turmeric instead of saffron if you like.
A classic way of cooking fish throughout the Mediterranean. This Spanish recipe is from “Moro:the Cookbook ” by Sam and Sam Clark and is traditionally served with Alioli. You could use cod, sea bass, turbot or salmon if preferred.
Smoked fish and new potatoes go really well together in this salad from ” Jamie’s Dinners” by Jamie Oliver. It can be served as a starter, salad or main course.
A simple and aromatic fish curry from Diana Henry. Use whatever fish is in season and sustainably sourced- cod, haddock, pollard, coley, gurnard and monkfish are all suitable.
A quick thai supper from Thomasina Miers.
Salmon with sweet and sour flavours from Romy Gill.
A Turkish recipe from ” Eat Istanbul” by Andy Harris.
Light and creamy fishcakes from Diana Henry.
A Portuguese recipe from Diana Henry. Hake does not keep for long so buy the freshest fish you can find and use on the same day.
This version is from ” The Settler’s Cookbook” by Yasmin Alibhai Brown.Serve with chapatis and perhaps some dal.
A recipe from Melissa Hemsley.
A fragrant curry from Tamil Nadu which i found in ” Masala” by Mallika Basu. If you like the sauce can be made in advance and the salmon added when you are ready to eat.
This recipe is from Chantelle Nicholson, chef/owner of zero waste restaurant All’s Well in Hackney, London.