Admiral’s Pie is cod and prawns topped with crispy scalloped potatoes. An extra thick sauce combines with the frozen fish to make a silky sauce.
Once your tomatoes start ripening it’s time to make Tomato and Anchovy Toasts. It’s such a tasty and beautiful lunch that’s easy to make and full of nutrition.
Salmon is a great protein for spices and Garam Masala is one of my favourite mixes. This is a really easy way to spice up a weeknight meal and boost your nutrition.
Trout is such a beautiful fish cooked simply in butter with a squeeze of lemon juice and a sprinkling of salt.
These simple fishcakes are a very kid-friendly but delicious enough for everyone to enjoy.
Potato trays are an easy and nutritious weekday meal. I make a half tuna, half baked beans tray so that everyone gets their favourite toppings.
Your liver is unbeatable when it comes to detoxifying your body from harmful and unnecessary chemicals and by-products. There are some foods that are brilliant at boosting your liver’s incredible abilities.
Raw Brussel Sprouts become this incredible salad with just a few dressing ingredients. I serve it with smoked salmon because they pair beautifully.
Danish Breakfast is one of my favourite meals over Christmas. It’s so flavourful whilst also being packed full of protein, fibre, iron and omega-3.
Fish Fingers are a childhood staple which my kids devour once a week. Of the three ways you can cook them, which was is best?