Spinach and Strawberry Salad with Salmon is one of my favourite ways to give my iron levels a boost. The balsamic dressing has a great consistency and sweet, tangy flavour.
Cod with Horseradish Peas and Crushed Potatoes sounds posh but it’s really just fish and chips! Simple steps put together beautifully make this wonderful dish.
The brightness of chillies and lemon give your metabolism a boost and make this quick spaghetti dish so delicious.
Miso Paste is brilliant value for money. Keep a jar in the fridge to add instant flavour to Cod for this quick and easy mid-week meal.
You can transform tinned crab into this indulgent Crab Macaroni Cheese. The recipe includes photo step by step instructions to making a cheese sauce.
Frozen fish is ideal for this light and fragrant curry. I like to use smoked and unsmoked fish but you can use any firm fish. The ingredients are mostly store cupboard so the only fresh ingredients are a lime, a few spring onions and a tomato.
Fish tacos are one of those perfect foods that can transport you to the ocean and sunshine. The combination of crunchy battered fish, soft taco, sharp pickled onion and spiced sour cream is pure heaven.
Salmon is a powerhouse of post-natal nutrition. It’s loaded with nutrients that protect and improve brain function. Oh, and this dish has crispy salmon skin and slurpy noodles so it’s amazing!
My love affair with crispy salmon skin continues with this simple and delicious dish. I find it restorative to eat in December to balance out the richer foods I inevitably eat. Broth, crispy skin and soft salmon…. what more could you want?
I love finding different ways to eat my favourite festive ingredients. Scallops with Brussels and Dates is a sweet and spicy delight. Scallops always feel like a treat so it’s a great weekend meal to make and eat with a glass of wine.