Looking for a simple curry? Not your typical Indian or Thai variety, but a more coconuty and fishy recipe. This Coconut Fish Curry certainly hits the spot. Interestingly, when I first made this recipe I struggled to find CoYo in my local Morrisons and Sainsburys. Fast forward half a year and this stuff is everywhere!
Looking for an easy recipe, that could work for any meal, a leisurely brunch, packed into a lunch-box or a light dinner with some side salad? This smoked haddock frittata is quick, packed with protein and omega 3. Ingredients: 3 tsp olive oil 1 white onion, finely diced 1 garlic clove, crushed 3 boiled, unpeeled
It seems like New Year's Eve dinner is always en croute or wellington in the Heath household, with last year being Beef Wellington. This year, a super simple salmon en croute, that could easily be adapted for any type of fish, sea-bass, haddock or whatever is in your freezer. If using frozen salmon ensure it
One of my favourite no-fuss dinners. Essentially, chop all ingredients, roll salmon in foil, add spices, bake in the oven. Start by chopping your sweet potato into wedges and place in a baking tray. Turn the oven to 200C. Chop the peppers, and remove the lower bits of the asparagus. Sprinkle the wedges with paprika
Fishing for a recipe for dinner? I've caught the perfect one and it couldn't be simpler. You'll need: 40g fillet of monkfish 1 tablespoon flour 1 tablepspoon black pepper grinded 1 tablespoon salt Lemons Plenty of white wine Start by drying your fish using a paper towel. When it's dry add to a casserole dish.