A great alternative version of the classic Welsh rarebit with lovely smoked haddock.
This traditional Cornish dish is so named because the fish heads poke through the pastry crust and appear to be gazing at the stars. But don’t worry, you don’t eat the heads.
Cod en papillote simply means “in parchment”. This is a really easy style of cooking fish especially if you are not confident with fish in the kitchen.
You can go down to any British high street and get fish and chips to takeaway. But cook this iconic British meal at home, complete with a side dish of mushy peas.
I’ve tried many a fish pie recipe over the years and this one from Bryn Williams is, without doubt, the best.
Hake medallions with cockles is a simple, quick and healthy recipe well known all over the Basque country.
A cotriade is a traditional, coastal Breton fish stew and every family has its own recipe. It’s made using whole fish, cut into pieces, rather than fillets, with squid and mussels.
Spanish tapas classic made easy. Bite-sized smoked cod and potato fishcakes bound together with egg and flour then quickly fried until crispy. Serve with lemon wedges.
Ceviche is the Latin American dish where really fresh fish and shellfish is cured in lime juice and tossed commonly with onion, tomato, coriander, salt and often avocado. It’s quick, it’s easy, and makes a fabulously light starter or lunch.
This peri-peri mackerel recipe uses Nando’s medium peri-peri sauce to spice up the mackerel with some chilli warmth and is really simple to make.