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Three Delicious Seafood Dishes


These recipes are always sea-sonal

As the saying goes “Give a man a fish, feed him for a day; teach a man to fish, feed him for a lifetime.” Is it worth teaching if it’s a lifetime of bland fish though? Take note of these three recipes and not only will you have something worth eating, it’ll be worth sharing, too. And as the saying goes “Sharing is caring.”

Fish and chips is a classic meal that will forever be in pubs and food trucks - it’s comforting and delicious. That said, with a few tweaks you can keep it true to its core but elevate the nutritional value and feel a little more refined. It’s still fish and chips, just the kind that’s good for you.

Lemon Dill Salmon Steak
with Steamed Spinach
and Home Fries

Whenever the conversation of seafood dishes arises, Whole Sea Bream is always a talking point, and for good reason. It’s simple to cook, delicious to taste, and impressive to serve. It’s also relatively inexpensive, and because it’s whole, you don’t need to question if you got the short end of the fish.

Whole Sea Bream
with Fried Zucchini
and Seasoned Green Beans

We can all agree that bacon makes everything better, and this still rings true with seafood. Scallops are best cooked with a little fat (typically butter or oil,) but when the bacon fat cooks it adds another level of flavor. It also makes it harder to overcook the scallop, keeping them soft and scrumptious. Bacon, you’ve done it again.

Bacon Wrapped Scallops
with Roasted Baby Potatoes
and Swiss Chard

Don’t jump off the deep end with seafood, take the plunge with recipes of this calibre and you’ll quickly realize how easy it is to cook. These recipes will last the test of time, though we might suggest that once you master them you start wading out into the high seas. Try not to go through hell and high water - leave that for the professionals.



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