Ten Fantastic Recipes for Fish Lovers

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Get inspired to eat more fish with one these fantastic fish recipes from Foodies100 bloggers

We all know fish is good for us but I don’t eat it nearly enough.  I find I need inspiring where fish is concerned so am loving these Foodies100 bloggers’ recipes, I hope one of them entices you to try something new.

  • One of my favourite ways to eat fish is in a hearty fish pie, so Kavey Eats’ chorizo, cod and pea fish pie sounds absolutely delicious.
  • If you are in a hurry to eat Le Coin de Mel’s provençal fish stew could be the perfect solution, ready in about ten minutes!
  • Need a little comforting? Then you need Ren Behan’s quick tuna fish pasta , a lovely family friendly recipe.
  • Fish isn’t just for dinner, it can also make it onto the breakfast or brunch table, especially Lavender and Lovage’s cheesy coddled eggs with smoked fish, sorrel and dill. Yum!
  • I do like my fish to have a flavour-some kick, I can just imagine how good Fab Food 4 All’s teriyaki glazed salmon parcels must taste.
  • This fish pie from FreyCob has lovely spinach and cheese in it, topped with fluffy mashed potato, the ideal dish to share with family and friends.
  • If you are on a gluten and dairy free diet you may think fish and chips are off the menu…not with The Free From Fairy’s fish and chips though.
  • Foodie Quine’s 13 year old son’s sweet potato crispy topped fish pie looks extremely tasty and includes a mix of fish, cheese and eggs. Lovely.
  • If you fancy something a little more special, Recipes From A Pantry has a beautiful whole baked sea bass with olives and tahini recipe.
  • Finally we have Jen’s Food’s seared tuna, stir fried vegetables and rice noodles, mmmm.

 

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Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

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