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Favourite fish/veggie recipes(7 Posts)
I want to eat less meat can you share the recipe and website of any fish or vegetarian recipes which are really good and you make over and over
I make a puff pastry with roast veg tart which is lovely but need more ideas, especially toddler friendly meals
Baked butternut squash falafels in pitas
Roasted Mediterranean veg fritata
Tuna, sweet potato and chilli fishcakes
Marinate pieces of cod in a mix of yoghurt and curry paste then bake
Veggie shepherds pie
Haloumi and pineapple skewers
Stir fried veg with rice noodles, black bean sauce and either cashews or salmon
Salmon cherry tomato and asparagus tray bake
Chickpea, butternut squash and red pepper curry
tomato, basil and mozzarella gnocchi bake
roast salmon with sweet chilli and soy glaze, with stir fried veg and rice or noodles
peanut and coconut satay curry with baby corn, peppers and sugar snaps with sticky rice
stuffed peppers with brown rice, musrooms, flaked almonds and cheese
frittata and salad
smoky paprika bean chilli with home made guac and tortillas.
tofu or fresh tuna chunks, dipped in cornflour and water then rolled in seasoned sesame seeds, fried and served with salad cor stir fry.
Home made pizzas
Chickpea, butternut and spinach curry in coconut milk
dahl with fried garlic and chillis, spinach and sweet potato curry and chapati or rice
home made humous in various flavours with home made flatbreads and salads
cod roasted with olive, sun-dried tomato and pesto crust, crushed garlic new potatoes and lots of greens
pasta with steamed cauliflower or romanesco, olive oil, garlic and chilli flakes, with grated parmesan.
Lentil and sweet potato cheesy bake
ratatouille with garlic bread and leaf salad
I don't know what this is called but it's simple and really good. My Mum used to make it and my adult daughter's just asked for the recipe so it's stood the test of time.
In a shallow dish, place a fillet of haddock or cod per person. Add some chopped parsley. Pour over enough creamy milk to come about ½" up the dish. Top everything with a layer of grated cheese (reduced fat is fine) and bake at 180° for about half an hour. Serve with mashed potatoes and frozen peas.
Frozen haddock from Iceland is usually better quality than what supermarkets sell as fresh, I find.
Moroccan salmon with couscous which is delicious
I make the equivalent of a lamb tagine in casserole but use butternut squash and chickpeas in place of lamb, it’s great!
Vegetable thai curry
Sea bass tray bake
The dishes that I do over and over are ones that I can get on the table in less than 30 minutes, don’t have a long list of ingredients and are popular with the DC. Bonus if I can cook double at the same time and freeze half.
Fried rice www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/thai-fried-rice-prawns-peas
Macaroni cheese www.goodhousekeeping.com/uk/food/recipes/a535331/easy-macaroni-cheese-recipe/
Stuffed peppers www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/easy-stuffed-peppers I use mozzarella instead of goats cheese
Falafel burgers www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/falafel-burgers-0
Naan pizzas realfood.tesco.com/recipes/naan-bread-pizzas.html
Halloumi traybake www.olivemagazine.com/recipes/vegetarian/halloumi-and-mediterranean-veg-traybake/
Satay stir fry www.cauldronfoods.co.uk/recipes/vegan-satay-tofu-stir-fry served with microwave rice instead of quinoa
Sesame prawn noodles realfood.tesco.com/recipes/egg-noodles-with-prawns.html
Tuna burgers www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/tuna-sweetcorn-burgers
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