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Calling all Fish Eaters

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knot Wed 30-Mar-05 11:11:54

so how do you eat yours?, we need to be healthier and increase omega 3 and eat more but struggling for ideas am bored with my usual recipes - peppered mackerel, slmon baked in foil with lemon or ginger or parsley, how else can we eat fish?, thanks for sharing

vict17 Wed 30-Mar-05 11:14:09

We buy mackerel ready to eat and cut it up and put it into pasta with sweetcorn, pepper and mayonaise. Yummy. Also grill salmon and do the same with pasta, or eat with mash and broccoli - very healthy. Tuna is easy - just stir that into pasta, add mayo, cheese, any veg you like.

MunchedTooManyMarsLady Wed 30-Mar-05 11:16:08

fry some chopped onion and chopped bacon. Leave to cool. Then mix in cottage cheese. Stuff trout with mix, bake 20mins in oven. Yum!

Also Annabel Karmel's creamy seafood goes down a treat in this house.

knot Wed 30-Mar-05 11:17:23

mm like the stuffed trout idea, whats creamy seafood ala AK? sorry dont have the book

alicemama Wed 30-Mar-05 11:19:39

Good ol' fashioned Fish pie.
Choose 2 large fillets of you fav fish and steam til cooked through. Meanwhile also steam som potatoes which then mash with milk and butter. Make a white sauce and add any herbs you like. Flake the cooked fish in the bottom of your dish and add some frozen peas or any other veg you like. Cover with white sauce and top with mashed potatoe and breadcrumbs if you have some. Then bake gas mark 6 for about 40 mins. DD & DH love it and never have any leftovers

WideWebWitch Wed 30-Mar-05 11:19:48

Sardines on toast
tuna steaks cooked in the same way as beef steaks
Jamie Oliver's fish pie
Trout baked in foil with lemon and capers
Prawns with chilli sauce dip
Smoked salmon with lemon juice and black pepper
Salmon cooked a la Nigella, will see if I can find recipe in a minute, very quick but hot, depends on if children will be eating it

knot Wed 30-Mar-05 11:21:10

www no i can make something else for ds until he eats hot food would love the recipe

WideWebWitch Wed 30-Mar-05 11:21:27

here it is and a whole fish recipe thread!

MunchedTooManyMarsLady Wed 30-Mar-05 11:26:07

Creamy Seafood

4oz each cod and salmon fillets (skinned) - we just use salmon
1/2 pint 300ml milk
3 peppercorns, 1 bay leaf and a parsley stalk
1oz 30g butter
1 small onion chopped
2 tbsp flour
1oz 30g frozen peas
3oz 90g cooked prawns
1oz 30g grated Cheddar Cheese
salt and pepper to taste
1 tomato skinned etc (we don't bother with tomato)

Put fillets in a shallow pan with the milk, peppercorns and herbs. Bring to boil then cover and simmer for 5 mins or until fish is cooked and flakes easily. Remove the fish with a slotted spoon, strain the milk and reserve. Cut the fish into chunks.

Warm the butter in a small pan, add the onion and saute until just softened. Stir in the flour to make a paste and cook for 1 min. Gradually add the strained milk, stirring util the sauce thickens. Add the fish to the sauce with the frozen peas and prawns, and heat through. Remove from the heat, stir in the grated cheese and season to taste. Serve on bed of rice and sprinkle over tomato.

knot Wed 30-Mar-05 11:31:54

mmm all these recipes sound good i didnt realise you could cook so much stuff with fish

snafu Wed 30-Mar-05 11:33:47

Hot-smoked trout fillet mixed with Hellmann's mayo and sliced green olives. Spread onto wholemeal bread, sprinkle with mustard cress and shredded lettuce. Squirt of lemon on the top - voila! perfect sarnie.

bea Sat 09-Apr-05 11:32:05

mmm! in an attempt to become a little ealthier, we have designated thursdays as fish day - as it's bin day the next day!

a real regular is steamed bass with ginger and spring onions... and rice! hmmm! it's my chinese genes calling!

also jamie olivers fantastic fish pie....

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