How do these shrimp get so crispy? A light dusting of cornstarch along with a few dry spices. Simple, right? This dinner is ready in less than 20 minutes.
Cream as a poaching liquid for salmon is simple but indulgent—it makes a luxurious sauce, but you still get the benefit of omega 3s and a healthy dose of leafy greens.
Ditch the deep fryer and try a healthy, easy version of fish and chips. This family favourite is ready in less than 30 minutes.
For nights when you really have to eat and run, filets of salmon, trout and thick whitefish such as halibut, are ideal for roasting.
Here's the thing, you want a fancy dinner that's not fussy. Welcome this shrimp scampi into rotation. It comes together in a flash using freezer and pantry essentials. Perfect for any weeknight dinner and impressive enough for guests.
Slowly roasting an already fatty fish in even more luxurious fat (here, olive oil) makes it nearly impossible to overcook; plus, you can flavour that oil with whatever you fancy: spices, herbs, citrus, chiles, which will flavour the fish, which is why you’re here.
Wanna know what tastes mighty fine? These mussels paired with some grilled bread for living your best dunk life.
These Asian themed Salmon cakes are crispy, moist and tender. Perfect for a light dinner or lunch.
There are a ton of recipes online for salmon cakes, however, most use mashed potatoes as a binder. Boy are they missing out. Turns out brown rice is perfect here, it creates a salmon cake that resembles “Arancini”, which are beautiful crispy Italian rice balls.
Fresh filet is the ultimate fast food – it cooks in just 10 minutes, with plenty of room on the baking sheet for veggies.