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  • BBQ Hake Tacos with Fresh Peach Salsa image

    BBQ Hake Tacos with Fresh Peach Salsa

    Serve up these tasty skewers and let guests build their own perfect fish tacos! We’ve used hake here, but you can use any firm, white fish fillets.

  • Monkfish & Asparagus Risotto image

    Monkfish & Asparagus Risotto

    Take comfort food to a new level with this luxurious risotto. It’s a fairly simple recipe that makes the most of its wonderful ingredients – a fair bit of stirring is involved, but the end result is well worth it! Serves 2

  • Pollock with Leeks & Soft Herbs image

    Pollock with Leeks & Soft Herbs

    Fresh from West-Country waters, pollock is a great-tasting and more sustainable alternative to cod. Here, it’s paired with a creamy leek sauce and fresh herbs, for a taste of springtime. Serves 4.

  • Oven-Baked Sea Bass image

    Oven-Baked Sea Bass

    Delicious sea bass stars in this simple, healthy traybake. Packed full of sunny Mediterranean flavours, it’s great with a lemon-dressed green salad and a glass of your favourite vino. Serves 4.

  • Pan-Fried Whiting with Mussels, Cider, Potatoes image

    Pan-Fried Whiting with Mussels, Cider, Potatoes

    Somewhat unfairly, Whiting is less popular than many of its cousins in the Cod family. With delicious firm flesh and a mild, sweet flavour, it’s a great option for any recipe requiring white fish – we urge you to give it a try!

  • Monkfish Bourride with Aioli Recipe image

    Monkfish Bourride with Aioli Recipe

    Originally from the Provence region of France, this fish stew is flavoured with a wonderfully aromatic garlic sauce, aïoli – if you have any extra aioli, it’s delicious spread on crusty bread. We’ve used monkfish here, but most firm-fleshed white fish would also be fine.

  • Whiting with Canellini Puree & Pickled Radishes image

    Whiting with Canellini Puree & Pickled Radishes

    Known for its firm, lean flesh and delicate taste, whiting is a more sustainable – and more economical – alternative to cod. Here, it’s paired with a warm garlicky bean purée and some bright pickled radishes for extra crunch.

  • Rosemary & Lemon-Roast Monkfish image

    Rosemary & Lemon-Roast Monkfish

    Monkfish pairs well with bold flavours – here, it’s roasted in a simple but elegant herb rub. Serve with crushed potatoes and seasonal veg or salad for a satisfying meal.

  • Mitch Tonks's Pollack with Young Greens image

    Mitch Tonks's Pollack with Young Greens

    There’s nothing Mitch Tonks doesn’t know when it comes to cooking fish – thoughtful, unfussy and a joy to eat, his recipes always let the seafood shine. Here, simply-cooked Pollack is plated with just-wilted greens and a buttery, mustard-spiked sauce – delicious! Serves 2.

  • Monkfish with Parma Ham and Pesto image

    Monkfish with Parma Ham and Pesto

    Great to look at and even better to eat, these Parma-ham wrapped monkfish parcels look way more labour-intensive than they are – perfect if you want to impress! Serve with some simply-dressed salad leaves and a wedge or two of fresh lemon.

  • Pollock Curry Recipe image

    Pollock Curry Recipe

    Sometimes nothing beats a good curry – and when you can make your own, why bother with takeaway? We’ve used our lovely locally-caught Pollock here, but you can easily substitute most other white fish (Pollock is a member of the Cod family).

  • Barbecued Hake Pesto Parcels Recipe image

    Barbecued Hake Pesto Parcels Recipe

    With its firm flesh and mild taste, hake pairs well with robust flavours. Here, it’s teamed with pesto, olives and vibrant veg and foil-baked on the barbecue. Delicious!

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