Seafood & Fish Recipes
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Seafood & Fish Recipes
These distinct Asian flavours blend beautifully to create a tasty curry! Quick, easy and perfect for entertaining.
A healthy and refreshing meal for 2 or double the recipe for 4. The lovely buttery flavours of the Orange Roughy go so well with this Mango salsa, you’ll think you’re on an island vacation.
Fish, everyone’s favourite dish! Especially when you barbecue a nice fillet of fish and serve it with baby new potatoes and a lovely feta salad.
A meal that looks as good as it tastes. Conjure it up for a dinner party or just treat the family to a special gourmet experience.
These beer battered fish fillets are fabulously crispy and perfect accompanied with a tasty parsley and cashew nut pesto potato salad.
Friends dropping in? Or need a tasty starter? This is sure to be a winner. Make the dip ahead of time and keep refrigerated until required makes entertaining easy.
If you were on holiday in Thailand, you’d treat yourself to a dish like this and rave about it when you got home. Why wait?
Make your own Californian Rolls like a pro with this easy D.I.Y. recipe.
Brighten up your day with the refreshing lime zing and a touch of chilli. It tastes delicious and did I say good for you too?
New Zealand mussels are plentiful, inexpensive and delicious – make the most of them with this wonderful Asian- style dish.
Stir fries are nutritious, delicious and so easy to prepare. This stirring creation mixes the low fat, protein-packed power of tuna with rice and your recommended daily allowance of fresh vegetables. It’s a no-fuss recipe that’s good-to-go when you’re rushed off your feet.
A tasty fish curry with a butter chicken twist.
Asian flavours are popular in many Kiwi kitchens. Prawns marinated in coriander and lime combined with rice noodles, summer vegetables and fresh herbs make a delicious, light and refreshing meal - perfect for a blue-sky day.
Summer courgettes and new potatoes make this a superb seasonal dish and the tuna with a hint of lime and cracked pepper add a zing you will enjoy.
A salad that marries crisp pear, carrots, red cabbage and red onion with tuna chunks and mint.
Finding it hard to get the kids to eat their vegetables? Try serving them with this sweet and sour sauce – it will definitely help, especially when the veges are served on crispy crumbed fish.
Who needs the chips? This crispy,crumbed fish dish ticks all the boxes for a delicious dinner in next to no time.
Lemon and fish are the perfect combination. This tasty and easily prepared lemon and herb risotto makes a delicious accompaniment with my simply crumbed Hoki fillets.
Nervous about cooking fish? Don’t be. This crunchy fish is seriously good and super easy to prepare.