Recipes by Di Swann
Tuscan food is big on flavour – and this wonderful fish made with Tuscan-style tomatoes, broad beans and olives is no exception.
An easy-to-prepare tuna pasta bake, flavoured with tuna and topped with a tasty grated cheese. Delicious served with a fresh green salad.
Fussy children? Busy schedules? No time to shop? Here’s a recipe that is everything you’re looking for.
Whip up a nutritious and delicious meal packed with essential omega-3 and the much-loved flavours of Asia. Tender calamari rings blend with mild chilli sauce, fresh coriander, stir-fry vegetables and toasted sesame seeds in a light combination that tastes so right!
Fishing for a compliment? Try this risotto dish which takes boring old rice and fish and turns them into a culinary extravaganza! The fish is mixed with lime and coriander to create tasty fritters, while the risotto and vegetables add traditional Thai flavours to the dish.
Dreaming of a Thai escape? This delicious calamari curry with the quintessentially Thai taste of coconuts should tide you over till your next break.
This easy recipe can be made with either prawns or chicken and the flavour has been perfected for you.
Give yourself an omega-3 boost in the best possible taste with this Japanese-inspired creation that’s big on flavour and nutritious ingredients. A sure-fire winner that will win you compliments every time.
Need a light snack or simple entertaining idea? Mashed potatoes make a lovely soft hot cake. Why not try it with cold cooked chicken instead of the fish? Either way it’s a crowd pleaser.
Fish cakes are a great way to make a little tuna go a long way. These can be made with starchy potatoes or kumara.
One bite and they’ll be hooked by this fragrant Thai-inspired laksa mixed with soft and yummy egg noodles.
A quick, fast, tasty meal on the table in fifteen minutes flat!
Baking fish in paper with sweet chilli sauce seals in all the juices and keeps it tender.
Sweet and sour is another one of those all-time favourites and this is a great way to enjoy fish. This recipe is easy enough to make using chicken or pork. Remember to drain the oil well after cooking the fish to keep the fat level down.
Low on fat but full of flavour, this recipe is simple and sure to become a favourite. It can be easily halved or doubled to suit your household, although you may need to alter the cooking time a little.
This is the ultimate in comfort food: smoked fish in a creamy corn sauce, topped with easy mashed potato.
A few simple ingredients are all you need for a tasty salad – great for family meals, picnics and barbecues.
A rich seafood sauce using fish, mussels and red wine with Wattie’s Chunky Tomato and Roasted Garlic Pasta Sauce. Pass the parmesan!
We’ve got summer snacks wrapped. These tasty salmon and melon combos are ideal for lunch, or sliced into bite-sized bits for nibbles with drinks.
Whip this up for a great winter dinner in front of the fire, then put your feet up and tell the kids it’s their turn to do the dishes!