Recipes by Di Swann
Make fish everyone’s favourite dish! Succulent hoki fillets on a bed of fettuccine pasta in a creamy wine sauce.
Hoki is a versatile and delicious fish. Here, it sits centre stage while those three renowned performers, lemon, tomato and basil, add their distinctive tastes to a rustic Italian base of garlic pasta. Bellissimo!
A tasty way to enjoy salmon with the traditional flavours of lemon and dill. Just like a restaurant meal at home for a fraction of the price.
Light, nutritious and a breeze to prepare, this zesty creation is a welcome introduction to the salads of summer ahead.
Pilaf is an Indian 'one pan' rice dish made with basmati rice. An easy-to-prepare dish with an Indian twist.
It’s fast, it’s fresh, it’s French, it’s fabulous. What else do you need to know?
This is a great curry when you’re in a hurry. Served with a delicious banana raita – a traditional yoghurt-based accompaniment to Indian food.
A hearty, creamy concoction of smoked fish, pumpkin, tomatoes and corn topped off with a cheesy muffin topping.
Dill, lemon and fish − a match made in heaven. This makes a special meal for guests any night.
A salad that marries crisp pear, carrots, red cabbage and red onion with tuna chunks and mint.
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 tasty fish curry with a butter chicken twist.
New Zealand mussels are plentiful, inexpensive and delicious – make the most of them with this wonderful Asian- style dish.
Brighten up your day with refreshing lime zing and a touch of chilli. It tastes delicious, and did we mention it's good for you too?
Make your own Californian Rolls like a pro with this easy DIY recipe.
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?
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 healthy and refreshing meal for 2, or double the recipe for 4. The lovely buttery flavours of the orange roughy go so well with the mango salsa, you’ll think you’re on an island vacation.