Recipes by Di Swann
A simple risotto with lemon, fresh herbs and tuna. Prego!
After a busy weekend, why make Sunday night tea more complex than it has to be. Give yourself a break!
Eggs, asparagus or green beans, tuna, mixed beans and French bread get together in this tasty summer walk-in salad.
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?