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  • orzo salad

    Orzo salad with salmon and pesto

    Orzo salad with salmon and pesto is a filling and vibrant salad, perfect for a light supper or healthy lunch. Salmon is a great source of brain-boosting Omega 3 fatty acids, and the green vegetables in this orzo salad recipe make it rich in antioxidants. With the carbohydrate rich orzo pasta as a base, which provides your body’s main source of energy, this orzo salad with salmon and pesto is a perfectly balanced meal.

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  • pesto salmon en croute

    Pesto salmon en croute

    This show-stopping pesto salmon en croute makes a great alternative main and is easier than you’d think to make. Crisp and buttery puff pastry is wrapped around succulent salmon fillets with an extra kick of flavour from the pesto. Make sure you buy all butter puff pastry for this pesto salmon en croute, it makes such a difference!

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  • creamy fish pie

    Creamy fish pie

    Our creamy fish pie is a luxurious winter dish made with cod, salmon and king prawns in a flavour-packed sauce with a cheesy breadcrumb topping. This comforting dish can be prepared in advance and frozen, so you can just throw in the oven and enjoy a homemade meal on evenings where you don’t have time to cook. This rich and creamy fish pie is the perfect winter warmer that is packed with good-for-you fish. This tasty and indulgent dish is a great way to get any fussy eaters in the family to eat more fish.

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  • Salmon en croute

    Salmon en croute

    This delicious salmon en croute recipe is a real classic. Perfect for special occasions, this delicious recipe combines layers of crisp pastry, spinach and fish to make an impressive treat for a special meal. And if you've got guests to impress, this will really do the trick. This recipe serves 6 people and will take around 45 mins to prepare and cook. It's the perfect alternative to your Christmas turkey or roast chicken for Sunday dinner. Salmon en croute is also a great party favourite that you'll want to make time and time again.

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  • salmon burger

    Salmon burgers

    Salmon burgers are a fresh and tasty alternative to a regular beef burger. We’ve marinated our salmon in lime, soy and honey before cooking so that it is packed with flavour. Wassabi adds a great punch to these salmon burgers, but if it is too spicy for your liking, you could serve with a lemon mayo instead. Beef burgers may be a barbecue favourite, but salmon is a healthy and delicious alternative. This super fish is packed with omega 3 fatty acids, which help boost brain function. What’s more, by having this grilled salmon fillet burger instead of a processed pre-made beef burger, you are cutting out any nasty additives and preservatives. We’ve used one large salmon fillet, then cut into four before serving, but you could also use individual fillets if you prefer. The way we have prepared and cooked the salmon is perfect for a burger, but would also make a delicious light meal when served with an Asian salad or rice noodles. Make a change from the normal barbecue fare and try these zesty and flavourful salmon burgers.

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  • chimichurri salmon

    Chimichurri salmon

    Chimichurri salmon is an easy but impressive dish that is packed with flavour. Chimichurri is an Argentinian sauce that is often paired with meats, especially steak. It is full of fresh and fragrant flavour with a kick of spice, and we think it works really well with salmon. This super sauce requires no cooking at all, so is really quick and easy to prepare. You could make the sauce in advance, then all you have to do is simply cook the salmon before serving. It is the perfect way to add flavour and colour to your dishes, with minimal effort required. Chimichurri salmon is a great weeknight dinner, try serving it with rice or potatoes and some green vegetables, or flake the salmon through a salad for a lighter mid week meal. Salmon is an excellent source of protein and omega 3 fatty acids, helping to boost brain function and improve your memory. Pairing this healthy fish with a punchy sauce is the perfect way to make healthy eating tasty and interesting. You could make extra chimichurri sauce and keep the rest to add flavour to rice salads or plain meat dishes. Give your salmon supper some Argentinian flair with this vibrant chimichurri salmon recipe.

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  • salmon pie

    Salmon pie

    Our salmon pie is a delicious comfort food for the colder months whilst still making sure you get a weekly dose of fish. This salmon pie is luxurious and rich and the perfect dish after a wet and windy day. Either a week night treat or a perfect meal to impress ever the scariest of mother-in-laws!

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  • salmon hash

    Salmon hash

    Salmon hash is a healthy and filling brunch dish that is packed with flavour. The combination of both eggs and smoked salmon means that this salmon hash is high in protein, helping you to stay fuller for longer. Salmon is a great source of brain-boosting omega 3 fatty acids, and eggs provide selenium and vitamin B2, so this breakfast gives you a nutritious start to the day. This salmon hash is a great way to use up any leftover cooked potatoes or salmon you might have, and transform them into a delicious breakfast to share.

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  • salmon and potato salad

    Salmon and potato salad

    Salmon and potato salad is a bright and flavourful meal, packed with nutritious vegetables and delicious flakes of hot smoked salmon. It is so easy to make but gives such impressive results. The punchy mustard dressing has a hint of sweetness from the maple syrup and enhances the flavour of your salmon and potato salad ingredients. The pistachio nuts provide a satisfying crunch, and the radishes give the salad a beautiful burst of colour. Hot smoked salmon is available in most supermarkets and gives the salad a luxurious touch. This salmon and potato salad is full of brain boosting omega 3 fish oils and iron. It is a healthy and filling dish is perfect for summer get togethers.

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  • Broccoli and salmon pasta

    This delicious salmon pasta recipe is a real family favourite. Ready in just 20 mins, this broccoli and salmon tagliatelle dish serves 4 people and is great for using up leftovers too. This superfood-packed fish pasta recipe is full of protein and contains a third of your recommended daily allowance of Vitamin C, so get it down the kids too. If you don't have salmon choose other fish instead like cod, haddock or tuna. Store leftovers of this salmon pasta in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days. Serve cold or reheat thoroughly to serve. Sprinkle with chopped chilli to give an extra kick of flavour to this creamy salmon pasta.

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  • Fearne Cotton Salmon tray bake

    Fearne Cotton's salmon tray bake

    Fearne Cotton's salmon tray bake is a quick and easy midweek dinner you can make in less than one hour. With plenty of veg including asparagus and tomatoes, this salmon dish is a great way to get your family - especially the kids - to eat their 5-a-day! Salmon is also rich in omega-3, which has multiple health benefits including improving heart health. To make this salmon tray bake, you will only need 10 minutes to prep and then let the oven do the hard work for another 35 mins - quick and easy! Fearne says: 'I love a tray bake as you get to whack a whole host of foods and flavours together, which makes it quick to make and also extremely flavoursome. Each ingredient seeps into the next, complementing each other and adding to the overall deliciousness. This is a very simple and easy recipe but will feed four hungry faces very well indeed. It is a good-looking, no-messing dish that is bursting with great protein and healthy veg!'

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  • BBQ salmon

    BBQ salmon with quick tomato salsa

    This BBQ salmon with salsa puts a tropical twist on your standard barbecue fare, and is perfect for enjoying in the summer sun. The sweet and slightly spicy salsa pairs perfectly with the oily salmon to create a filling and flavourful dish. Opting for salmon instead of your usual burgers and sausages not only makes a refreshing change but could also be better for your health, as oily fish like salmon are full of brain-boosting Omega-3 fatty acids and are a great source of vitamin D. Although we think this is the perfect combo, you can use this tasty salsa as a dip for other barbecue meat, fish or veggies. It works really well with spicy flavours like peri-peri or jerk marinaded chicken. To keep things light you can have this as a complete supper, but if you're feeling particularly hungry then feel free to bulk it up. We love a few steamed potatoes on the side, or some spicy rice to make sure we stay feeling full all evening long (which avoids the biscuit-tin-temptation). Why not try this quick and super simple alternative at your next barbecue!

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