Easiest Ever Fish Dishes

Sometime ago I wrote about a fantastic offer Waitrose do at their fish counter. They call it Garnish & Go and you can read that blog post here. However, you don’t have to go to Waitrose to buy your fish. For years now, inspired by Jamie Oliver, I have baked fish in a tin foil parcel. Here are three recipes using this idea:

Lemon Salmon

Ingredients:

1 piece of salmon
1 tbsp lemon juice

Method:
1. Heat oven to 180ο
2. Place salmon on a baking tray or in ovenproof dish, drizzle lemon juice over.
3. Cover with tin foil
4. Cook for approx 15-20 mins

Serving suggestions:

New potatoes, carrots, green beans. Alternatively serve with heated mixed vegetables.

Mustard Trout

Ingredients:
1 fillet of rainbow trout
2 tsp English mustard
1 tsp lemon juice

Method:
1. Heat oven to 180ο
2. Place salmon on a baking tray or in ovenproof dish, spread mustard over flesh of fish, drizzle lemon juice over.
3. Cover with tin foil
4. Cook for approx 15-20 mins.

Serving suggestions:

New potatoes, peas, roasted cherry tomatoes. Alternatively serve with heated mixed vegetables.

Seared Tuna

Ingredients
1 tbsp lime juice
1 piece fresh tuna
2 tsp chilli sauce

Method:
1. Pour lime juice over tuna and leave to marinate while you heat griddle pan or frying pan to very hot.
2. Cook both sides of tuna until coloured and remove to plate, this will keep tuna moist and pink in middle but seared on the outside.
3. Drizzle chilli sauce over tuna, serve.

Serving suggestions:

Packet of flavoured cous cous and green salad.

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