Over 80% of the UK’s favourite fish is made up of the BIG 5: tuna, salmon, cod, haddock and prawns but there’s plenty more fish in the sea. As the UK’s largest retailer of MSC certified sustainable fish we’re showcasing delicious alternative varieties to tempt you re-plaice a few of your favourite dishes and switch the fish!
A tasty trout recipe of flaked fish on a mix of kale, seasonal vegetables and nutty risotto rice, this delicious dish is a great alternative to the usual cod. Garnish with parmesan for added depth and lemon zest for zing. See recipe for Risotto with trout and kale.
Served with roasted cherry tomatoes and whole black olives, this delicately flavoured lemon sole is perfectly accompanied by a bed of butter bean mash. See recipe for Roasted lemon sole with butter bean mash.
This Thai twist on a classic mussel broth fuses fragrant Thai flavours in coconut milk with pak choi and chillies. Garnished with coriander and a lime wedge, this tasty broth will have you wiping the bowl clean with the remains of your bread. See recipe for Thai mussel broth.
A great combination of salad served with sizzled coley with a crispy skin, this colourful plate has spring’s signature all over it. See recipe for Crisp-skinned coley fillets & sesame stir-fry salad.
Sea bass with a medley of Mediterranean flavours, this lightly spiced fish is an ideal pairing with Moroccan couscous and griddled vegetables. See recipe for Harissa sea bass with griddled vegetables & couscous.
Light, crispy coated pollock with parsley and spiced with cayenne pepper, even those who aren’t gluten free will find themselves going back for more bites! See recipe for Gluten-free fish fingers.
A tasty combination of succulent salmon fillets, fresh herbs and sweet cherry tomatoes all roasted together for a juicy parcel. See recipe for Baked salmon parcels with lemon and herb butter.
A creamy risotto of crème fraîche, spinach and seasonal vegetables all topped with smoked haddock and sprinkles of parmesan. See recipe for Smoked haddock and spinach risotto.
Don’t be fooled by the ease of this one-pan dinner, the layers of onions, potatoes and courgettes all topped with succulent fish fillets and herbs make this a go-to dish. See recipe for Fish, courgette and potato bake.
Perfect party pieces, these mini Thai bites are a sure crowd pleaser and with sweet chilli sauce on the side you might soon find you didn’t quite make enough… See recipe for Mini Thai-style fishcakes.