Don’t knock the classics. This looks so impressive and, frankly, so 70s, but so what?
The relish, packed full of garlic, red Asian shallots and chillies, with sweet, salty and sour flavourings, really lifts the grilled tuna in this dish.
Trine Hahnemann shares her recipe for a moreish monkfish dish with silky butter and spices.
Fish at its finest – this smoked trout is bursting with freshness.
Tender and tastebud tantalising – Simon Rogan’s brill recipe is brilliant indeed.
In this comforting hake recipe, two big flavours are brought together, the sage and the mushrooms, but they complement the fish very well.
This refreshing, spicy dish of fresh fish ‘cooked’ in a bright citrus marinade comes layered up with avocado and red onion – serve it with crunchy tortillas and salsa for a taste of food with fire.
Fighting off an autumn cold? There’s no denying the effect wasabi can have on the respiratory system. Here, the flavours of salmon and wasabi are a perfect match
This monkfish recipe looks very impressive when you put it on the table. Easy for a party as you don’t need to do much – just enjoy.
This vibrant combination provides a taste of sunshine no matter what the weather.
Heavenly clams, squid and fresh fish make up the key ingredients to this Portuguese feast.
Nothing but fresh, filling goodness.
This dish works best with black squid ink pasta, which creates a dramatic dish worth devouring.
A summery dish with zing – this salmon plate is bursting with refreshing flavour.
You will find this dish being cooked at any street-food stall or restaurant along the central coast of Vietnam. It is a local favourite, as it is simple, fresh and delicious.
Two words. Simple and succulent.
Speedy to cook on the barbecue and delicious with it too.
The 1970s are back… well, they should be, as people seem to love stuff like this when you serve it at home.
This looks very impressive considering that you don’t really make anything, and it’s great for dinner parties.
This octopus dish really hits the spot.