These salmon skewers with wasabi root vegetable mash are rich and flavoursome – easy comfort food at its best.
Beer-cured salmon? It might sound bizarre, but in the capable hands of Michelin chef Nathan Outlaw, it’s a wow-provoking combination.
This looks very impressive considering that you don’t really make anything, and it’s great for dinner parties.
Dale Pinnock’s sesame soy salmon with vegetables and coconut rice is an Asian-fusion dish with serious filling power.
Keeping it raw – get summer started by serving up Eleanor Maidment’s salmon with citrus kale & black rice.
This fennel-cured salmon with cucumber & lemon crème fraîche is the perfect starter for a summer dinner with friends.
Packed with omega 3 fatty acids, this smoked salmon, beetroot and minted yoghurt wrap is a wonderful portable lunch.
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
A summery dish with zing – this salmon plate is bursting with refreshing flavour.
Two words. Simple and succulent.
This yin and yang recipe delivers the best of both worlds.
Crisp and satisfying – this is a lovely, super-simple way of getting your good fats in.
Soy good – and soy simple.
This smoked salmon bite is ideal for a spring snack.
Try a taste of Japan in your own kitchen with this comforting salmon recipe.
Simple and quick to put together, this indulgently crispy salmon can be prepared hours in advance.
A citrus marinade is perfect for oilier fish such as salmon. This ponzu kale poke is full of zesty flavour – grab a bowl and dig in.
Curing doesn’t take as long as you would expect and it’s a simple, healthy way to eat fish. Instead of just using lemon to cure the fish, this recipe uses gin to take it to the next level.