Recipes


  • Heart salmon fishcake

    For a bit of fun, we have the Heart Salmon Fishcake because nothing says “True Love” like a fishcake! A really simple fishcake recipe that you can make in any shape you like.

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  • Cooking for Christmas

    Are you feeding non-meat eaters this year? A really effective fishy centre piece that’s really quick to prepare and easy to serve could be the answer – Roast Crusted Salmon With Feta And Cranberries Roast Crusted Salmon with Feta and Cranberries Is a really festive alternative. All you need to do is buy a whole […]

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  • Fish is the dish

    Fancy having an alternative Christmas dinner this year? Then checkout out this alternative recipe from Seafish. Your starter – Prawns in Blankets Prep time: 30 minutes; Cooking time: 10 minutes; Serves: 4; Skill level: Easy Peasy Ingredients 2 slices prosciutto 16 raw, peeled, jumbo prawns, deveined 8 sticks rosemary, leaves removed from all but the […]

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  • Forgotten fish stew

    This stew is a stunning way to celebrate winter’s wealth of fresh seasonal fish in an easy-to-make one-pot wonder, says Tom Hunt.

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  • Cedar Planked Salmon

    Is there any fish tastier and meatier than salmon? Salmon is a versatile fish, very popular and easy to cook. This cedar planked salmon, cooked on a BBQ, is the ideal recipe if you want to serve something different to steak or juicy burgers.  Why not try this before the cold weather sets in. A […]

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  • Mexican Style Crab Cake Tacos with Roasted Jalapeno and Lime Aoli

    As a native Californian who grew up beachside, tacos made with ingredients from the Pacific Ocean are a hallmark for Amber. Traditionally, crab cakes are served on their own; delectable, buttery discs of sweet crab meat and fluffy bread crumbs, served with a cream-based sauce of some sort and perhaps a light side salad. Amber […]

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  • Wild Alaska Pacific Cod with Mixed Seafood in a Thai Style Broth

    This particular flavourful dish was created by Jose Souto – a Senior Chef Lecturer in Culinary Arts at Westminster Kingsway College. Jose has a particular interest and specialisation in fish sustainability and the provenance of food. He has previously worked with many companies looking at ways of promoting their food products and teaching students about […]

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  • Caribbean spiced tilapia with coriander and lime

    This is a super-tasty way to serve tilapia, says Tom Hunt: the spices add an explosive flavour, and the lime cuts through both, bringing the dish to zinging life.

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  • WILD ALASKA HALIBUT, BAKED IN BEEF AND ONION BUTTER, CRISPY CAVOLO & RAMSON CAPER PESTO

    Adam Reid During his trip to Alaska in June 2016, the celebrated Adam Reid went halibut fishing to experience the fishing industry first hand. He caught, cooked and ate his own halibut creation. Adam is a passionate advocate for Alaska Seafood, having taken on the role as brand ambassador in the UK and places great […]

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  • Char-Grilled Tuna with Aubergine and Chilli Relish

    After the “beast from the east” comes sunshine at last! Enjoy it while it lasts! If you can’t bbq this weekend, why not try char-grilling some seafood as a lovely alternative to burgers and bangers. Fish has so many, great, nutritional benefits going for it, it’s a fantastic source of protein and typically low in […]

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  • Grilled Mackerel with Chilli and Ginger Baste

    Oily fish including mackerel and herring have high levels of the health-giving Omega 3 known to benefit the heart, help keep cholesterol levels under control and thought to reduce the likelihood of some cancers – all good reasons to try and include these oily fish in your diet a few times each week.   Serves […]

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  • Roast crusted salmon with feta and cranberries

    Quick to prepare and easy to serve, this fishy centerpiece makes a really festive alternative to the traditional spread if you’re feeding non-meat eaters this Christmas, says CJ Jackson.

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