This is an easy option when entertaining - they can be made in advance and the contrast of creamy fish and zingy, crunchy salad is superb!
A lovely, light starter originally from Delia'sHappy Christmas that will always fit the bill any time of year
This is a good family recipe and provides quite an interesting way of offering fish to children. Young-at-heart adults have also been known to sing its praises. You can use Greenland halibut or hoki instead of cod or haddock.
Use any firm white-fleshed fish such as cod, haddock or pollack for this recipe. Dusting the fish with flour and Parmesan adds a lovely golden crust. The Romesco sauce - made from walnuts - is the finishing touch.
This is virtually an all-in-one meal cooked under the grill, except perhaps it needs a few new potatoes and a green salad to accompany it.
This is a wonderful recipe that transforms the humble haddock, cod or whiting into something really special.
The first of the season’s Jersey Royals need absolutely no adornment, but this very quick and easy smoked haddock recipe gives you pools of creamy sauce flavoured with chives, which is perfect to dip them into.
The absence of high street fishmongers nowadays always poses problems, so it's important to point out that this recipe can be made using all frozen shellfish and any variety of white fish.
This recipe can be made using plaice, sea bass, cod or haddock
Made with smoked haddock this is good as a light lunch with some home-made wholemeal bread or toast, it is also a perfect starter for a Hogmanay or Burns Night supper
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