This meal is coming from two different recipes, but together they make a wonderful combination. Breaded white fish is seasoned, fried, then baked with a tomato cream sauce and served on a tagliatelle nest.
Comfort food at its best, this soup is based on the traditional Scottish recipe â€˜Cullen Skinkâ€™, but updated so it is just as satisfying but lighter in fat and calories, and with added broccoli for extra goodness. Serve with hunks of crusty wholemeal bread.
These tuna turnovers are a great party snack. They are really easy to make and taste good hot or cold.
A huge dish of piping hot fish pie is the ultimate in comfort food, and this version with its green-flecked watercress mash is no exception.
Salmon is marinated in a mixture of butter, oil, Worcestershire sauce, honey mustard, sugar and garlic granules before being grilled to perfection. Serve for lunch or a light dinner.
Tempura is a crispy Japanese frying batter made with egg, flour and carbonated water. It works just as well with beer instead of water. I used a bitter, but you can use your favourite kind of beer.