Five Easy Fish Recipes for the New Year

Five Easy Fish Recipes for the New Year

We all know we should be eating more fish and now with the excess of the holidays behind us it’s the perfect time to broaden your repertoire of fish recipes with these Five Easy Fish Recipes for the New Year. The Dover Sole with browned butter and capers is an elegant easy dinner. It you aren’t comfortable grilling a whole fish ask the fish monger to fillet if for you.

Pairing citrus and ginger with salmon offers a new taste twist to an old standby. Serve with couscous and it is an easy weekday meal. A sea bass fillet quickly cooked in stock and wine served with a lemony tomato sauce vierge makes another easy meal. The scallop bisque could be served at a dinner party or for a romantic dinner for two. And the smoked haddock omelette is a marriage made in heaven!

There is something here for everyone’s taste and skill level.  Click on the links for the recipes and if you live in the Cotswolds, get everything you need for these five easy fish recipes at my favorite place for fish The New Wave Fish Shop in Cirencester.  Co-owner and chef Ben Hoggett, will sort you out with all the ingredients you need to make these dishes and suggestions for other ways to enjoy fish all year long. Mention this post or Cooking with Adrienne and get a 10% discount off your first visit.

A simple Dover Sole fillet with browned butter and capers;

Dover Sole with brown butter sauce and capers

Salmon Fillet with mandarin orange and ginger on a bed of couscous;

Salmon Fillets with Mandarin and Ginger

Sea Bass Fillet with a simple sauce vierge

Sea Bass Sauce Vierge

Scallops Bisque with roasted squash and kale

An easy, elegant Christmas Dinner

Smoked Haddock omelette with an arugula salad

Smoked Haddock Omelette


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