Panfried Fish

Top view of a white round plate with cooked fillet of fish topped with caper berries, a half lemon on side on green striped napkin next to a fork.

This is one of my favourite ways of cooking fish at home and we eat it regularly at Vinnies for our staff meal because it’s so tasty and quick to prepare. The fillets are in a sort of protective coating of flour and egg and this helps keep the fish beautifully moist, but at the…

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Thai Fish Cake Pitas with Rainbow Salad and Nuoc Cham

Thai Fish Cake Pitas with Rainbow Salad and Nuoc Cham ? Pita breads are such a versatile meal base, and we love the colourful rainbow salad dressed with nuoc cham and fish cakes that these are served with! Prep Time: 20 Minutes Cooking Time: 10 Minutes Serves: 4 Ingredients 8 fish cakes (we love United Fish Co.)…

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Crumbed Fish Wraps with Capers and Vege Chips

Crumbed Fish Wraps with Capers and Vege Chips Crumbed fish is great served in wraps, and we love the tangy caper mayonnaise that pairs so well with it. Served alongside some crispy vegetable chips, you can’t do better! Prep Time: 20 Minutes Cook Time: 35 Minutes Serves: 4 Ingredients 4 crumbed fish fillets (we love United Fish…

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Kedgeree

A red fry-pan full of food topped with boiled egghalves, herbs and lemon wedges.

Smoked fish is a kiwi institution and this kedgeree recipe celebrates all things kaimoana brainfood. This is delicious NZ seafood and rice at its best.

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Spicy BBQ Snapper with Tomato & Melon Salad

Spicy whole snapper with tomato and melon salad You can’t beat fresh fish in summer! The cool tomato and melon salad works beautifully with the tingly tang of the spice rub – summer on a plate! If you don’t have access to snapper, any firm white fish will work fine. Ready in 30 minutes. Serves:…

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Salmon on buckwheat salad

Two cooked pieces of salmon on grain and green salad in oval bowl, on a tray with forks.

The benefits of eating salmon regularly are well-known. Full of omega 3 fatty acids, selenium, vitamins B6 and B12, protein and vitamin D, this delicious fish is good for every part of your body – brain, bones, joints and eyes. Add to it a simple salad, and you’ve got a dinner everyone will enjoy.

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Simple Simon Christmas Salmon

What could be more Kiwi than a side of salmon cooked on the barbecue this Christmas? Simple, quick and very, very tasty, the Greek yoghurt and dukkah cut through the richness of the salmon to create a festive delight of a dish.

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Tangy Thai Salmon

This recipe is an Omega-3 rich Thai salmon dish that will keep your skin looking fresh, glowing and young. Serves 4 To make Tangy Thai Salmon, you will need: Salmon 2-4 salmon fillets (if making more, double the marinade/sauce) 1-3 Tbsp. canola oil (or other vegetable oil) for frying handful of fresh coriander or flat-leaf…

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Classic fish and chips

Fish and chips on white plate.

What could be better on a hot day than the classic kiwi meal that we all know and love. Battered fish and chips are as kiwi as they come and now you can make them in your own kitchen!

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