Perfect for busy nights, this quick dinner will be cooked in 20 minutes and is very easy to make.
2 Tassal fresh salmon portions, skin off
1 pack Fettuccini pasta
½ cup thickened cream
1 Tbsp chives
Step 1 Pre heat oven to 200°C. Place salmon on a lined baking tray and bake for 15 mins.
Step 2 Cook pasta to packet instructions, drain then add cream and chopped chives and place in a bowl.
These Salmon & Veggie Kebabs are easy to create, cooking in under 10 minutes. This recipe will create 4 kebabs, so double or triple it to create a great family meal.
2 fresh salmon portions, skin off
2 red capsicum
1 cup natural yoghurt, to serve
Step 1 Soak skewers in water. Slice capsicum and zucchini. Cut salmon into strips lengthways.
Step 2 Heat BBQ to ...
These Baked Salmon Fish Fingers are super simple to create and take less than 10 minutes. I was impressed at how these Salmon fish fingers could be made easily for an afternoon snack, early dinner or a quick dinner on busy days. Salmon offers a healthy meal with great nutrients for a growing body.
Serves: 4 0 Time: 25 mins
- 300g Tassal Tasmanian Fresh Salmon, Skin-Off
- 5 Tbsp plain flour
- 2 eggs, beaten
- 2 Tbsp vegetable oil
- 2 cups ofbreadcrumbs...
Lime and Ginger Salmon with Asian greens.
juice of 2 limes,
thumb-sized piece ginger grated,
2 garlic cloves, crushed,
2 tsp low-sodium soy sauce,
2 tbsp rice wine vinegar,
2 skinless salmon fillet
100ml low-sodium chicken stock,
140g pack baby corn,
175g thin-stemmed broccoli,
baby pak choi, bok choi halved,
small bunch spring onions, sliced
Mix lime juice, ginger, ga...
This recipe would work with any 'white' fish, we choose Sea Perch as there are hardly ever bones and the flavour and texture is lovely.
Knob of Butter
Salt & Pepper
1 Tomato, diced
Parsley to garnish.
Crispy skin salmon cooked in burnt butter with rosemary and lemon.
Add salt and black pepper to taste.
Enjoy it with warm steamed rice.
Easy and super delicious!
Recipe provided by Ariani...
We love beer battered fish and this recipe is so easy and simple. There is no need for the traditional battering with eggs, flour then breadcrumbs. This method takes 1 minute to make the batter another to dip your fish and a few minutes to cook them. The kids love the battered taste, the batter works well with Sea Bream, Perch, Whiting and many other fish fillets and eating the fish provides the Omega 3 benefits for your child.
A healthy dish that can be refined to suit your families individual tastes. With the benefit of Omega3 it offers a great way to incorporate fish into your diet.
Using tweezers, find and remove bones from the Salmon
Place the Salmon skin side up
Drizzle olive oil over the skin and sprinkle salt and pepper over the Salmon.
Add oil to a fry pan and heat up.
Place Salmon skin side down and cook for 2-3 minutes until you see the colour of the fish changing half way u...
We kick off month 2 of the Mums Cooking Challenge with the theme of FISH. The idea behind the Mum’s Cooking Challenge is to help families cook new and interesting dishes while also being inspired by viewing other dishes cooked by fellow busy mums. Hopefully together we can learn new and interesting dishes, add some excitement to the cooking routine and come up with great recipe ideas for our community of mums to enjoy. Plus there is an added benefit that not only will you have fun, you can win...
This Honey Rosemary Salmon offers a tasty Salmon dish that’s great for Easter or Good Friday.
3 Tbs butter
1 large salmon fillet
Salt and pepper
1 Tbs rosemary minced
3 Tbs honey
Rub the salt, pepper and rosemary on the flesh side of fish
Place the butter in a stainless steel pan and brown and let melt.
Place the coated fish flesh down in the butter for 5 minutes, so the rosemary and butte...