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Seasonal Fish Recipes: Winter

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As the nights get darker and winter is upon us, we’re sharing some of our favourite seasonal fish recipes that are perfect for colder evenings.

Fish can be the perfect key ingredient for a delicious winter meal, from haddock to mussels keep reading to discover some dishes that you can try at home.

 

BAKED SMOKED HADDOCK

This Baked Smoked Haddock dish is warming and totally delicious for a wet and windy evening. Combining deliciously smoked haddock, available in store, with Mull Cheddar sauce – serve with a side of champ and enjoy!

Check out the recipe and try it for yourself!

 

THAI SEAFOOD BROTH

This broth recipe combines salmon and prawns with delicious Thai flavours to create a quick and easy dish. Another great fish dish for a cold evening!

Want to give it a go? Read the recipe.

 

MONKFISH AND MUSSEL BROTH

Another broth, but this time creating a sauce with white wine and cream with fillets of monkfish and fresh mussels. Ideally served with some crusty sourdough bread!

Take a look at the recipe and try this at home.

 

Don’t forget to check in store for fish availability and if you have any questions on how to get the best results from your fish dish, our fishmongers will be more than happy to help.

Do you have a favourite fish dish that you enjoy in the winter months? We’d love to hear from you – share a photo and tag us on social media!

Our shop in Perth, Scotland is open Tuesday – Friday from 8am to 3pm, and Saturday from 8am to 1pm.

 

 

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