Hawaiian poke – pronounced poh-kay – are wonderfully quick and easy to throw together when you’re in the mood for an Asian inspired dish or sushi but don’t have time to fuss around rolling it up. A combination of fresh fish, avocado and shredded vegetables combine in a bowl seasoned with a combination of toasted sesame seeds and nori known as Furikake this is a delicious salty and crunchy meal in a bowl.
One of the quickest healthy suppers there is, baking fish in a parcel with flavourful leeks and herbs, really maximises flavour. If sole is elusive, this recipe also works well …
This is my favourite healthy soup which proves that diets don’t have to be boring! It’s rich, thick and creamy soup, inspired by a visit to San Francisco. To reduce …
This hearty stew could just as easily be classed as a chunky soup. Leeks and smoked haddock are the perfect bedfellows; however you could also try this dish with some lightly smoked mackerel, kippers or even smoked chicken or ham. It’s really easy to prepare and uses very few ingredients.
The delicate flavour of smoked trout is complemented with creamy leeks, spring onions and a touch of horseradish in this delicious salad
Individual smoked trout and leek mousse delicately wrapped in a pretty parcel.
Regular hard exercise can take its toll on the immune system as levels of valuable vitamins and minerals in the body are depleted. That is why it is important to put them back though a diet rich in immunity boosting nutrients. The mackerel is one of the richest sources of long chain omega 3 fatty acids, needed to counteract inflammation, while the leeks contains powerful antioxidant substances that can help to prevent cell damage. The avocado is a great source of vitamin E needed for immunity and heart health.
Traditional ingredients served in a simple but colourful way. Haddock fillets rolled around a creamy filling combining leeks, spinach and tangy goats’ cheese; the lemony flavour of which compliments the haddock to perfection.
A delicious rich leek flavoured potato rosti topped with monkfish skewered onto a kebab of lemon grass. The rosti mix can be made in advance, chilled and then cooked to order. Likewise prepare the kebabs and leave in the marinade for up to 24 hours before cooking.