Healthy fish recipes
Give your sea bream a fragrant lift with fresh ginger, soy sauce, red chilli and spring onions. This dish – which has 331 calories per portion – is best made in a steamer but is still easy to cook without one.
Fry fragrant spices with juicy king prawns and sweet peppers for a high-protein, low-calorie midweek meal, ready in less than half an hour.
Try our Scandinavian-inspired dinner of salmon with beetroot and dill pickles, which just happens to be under 350 calories. The beautiful colours make it special enough for the weekend, but easy for a midweek supper too.
Check out our punchy paprika cod one-pot with juicy tomatoes. This simple traybake is an easy, low-calorie midweek meal for when you’re short on time but still want something healthy.
Check out our vibrant fish curry recipe with Caribbean curry powder, punchy Scotch bonnet chillies and creamy coconut milk. It’s hard to believe that it has fewer than 350 calories.
Check out this flavour-packed tuna steak with zingy lemon bulgar wheat salad. Ready in 30 minutes, this low-calorie recipe is a quick and easy midweek meal for two.
This quick spicy mango-glazed fish is low in calories and gluten-free. The mango salsa adds a perfect kick to this super simple meal, with each portion coming in at under 200 calories.
This fish curry with tomatoes and tamarind is a super easy recipe, ready in 30 minutes and under 250 calories but is packed with fantastic flavours. It’s perfect for a midweek meal or weekend comfort food.
Fresh mangetout is crisp and sweet and lends great crunch to summer dishes. This recipe pairs it with pea, fennel and smoked trout, and packs in lots of big flavours. Ready in just 20 minutes, it’s a light and healthy meal option.
Our smoked trout, new potato and grilled cucumber salad is a great light and healthy dish to make for a summer BBQ, with fewer than 220 calories. You need a BBQ with a lid that closes and wood chips to create the smoke for the trout and potatoes. If you don’t want to smoke your own fish, you can use lightly smoked raw trout or salmon and cook it in the oven instead.
Eating healthily doesn’t have to mean compromising on good food. This miso-glazed sea bass with ginger greens is quick and easy to make and under 300 calories per serving.