This seafood dish tastes luxurious with the rich flavour of the tomatoes in the passata and the red wine, drawing out the calamari’s subtle flavour. Serve in an attractive large dish as the centrepiece of a special meal.
This soup is quick and easy to prepare and requires little cooking experience, making it a great introduction to this wholesome fish!
Draw out the delicate flavour of salmon with enticing citrusy flavours.
A hearty, healthy dish that the entire family will enjoy.
Salmon cakes make a great mid-week dinner served with salad and fries or boiled potatoes.
This delicious recipe works well with a crisp green salad and a fresh baguette. Serve with a traditional Spanish wine like Rioja and savour the taste of this wonderful country.
Enjoy the fresh taste of shrimps in this recipe combined with a delicious array of herbs and vegetables to really draw out their flavour. As its name suggests, this dish makes the perfect choice for the spring or summer months.
This is one of our favourite trout recipes. It’s so simple and full of flavour that you will want to make it for a regular weekday meal. Serve with plain rice and a salad for a really healthy dish with a high nutrition content.
This recipe is brimming with exciting flavours and is good for you! Enjoy it as a light meal or as a starter to complement other seafood dishes.
No Christmas feast would be complete without prawns at the table. This simple, lively recipe mixes up the flavours and adds a different vibe to your meal.
Scallops and mangos are both common in Australia. Why not put them together for the perfect Christmas feast? This simple recipe infuses some mango and red pepper, adding a sweet and spicy flavour to your delicate scallops.
A true Australian delicacy, Sydney Rock oysters can be found in the waters stretching from southern Queensland down to Victoria. Renowned for their rich flavour, these oysters work well with the aromatic nutmeg and saffron in this recipe.
St Helens on the north-east coast of Tasmania is famed for its fresh and delicious oysters. They are the perfect ingredient for this easy-to-make frittata, suitable for a substantial breakfast or a satisfying brunch.
Coffin Bay oysters from South Australia are raised in the clean, freshwater of this part of Australia, making them a quality oyster to enjoy cooking and eating. This simple recipe contrasts the creaminess of the oyster with the tanginess of tomatoes for a perfect taste combination.
You will be amazed at how quick and easy this restaurant-grade recipe is to make. Simply prepare your lobster and cook carefully for a few minutes. The result? Juicy lobster tails that are both tasty and nutritious.