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When the weather warms up and you crave something light yet tasty think fish. There is such an amazing array of fresh fish and seafood all caught of our glorious coast that it’s a shame we don’t indulge in it a lot more often.

Ireland has some of the most pristine fishing waters in the world, where generations of fishermen have landed catches of fresh and seawater fish. Now prized for its health giving properties, fish’s rising popularity is evident in the range of seafood on offer in local  fishmongers and supermarkets. There’s enough variety to eat fish all week and not get bored. It’s also a very economical dinner with mussels, mackerel and trout being particularly inexpensive. Try salmon, tuna and mackerel which are rich in omega 3 fatty acids, vitamin D and lean protein. They combine anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties helping to reduce inflammation such as rheumatoid arthritis, protect brain and heart health and  reduce symptoms of depression. Prawns are rich in calcium and zinc, which are all good for bones, teeth and skin; prawns and mussels both contain iodine which help an underactive thyroid produce tyrosine – they’re low in fat (except when smothered in Marie-rose sauce!). White fish such as cod, haddock, plaice and John Dory all help build lean mussel.  Fish is versatile, tasty healthy and quick – and there’s not many things you can say that about!

Fish Parcels with Root Vegetables
Mackerel with tomato and courgette concasse
Prawn Skewers with Asian Greens and Noodles
Saffron Salmon Soup
Fragrant Asian Mussels
Grilled Tuna with Vodka risotto