Don’t be intimated by it’s name. ‘Pesce Al Forno’ is an easy classic Italian fish recipe with veggies and delicious white wine, butter and lemon sauce. Essentially it is just a tray bake, with a white fish fillet as it’s star, served with potatoes, cherry tomatoes, shallots and capers; all swimming in an silky white wine, butter, lemon and parsley sauce. I have used a sole fillet for this one, but you could try it with any firm white fish [like haddock, grouper, halibut, tilapia or pollock]. Go with what ever is freshest down at your local fishmonger.
Having indulged heavily in the spirit of all things Christmas, we decided we needed a lighter dinner to balance out some of our gluttony. Whilst this smoked salmon and asparagus salad recipe screams all things healthy, it packs a strong flavour punch with both the lemony citrus notes and robust dijon mustard, working together to elevate the taste sensation. The delicate dill complements the salmon with a soft sweetness, and the capers add a subtle natural salty and tangy depth to some of the bites.
No one said healthy needed to be boring. Here is one of the most simple, easy salad recipes that takes only 15 minutes start to finish.