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Basa + Cashew Stir Fry

Basa + Cashew Stir Fry

When I had no idea how to cook, I relied on throwing things into a pan with a splash of oil. A classic stir fry is a super simple, 1-pan situation that is convenient after a long day or week – no chef skills required. Minimal prep and cooking time, throw this together when you need something tasty in a flash!

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Baked Snapper with Lemon, Garlic and Chilli

Buying a whole fish is often more economical than buying the fillet. It also makes it a cinch to prep! Ask your fishmonger or supermarket counter to clean and scale a snapper for you, then throw it on a baking tray, add some simple flavours and you’ve got one tasty, nourishing meal in under 30 minutes.

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Lemon & Herb Fish with Quinoa Tabouli packed with protein and B vitamins for a healthy metabolism.

Lemon & Herb Fish with Quinoa Tabouli

This simple dinner makes for an excellent mid-week meal. It’s highly nutritious and full of protein to keep you satiated long into the night. White fish is also packed with B vitamins that increase your metabolism – helping with healthy weight maintenance.

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Fennel Salted Snapper with Beetroot Purée

Fennel Salted Snapper with Beetroot Purée

Sounds fancy right? It takes 10 minutes from start to finish. Move over Jamie.

Perfect as a mid-week meal or special enough to serve to guests, this restaurant-quality dish is packed full of protein, omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants. Along with it’s low-carbohydrate profile and a calorie count of just 270 cals, this is a great evening meal for anyone looking to lose weight.

Roast Salmon & Mango Salad

Garlic & Paprika Roast Salmon with Orange Salad

I’m a big lover of Sydney Fish Market. They have an amazing array of fresh seafood, sushi bars and a fully stocked grocery store.

I recently bought my first whole salmon from there, and was utterly amazed at how many different meals it made. This was one of my favourites – spicy, soft, crunchy and sweet – not to mention super high in protein, vitamins and minerals, and low on the carb front. Perfect for weight maintenance over the festive period!

Sweet & Sour Fish

This dish is great to make in advance, and gets tastier as the spices develop after a day or two – so save any leftovers for lunch during the week. An awesome replacement for your old-fashioned Chinese sweet and sour, this one is full of delicious, healthful ingredients and is high protein to boot. Who needs take-out?

Crispy Skinned Salmon with Lemon, Asparagus and Green Bean Salad

Did you know salmon is full of mood-boosting properties? It’s essential fatty acids (omega-3s) feed your brain essential nutrients that it cannot produce itself. Next time you’re feeling low, cook up a storm with this simple dish, and feel better in no time.

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