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Leftover Salmon Pasta

recipe for leftover salmon pasta

It’s a Sunday and you’ve decided against the usual chicken dinner. Instead, there’s a generous slab of the best farm-raised salmon money can buy in the oven (let’s not deplete fishing stocks). Naturally, you’ve prepared too much and there’s going to be leftovers. Leftover salmon, however, is a particularly versatile thing. You owe it to yourself to give this recipe for Leftover Salmon Pasta a whirl.

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Baked Fresh Sardines

Baked Fresh Sardines

Take a peek into our cupboards and you’ll almost always find one or two tins of sardines on stock. It’s a very versatile fish and particularly frugal from a tin. However, a certain something is lost in translation; fresh sardines are among my favourite fish. Oily and packed with flavour, they may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but Baked Fresh Sardines are a treat.

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Sardine Fish Cakes

Sardine Fish Cakes

A welcome combination of my recipes for potato cakes and sardine fritters, these Sardine Fish Cakes provide yet another inexpensive way of fitting fish into a frugal diet. Trust me, these cakes really are the perfect way to see out a hard week at work, served alongside a wedge of lemon, a hearty portion of chips and a ramekin of tartare sauce.

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Fish Recipes Vegetarian

Sardine Fritters

Sardine Fritters (1)

Fish can be an incredibly tricky food to incorporate into a frugal diet. Aside from mackerel – which is becoming more expensive – and other lesser known fish, most well-sourced fish is uncomfortably pricey. There are usually ways around expense, however, and using tinned fish is a good example of that. With three tins of sardines (£1.50) you can make up to 20 of these Sardine Fritters, which make a delicious and time effective meal.

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Smoked Mackerel Pâté

Smoked Mackerel Pate Recipe

There we have it, folks – to all intents and purposes, Christmas is over for another year, though I do hope that each and every one of your trees will remain erect until the 6th of January. Of course, this means that it is no longer reasonable to post any further overtly festive recipes. Still, there’s no reason at all why you shouldn’t set eyes on one or two of the treats that found their way to the table on Christmas Day and Boxing Day. Indeed, this recipe for smoked mackerel pâté is rather spectacular.