Dig your fork into the flavours of Japan with this hearty bowl.
There’s something a little decadent about this dish, and it’s great for so many body systems. It makes a lovely starter, or even a between-meal snack.
Try a taste of Japan in your own kitchen with this comforting salmon recipe.
To ensure the Norwegian cod in this recipe has the perfect texture, chef Robin Gill salts the fish briefly before gently poaching in brown butter for a rich finish.
Here’s some almost-instant sunshine in a bowl from the Bengali coastal region.
Tuna steak takes virtually no time to cook – meaning that in a matter of minutes, you’ll have a delectable, nutrient-dense meal on the table.
This recipe uses fresh mussels and prawns to recreate flavours of Catalan tradition in present day kitchens.
This heavenly bouillabaisse from Tom Aikens creates a dish which can be served in a number of ways.
These spiced prawns are dairy, lactose, wheat and gluten-free, so they’re perfect if you’re after a healthy dish that’s still packed with flavour.
Cooking over a wood fire gives this octopus a smoky char, complemented by the bittersweet radicchio and the creamy texture of macadamia.
Simple and quick to put together, this indulgently crispy salmon can be prepared hours in advance.
This vibrant salad is one of the most popular Croatian dishes served in restaurants along the Adriatic coast.
Here, Cornish cod is paired with a range of subcontinental flavours for an elegant take on a fish curry.
A member of the cabbage family, kohlrabi is a funny-looking vegetable. Don’t let this put you off – it’s very easy to prepare and will be a great addition to your diet.
This recipe is infused with flavours and ingredients from all over the world with mouth-watering results.
To make these fishcakes, it’s worth seeking out the best smoked available as it will make all the difference to the finished dish.
Steve Groves shares the recipe for a sumptuous scallop-filled spring dish.