Get a taste of the tropical islands of Indonesia with this spicy kingklip and coconut curry. You’ll be amazed by the perfect pairing of flavours, and how well it goes down in summer.
Since they are a sustainable local option, light up the braai and prepare our white wine mussels this weekend!
Skip your usual battered fish recipe and try this gut-friendly walnut crusted hake with apple cider fermented radishes.
Practice your plating up skills with this amazing Mediterranean-inspired poached trout on flatbread with olives, feta and red onion. It’s the perfect starter for when you have guests over.
It’s time to rise and shine with these lovely pea croquettes with poached eggs and salmon! These make the perfect option for spoiling that special someone with brekkie in bed.
Not only do you get a nutritious fill with these yummy fish parcels with baby marrow, but you can cook the full meal in the microwave and have dinner ready in 15 minutes!
When sourcing the ingredients for this yummy coconut seared tuna, make sure to go green by sticking to eco-friendly fish and fishing methods, and enjoy as a healthy light lunch!
Got a taste for seafood? This lightly smoked mackerel pasta is perfect for lunch or supper. Plus, mackerel is a sustainable fish option from the WWF-SASSI green list!
Pickled fish is a local South African classic! Spoil the fam with a yummy helping for your next meal. The best part? You can keep it in the fridge for a week after pickling!
Promote sustainability and health by trying this delicious crispy calamari with savoury granadilla yoghurt recipe. It’s light and easy, and much better for the ocean.