Whole fish are ideal to be stuffed but they are also really good in recipes where they are fried, grilled, barbecued or in a Thai soup.
Tasty fresh trout done in a selection of herbs and citrus! A healthy choice for the BBQ. If you prefer, you can cook the whole trout!
Trout is baked in the oven for 35 minutes with a simple combination of tinned tomatoes, white wine and fresh herbs to create this tasty fish dinner.
Serve this delicious fish the traditional Chinese way with a selection of sides and steamed rice to create your own Asian banquet.
These baked whole flounders are drizzled with olive oil, seasoned with salt, pepper and dill then baked to perfection in white wine and fish stock. Enjoy!
Here's a simple way to really showcase the delicious flavours of fresh trout. You can add as much garlic as you like - this is just a beginning!
A lovely Chinese tradition is to cook a whole fish and serve it as the centrepiece of a banquet. It's dramatic and not hard to make.
Whether you caught the fish yourself or bought it from the shop this is a simple recipe that combines snapper with ginger and lime then bakes it in the oven.
Whole baby snapper marinates in a warming Indian-style spice paste made from cumin, coriander, turmeric, chilli, ginger, garlic, and fresh coriander before being baked.
Sea bass makes an impressive meal, and its delicious flesh is moist, tender and sweet. Here it's stuffed with an exotic Moroccan-style fresh herb and spice mixture called chermoula, then braised on a bed of vegetables.
This is an easy pan fried fish dish that uses a sweet and sour sauce. If you prefer use fish fillets. Serve with rice.