Fish to eat in February
Great-tasting seafood to impress in the kitchen 🙌
We want 2020 the year you eat more seafood, so we’ve rounded up a selection of fish to eat in February. When you’re cooking for a loved one or for friends and family, step away from the steak, chicken, and your usual go-to meats and choose a piece of tasty, seasonal seafood instead. All you need is simple cooking techniques and quality ingredients and you can seriously impress with your kitchen skills.
Ideas for Fish to Eat in February
Smoked Salmon: Thin slices of deliciously smoky salmon is an easy way to add a taste of luxury to a starter, main course, or a late-morning brunch.
Smoked Haddock: Smoked in the traditional Grimsby way, of course. Because haddock has a natural, light flavour and is flaky in texture, this fish is perfect for smoking.
Lemon Sole: This flat fish has a sweet, delicate flavour that goes brilliantly with creamy sauces. And it’s versatile, so you can bake, poach, grill or steam.
Fresh dressed crab: Freshly prepared and ready to eat, dressed crab tastes great whether it is hot or cold, on its own or teamed with bold flavours like lemon or chilli.
Swordfish: Because sustainable, oily swordfish has a firm, meaty texture, it is a great fish to try as an alternative to steak, just like fresh tuna steaks.
Give this recipe a try…
Dressed crab salad
Crab is not only a good natural source of Omega-3, vitamins and minerals, and low in calories, but it’s also pretty tasty. At dinner parties or when cooking for a loved one, this dressed crab salad with beetroot and minted new potatoes is sure to impress. Thanks to The Lincolnshire Chef for this recipe.