Fish to try in January

by | Jan 13, 2020 | Fish

Make 2020 the year you start eating more fish.¬†ūüôĆ

Something we’re finding is that more and more people are looking for alternatives to meat. Seafood that’s meaty in texture and packed full of flavour that’s also rich in protein and low in fat.

After the indulgence of Christmas, many people want to get back to basics and start the New Year with a healthy eating plan.¬† This isn’t about ‘New Year, New Me’, but about making smart choices when it comes to how you fuel your body. Creating good habits that you can continue throughout the year and beyond.

This month, we’ve rounded up a selection of fish to try in January so you can plan your meals, get at least¬†two portions of seafood in your diet, and give different species a try.

 

Fish to try in January

Mackerel: We love mackerel. It’s a high-quality source of¬†protein, rich in Omega-3, and full of flavour. We think it’s one of the best fish you can include in your diet.

Tuna: Did you know tuna has more protein per 100g than chicken? It has a meaty, almost steak-like texture and is a great fish for light but filling meals.

Halibut: Another fish that’s a good source of protein with¬†a wonderful¬†natural bold flavour.¬†You only need a simple recipe to bring out the best of this fish, perfect for getting back to basics in January.

Sea Bass:¬†Sea Bass is also high in protein and it’s a great fish to grill or throw on the griddle, two of the healthiest ways to cook your fish. Our best-seller in December!

Haddock: Low in fat, high in protein, simple to cook with a sweet, light flavour and flaky texture – what more could you want?

Give this recipe a try…

Seared Tuna Wraps

Using tuna that is a good source¬† of protein, rich in Omega-3, and vitamins and minerals, this recipe from¬†The Lincolnshire Chef¬†is simple to make and good for you to eat ‚Äď just what we like.