Tried and Tested Pescetarian Recipes

David and I had an experimental few weeks trying out eating as Pescetarians. In the most simplistic way it’s vegetarian + fish. We stayed with some friends who eat this way and had some many yummy meals we decided that cooking pescetarian recipes would be a great way to try more fish and veggie dishes. We eat vegetarian a few nights a week anyway, but here are some of the recipes we picked out for these two weeks.

The Pin: Lentil Lasagne from BBC Good Food

My Version:

Pescetarian Recipes Lentil Lasagne

What I Changed: 

I am really, really sorry about this photo! It’s really not the prettiest dinner. We did quite a few substitutions, I used spinach lasagne and we only got 6 sheets in two layers as our dish was a bit small. I swapped the cauliflower for roasted aubergine with a little oat milk as it’s not really cauliflower season. This was great. We eat half and popped the other half is in the freezer ready for a speedy supper next week.

The Pin: Lentil Vegetable Salad from With Style and Grace

My Version:

Pescetarian Recipes Salad for Two

What I Changed:

We took large liberties with this recipe too, swapping rocket with lettuce and pepper for spiralised carrot. We ate the whole lot between the two of us, maybe we are just fatties but our portions look similar to those on With Style and Grace’s blog. It was delicious.

The Pin: Goan Fish Curry from Roswensian

My Version:

Pescetarian Recipes Goan Fish Curry

 

What I Changed:

Ros’s recipe is easy to follow and full of vibrant flavours, it may have been our tamarind paste (Waitrose Cook’s Ingredients) but we found it quite sweet, I wouldn’t add the sugar next time. We tried River Cobbler for the first time and loved it, a fish and a recipe to have again.

The Pin: Grilled Fish Tacos from Eating Bird Food

My Version:

summer recipes grilled fish taco

Picture by kind permission from Brittany.

What I Changed:

I’ve not included the full name as it makes me :(. No food is ‘clean’, soapy food? mmm. But I really liked this dinner, we changed ours quite a lot, we used white cabbage and onion, river cobbler (after Ros’s amazing curry) and omitted the spicy sauces. I loved the grilled avocado – a great way to use up that one that just won’t ripen. I served ours with potato salad. I also forgot to take a picture so asked Brittany and she was happy for me to use hers.

Do you have a favourite fish recipe?

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