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Ingredient of the week: Samphire

Ingredient of the week: Samphire

Samphire is a vibrantly green, leafy vegetable grown near the sea. There are two types, marsh and rock. Marsh is more readily available and is far more pleasant to eat. Rock is generally found in the Mediterranean and has a rather unpleasant smell and taste. 

Prosciutto Wrapped Sea Trout with Samphire Lentil salad

Prosciutto Wrapped Sea Trout with Samphire Lentil salad

Since signing up for FishBox I’ve had the opportunity to try several new fish, Sea trout is one of these. It is really delicious, very like salmon and if you can’t get hold of sea trout fillets, then salmon would make a great alternative. If 

Wensleydale Cheese with Roasted Carrot & Samphire Salad

Wensleydale Cheese with Roasted Carrot & Samphire Salad

This makes a really tasty meal that is great for a filling lunch. I came across inspiration for this recipe when looking for ideas on what to do with my latest batch of samphire from my Fishbox. As it is classed as a seaweed, I 

Miso Fish With Cabbage & Samphire Stir-Fry

Miso Fish With Cabbage & Samphire Stir-Fry

For this recipe I use tusk, a white fish similar to cod or haddock. I’ve never knowingly had it before, but was sent it in last month’s Fishox selection. It was very nice, quite mild in taste and fairly meaty. I would happily eat it 

Ingredient of the Week: Hake

Ingredient of the Week: Hake

I always associate hake with Mallorca. This is because on the first British Cycling training camp I went on back in 2010, every night we would have to choose between hake or steak for our tea and that was basically all I ate for the 

Ingredient of the Week: Cabbage

Ingredient of the Week: Cabbage

Cabbage is a cruciferous vegetable, belonging to the brassica family, like kale, broccoli, cauliflower and swede. There are many different varieties and colours of cabbage, including spring, savoy, white, green and red. It consists of many separate leaves, fitting together to form an almost round shape