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Yellow tail fish with tamarind onions

Yellow tail fish with tamarind onions

Tamarind paste is made from the tamarind fruit. It is mostly used in Asian and Middle Eastern cooking to give a slightly sour flavour to dishes. It lasts for years in your fridge. If you don’t want to buy it just add more lime juice and honey instead! You can use any fresh fish for this recipe!

Tomato salmon salad

Tomato salmon salad

This salad is filling, refreshing and bursting with flavor. If you are not a cilantro lover you can leave it out. The key here is to use the freshest ingredients. If you are looking for high quality olive oil, Galilee Green is a premium boutique blend of unfiltered, cold pressed extra virgin olive oil shipped directly to your home from Israel. To order some of this special olive oil for yourself go to www.GalileeGreen.com

Fish with Tzatziki

Fish with Tzatziki

Tzatziki is a Greek yogurt sauce that is amazing with fish or even as a dip to sweet potato fries. Don’t make this dish in advance, it’s whole thing is freshness! Enjoy its simple flavors and how quick it is to assemble.

Salmon with pickled peaches

Salmon with pickled peaches

Pickling things can be so fun! Buy pretty little jars and make some for your friends! This mixture goes great in salads, on grilled fish or chicken or just as a condiment on the table. It lasts up to a week in your fridge but tastes the best the day of or the next day.

Whole fish with olives

Whole fish with olives

Don’t be afraid of a whole fish and don’t be afraid if the skin comes off a bit when you are turning it over. Invest in a fish spatula and it will make a world of difference. I used an amazing blend of high quality olives (with pits!) but feel free to use whichever olives you like best. If you don’t like whole fish or don’t want to deal with the bones, you can make this dish with fish filet, just cook it for half the time and add only half the amount of water.