Frozen seafood is a great way to whip-up a quick but decadent dinner in no time

There are so many benefits to buying frozen seafood – not least because you can stock up on it and eat as and when the fancy takes you. Seafood is also rich in omega-3 fatty acids and packed with vitamins and minerals, and the freezing process helps retain all the goodness. Here are some of our favourite ways to enjoy sensational seafood.
 

There are so many benefits to buying frozen seafood – not least because you can stock up on it and eat as and when the fancy takes you. Seafood is also rich in omega-3 fatty acids and packed with vitamins and minerals, and the freezing process helps retain all the goodness. Here are some of our favourite ways to enjoy sensational seafood.
 

 

1. Seafood soup

This lush fish soup is packed with prawns and cod and is on the table in 25 minutes. Serve with a squeeze of lemon juice and a crusty fresh-baked roll for a light yet satisfying healthy lunch. See recipe for Seafood soup.

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2. Mediterranean cod

Cod and tomatoes make an excellent coupling in this recipe, while the addition of parsley and black olives give it a real depth of flavour. Serve on a bed of rice with a crispy green salad drizzled with olive oil for a truly authentic Mediterranean experience. Sunshine not included, unfortunately. See recipe for Mediterranean cod.

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3. Prawn & spinach risotto

Here’s a nifty recipe for risotto you don’t have watch over – this one begins in the oven and is finished off on the hob. Packed with jumbo king prawns and chopped spinach, you’ll probably want to make enough for seconds. See recipe for Prawn & spinach risotto.

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4. Spicy ginger and chilli fish pie

Try this delicious Indian spicy alternative to traditional fish pie containing coriander, ginger and crème fraîche and you may never look back. Throw in the oven until golden and bubbling. Yum. See recipe for Spicy ginger and chilli fish pie.

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5. Chilli prawn stir-fry

The addition of succulent King prawns makes this recipe something rather more spectacular than your average mid-week stir-fry. And it’s ready in less than half an hour. Just the thing to wow guests with when you’re short on time. See recipe for Chilli prawn stir-fry.