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5 ways to enjoy seafood in winter

Many seem to think seafood is just for summer and special occasions, like Christmas and Easter! However, seafood is so healthy, easy and quick to cook it should be part of your weekly diet. It’s recommend that we should be eating two serves of seafood every week, even in winter.

De Costi Seafoods make it easy to eat seafood all year round. Each of their products are delicious, quick to cook and are perfect for the whole family.

With their quality and convenient range of packaged seafood there is no excuse to not eat seafood during the colder months.

Try the following quick and easy recipes to get your seafood fix, this winter.

Ways to enjoy seafood in winter 

Quick fish pie 

This easy fish pie is the perfect weeknight dinner idea. Super hearty and great for the whole family. Using responsibly sourced De Costi New Zealand Hoki fillets.

 

Italian prawn tomato tagliatelle

This stunning Italian prawn tomato tagliatelle can be on the table in under 20 minutes. If you like it spicy, add a little chopped chilli to the prawns when stir-frying.

 

Pan fried hoki with Asian greens and sweet chilli jam 

This pan fried hoki pairs beautifully with the Asian greens and sweet chilli jam. This meal is also a great high protein option.

 

Thai fish curry 

This quick Thai fish curry will certainly warm you up. Full of fragrant ingredients and New Zealand hoki, this is an extremely tasty curry.

 

Mussel fettuccine with Napoli sauce

De Costi have made it even easier with their cooked mussels. Simply re-heat in a pan or wok, or add them to this delicious fettuccine with Napoli sauce.

 

*DISCLAIMER: De Costi Seafoods is a contributing recipe Partner at myfoodbook.com.au. This feature includes a mix of content sourced from De Costi Seafoods and our own opinions. You can find out more about the full range of De Costi Seafoods products, here.

 

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