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For practising Christians, Lent is a time of reflection, penitence and almsgiving. But even if you’re not religious, it’s always good to cleanse your body and spirit with a wholesome diet from time to time. Here are 10 all-natural and tasty fish dishes for you to stay healthy this Lent.
Salt & Pepper Fish
Crunchy, savoury and slightly spicy, this fried golden fish-fillet special is simple to cook, and goes great with rice or bread.
Thai Red Curry Fish Cake
Thai red curries aren’t just limited to the soupy kind. This piquant sweet-sour fish cake delight makes a fine treat, or as a side dish.
Rich, fragrant and very umami, this Adobo dish combines the hearty flavour of fish with aromatic cloves and peppercorn. Ideal for a full meal.
Love tuna and salmon? Have them both in this sumptuous seafood bowl, flavoured with Japanese fish sauce and a touch of wasabi. Superbly umami and filling.
Steamed White Pomfret
Few can match the refreshing, succulent taste of a steamed whole-fish, and the white Pomfret is a Chinese home-cooked favourite. Ginger, onion and garlic oil neutralizes the smell. Mushrooms add a lightly sweet, earthy flavour. Plus, steaming keeps all the juicy nutrients locked in. Very yummy.
Salmon Teriyaki Bowl
Want a balanced dish, complete with protein and greens? Have it all with this gorgeous teriyaki bowl. Pan-fried salmon flavoured with salt and pepper, and topped with special Furikake seasoning for extra umami enjoyment.
Salmon Poke Bowl
Never mind the same old salad, have this sumptuous poke bowl instead. Cubed sashimi-grade salmon marinated with sesame soy, served with a rich bowl of avocado, red cabbage, edamame and sliced cucumber. Wholesome and delicious.
Salmon Flake Onigiri
Have an extra special lunchbox meal with this adorable and flavourful salmon flake rice-ball; seasoned with Japanese soy sauce and Kewpie Mayonnaise.