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  • Manhattan-Style Fish Chowder Not rated yet
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    Manhattan chowder always has tomato in it. This makes a great first course soup, or to serve it as a main meal round it out with whole grain bread and a green salad. You can buy clam juice in the seafood area of the store.

    Manhattan-Style Fish Chowder
  • Healthy Tuna Melt Not rated yet
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    A childhood favourite, re-imagined for a more health-conscious you. Out with the mushy white bread and processed cheese slices, in with the multigrain thin bagels and spinach! And really, not only is it better for you, but it TASTES better, too...

    Healthy Tuna Melt
  • Creamy Salmon and Peas on Toast Not rated yet
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    This comforting dish is a retro family favourite. Lots of savoury sauce tops toasted English muffins below, which soak it up and become deliciously soggy. Serve in shallow bowls.

    Creamy Salmon and Peas on Toast
  • Asian-Style Trout en Papillote Not rated yet
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    Cooking en papillote makes clean-up a snap. And it keeps the fish inside moist and flavourful.

    Asian-Style Trout en Papillote
  • Corn and Salmon Chowder Not rated yet
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    Salmon is fatty, but it’s a good-for-you fat, with plenty of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. No need to cut the salmon in chunks before putting it in the pot; roughly break it up with a spoon after it’s cooked.

    Corn and Salmon Chowder
  • Lemon and Herb Trout en Papillote Not rated yet
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    Lemon and herbs lend fresh bright flavours to this trout baked en papillote, which means in parchment paper. Whether you use parchment paper or foil, cooking en papillote retains moisture and produces delicious juices you’ll want to soak up with rice or another grain.

    Lemon and Herb Trout en Papillote