NEW WAYS WITH... Canned seafood; sim­ple and con­ve­nient meals that are full of good­ness

DON’T BE A FISH OUT OF WA­TER; FOR AN AF­FORD­ABLE, TASTY DIN­NER THAT’S THE UL­TI­MATE IN GOOD MOOD FOOD, START WITH A CAN OF TUNA, SALMON OR CRAB

Food - - Contents - RECIPES AND STYLING JO WIL­COX PHO­TO­GRAPHS ME­LANIE JENK­INS

Con­ve­nience in a can, tinned fish is a pantry sta­ple that makes whip­ping to­gether a nu­tri­tious meal eco­nom­i­cal and easy. High pro­tein, low fat and packed full of valu­able omega-3 fatty acids, fish is a great source of good­ness – and the canned ver­sion means you can have it even when sup­plies of fresh seafood are scarce, and with­out the hefty price tag. There are also a va­ri­ety of op­tions, so for those not

keen on sim­ple tuna in spring wa­ter, con­sider flavours such as sa­tay or chilli and lime. And don’t limit your­self to tuna – crab meat, salmon and even shrimp is avail­able in a can.

So get ex­per­i­ment­ing – our recipes over the fol­low­ing pages will fill you with plenty of in­spi­ra­tion.

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