To celebrate our new Catch of the Month, hake, we've collected five of our favourite dishes that put this oft forgotten fish centre stage.
A few of our favourite hake dishes
We guarantee you’ll be making this curry again in a hurry.
Packed full of flavour and spice, it’s a stupendous way to jazz up hake.
Cha ca thang long is must-try dish for anyone visiting Vietnam’s capital city, Ha Noi – but we thought we’d save you the trip. It balances the earthy spice of turmeric with grassy dill and fresh fish, and this version serves it up with stir-fried noodles and plenty of veg.
A Syrian-inspired dish that stars flaky white fillets of sustainably caught hake, fried with a blend of aromatic spices. It's served with a delicious mix of white basmati, wilted spinach and juicy raisins, and topped with sweet fried onions and a squeeze of lemon.
This one pan wonder is a Spanish classic. The soft Jersey Royals soak up the flavours from the mix of spices and caramelised onion, and the hake cooks to perfection on top.
Caramelised cauliflower-studded rice accompanies tender chunks of hake simmered in a rich, perfectly spiced tomato sauce and served with a tangle of peppery watercress.