Mitch's Seafood Tagine is a delectable Moroccan-inspired fish stew that boasts a tantalising blend of warming spices and flavours. Fragrant saffron, fiery chillies, olives, and refreshing mint all mingle harmoniously in this dish, complemented by the zesty punch of preserved lemons.
With just a handful of store cupboard ingredients and minimal prep work, this Seafood Tagine is a fantastically quick and healthy midweek meal.
For this recipe, Mitch has opted for the brilliant British-caught Coley and Red Mullet. Coley is a versatile white fish that boasts a mild, flaky texture and serves as an excellent sustainable alternative to the overfished cod.
With its small white flakes and lusciously tender flesh, Red Mullet strikes the perfect balance between white and oily. And with a quick maturity rate of just 2 years, it's as sustainable as it is scrumptious.