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Five underrated types of seafood to cook at home

Step aside cod and salmon – there really are plenty more fish in the sea.
We tend to be creatures of habit. Hands up if your online grocery shopping list is basically the same every week; you have a set rota of meals that vary slightly, depending on what’s in the fridge; and you know what you like – and are generally happy to keep it that way?

RECIPE: Paccheri recipe with prawn, courgette and parsley sauce

With paccheri pasta (a bit like bigger rigatoni), prawns and courgettes, chef Theo Randall says this is his son Max’s favourite recipe.

“If there’s any of that pasta or prawns in the house, he insists that I make it,” Randall says with a laugh. “It’s one of my signature dishes at home, because it’s one thing that gets cooked an awful lot. And he’s got very good taste, because it does taste delicious!”

RECIPE: Steak tartare Max’s Picnic Book

“This is a sensational recipe, whether you’re making it at home or out and about,” says picnic connoisseur, Max Halley.

“If you want to tartare at your picnic and haven’t successfully persuaded your butcher to chop the meat up for you, you’d better have a penknife in that kitbag and have remembered a chopping board.”

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