Nature’s Best Spinach goes down a treat at the Cooks Academy

Roast Cod Loin, Ready to Eat Spinach and Flavoured Butter

Ingredients required to rustle up this culinary delight

Fish and Spinach. Two of the healthiest and easiest things to cook which is why we have put them together to rustle up a healthy, convenient and delicious dinner that is bound to win over even the fussiest crowd. The ingredients are simple, there’s very little cleaning up and your body will thank you for giving it a nutritional hit.

Take a look at the video below for a step by step guide on how to recreate this dish.

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Fillet of Cod Loin (enough for two,ask your Fishmonger,& make sure it is pin boned)
– Bag of Natures Best Spinach (or any washed and ready to eat spinach)
– Barrel of Blast & Wilde Chilli,Lime & Corriander Seed Butter
– A Lemon (non waxed is best)
– Seasoning-Atlantic Sea Salt & Freshly Ground pepper
– One Rasher of Smokey Bacon

Dinner is served- Roast Cod, Wok Fried Spinach in a Chilli, Lime & Coriander infused butter

Simple, Healthy and Delicious. Healthy Eating made easy.


To Cook 
-Heat a griddle pan with a little oil,and seal the Cod Fillet for 2 minutes on both sides
-Place Cod in pre-heated oven(180) for 5/7 minutes,until firm to touch in middle
-Heat your Wok,add in a little oil(will stop the Butter burning),and a generous knob(40g)of Blast & Wilde Chilli,Lime & Corriander Seed Butter
-Dice up Bacon & add to Wok
-Put in A Bag of Natures Best Spinach,wok fry for 2/3 minutes,until Spinach starts to soften
-Plate Up & Enjoy!
-Drizzle a little Lemon Oil for extra zing and add a Wedge of Lemon
Special thanks to Bord Bia for arranging the shoot and to the Cooks Academy for allowing us to use their excellent facilities

Our top 6 Healthy Eating Food Blogs

Below is a roundup of some my favourite healthy eating food blogs where I love to look through recipes, admire the photography and pick up some healthy eating tips along the way. These blogs are great for getting out of a cooking rut and to try rustling up something new. Blogs are listed in no particular order

The Little Green Spoon 

Irish girl Indy Power has created a beautiful website showcasing recipes aiming to pack in as much nutritional goodness as possible.

Deliciously Ella

This blog is great for recipes although you may end up spending an hour perusing through the rest of the website. Almost like on an online magazine

The Sprouted Kitchen 

if you‘re a veggie who loves to cook this is the site for you. The Sprouted Kitchen has an endless amount of inspiring recipes and amazing photography to accompany it.

Hemsley + Hemsley 

When you’re looking to up your game in the kitchen and impress the neighbours during your next dinner party this is the site for you. Big on using a spiralizer

The Model Foodie

Lovely photography and great recipes using simple “everyday foods” that won’t leave you googling what the product actually is or scouring health food stores.

This shrimp taco recipe looks too good not to share and has left me craving these for the day.

Natural Born Feeder

Roz Purcells’ blog will leave you wondering why you ever bought a pack of biscuits when you can rustle up your own guilt free versions just as easily. Caution you may want to sign up to the next triathlon after visiting this site. Guilt free muffins anyone?