Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Make Fish a Go-To Dish. MasterChef Winner Jane Devonshire Shows MARION McMULLEN How Families Can Enjoy the Catch of the Day with Quick, Easy Recipes

Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Make Fish a Go-To Dish. MasterChef Winner Jane Devonshire Shows MARION McMULLEN How Families Can Enjoy the Catch of the Day with Quick, Easy Recipes

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Byline: MARION McMULLEN

FOOD-LOVING mum Jane Devonshire wowed MasterChef judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace with dishes like lobster with chilli panna cotta.

Her creative recipes led to her being crowned the winner of the BBC cookery show last year and now the mum-offour is helping parents know their plaice with dishes inspired to encourage children to eat more fish.

Jane the She is ambassador for Seafish's Fish 2 A Week Campaign and says: "I do a lot of family meals with fish. It's easy to cook quickly, you can do so many things with it...

and it's good for you. Getting children involved in the cooking as well also encourages them to eat more fish."

She laughs: "Something like fishcake might not look a lot like a fishcake at the end, but it will still be good to eat."

" Jane's youngest son Ben applied for her to enter MasterChef and since winning she has cooked with top chefs like Michel Roux, Jason Atherton, Michael O'Hare, Marcus Wareingwith trophy and Atul Kochlar and hopes to bring out a book of glutenfree recipes next year.

She smiles: "I think I would pay to do the things I have done in the past year since MasterChef. It's like a rock star moment for me when I meet these chefs... but my children help me keep my feet firmly on the ground."' | Go to fishisthedish.co.uk/ health/2-a-week for more details of the campaign.

| Prep time: 20-25 mins | Cooking time: 10-12 mins INGREDIENTS 200g cooked fish (eg tail end of cod, haddock or smoked haddock), or 2 x 160g tins tuna in spring water, drained; 400g mashed potatoes; 1tbsp fresh parsley, chopped; 1tsp dried fish stock powder (optional); 1 large egg, beaten; 100g homemade breadcrumbs; Flour, for dusting; 4tbsp sunflower or vegetable oil; Lemon wedges, to serve METHOD 1. Flake the fish into the potato, removing any bones as you go. …

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