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Have a Very Barra Christmas: 3 Barramundi Recipes to Make This Holiday Season

The holidays are almost here, and that means it’s time for friends, family, and PLENTY of food!

As stressful as the thought of Christmas cooking can be, it doesn’t need to be cause for concern. If you start planning now, you can prevent that Christmas Eve headache and feel good about having everything sorted ahead of time.

If you come from a family of seafood fans, you simply can’t go wrong adding Aussie barra to the menu. It’s delicious. It’s healthy. And it’s generally easy to make when compared to other fish and meat options. What more could you want?

To make things even easier, we’ve hand-selected a few barramundi recipes that we know will come Christmas Day. Whether you want something light, something fancy, or something quick n’ easy, one of these are sure to catch your eye.

 

3 Barramundi Recipes to Make for Christmas

 

BBQ barramundi

BBQ Barramundi With Pomegranate and Green Olive Tabbouleh

A whole grilled barra is always sure to impress and this recipe from Jacqui Challinor at Nomad is no exception.

The most time-consuming aspect of the process is soaking the almonds overnight, but other than that it’s pretty straightforward. Plenty of fresh herbs and pomegranate molasses take this to a whole new level for a flavour explosion you won’t soon forget.

Click here for the recipe.

 

Barramundi Tacos with Rainbow Slaw and Salsa

If you’re on the search for an easy recipe, this one’s for you! These tasty tacos take less than 30 minutes, start-to-finish.

This recipe by Michelle Grand-Milkovic of love.fish is versatile and easily-adapted for any special dietary requirements.

One bite, and you’ll never go back to classic tacos again. Crispy barra, fresh charred corn and a tangy creama combine to make a Mexican-inspired dish that’s altogether fabulous.

Click here for the recipe.

 

 

One Pan Harissa Barramundi With Yogurt

This one pan dish is super easy to make – but more than that, it tastes SO GOOD. Created by Guy Turland for the Aussie Barra Recipe Book (Volume 2), you know it’s going to be great.

Cooking during this time of year can pile up quickly. First, you volunteer to make one dish and the next thing you know you’ve committed to whipping up a five-course meal. That’s where the beauty of a one pan dish comes in.

Simple to make and easy clean-up? Ideal!

 

 

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