Giveaway: Win one of TWO Honey Roast Sides of Scottish Salmon from Delish Fish!

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Win one of TWO Honey Roast Sides of Scottish Salmon from Delish Fish!

 I am thrilled to be able to offer TWO lucky Lavender and Lovage readers a chance to win one of two Honey Roast Sides of Salmon for your Christmas Breakfast, buffets, lunch or for your Hogmanay dinner – both sides of salmon have been very kindly donated by John at Delish Fish, who I work very closely with throughout the year to bring you so many delectable fish recipes, and, who sells FABULOUS fresh Scottish fish and seafood delivered to your door! Delish Fish honey roast sides of salmon are truly delicious, I posted a review last week, Family Fish and Pasta on Friday: Creamy Salmon and Orange Pasta with Mixed Herbs Recipe, and The Curry Guy has a review for this salmon too: Honey Roast Salmon Side. I am definitely going to order at least two for Christmas and New Year! They are made to the same secret recipe and method as their smaller salmon fillets; are very versatile and can be eaten hot or cold.  Each side of salmon will be a MINIMUM of 1.5 kilos in weight, RRP is £25,  and the salmon will also be delivered to you for free if you win! 

Delish Fish Honey Roast Salmon Side

 So, if you win, how will you serve your side of salmon  – for breakfast with scrambled eggs and Buck’s Fizz? Or maybe as part of the Christmas Eve Buffet table with soda bread, blinis and a tangy cream sauce? Or, maybe you will serve yours as a Boxing Day lunch…..with family and friends? To be in with a chance to win, all you have to do is follow the  instructions below……


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 Creamy Salmon and Orange Pasta with Mixed Herbs Recipe

This Giveaway starts today, Friday 16th November 2012 and runs until the 16th December 2012
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  1. says

    oh my word, I do love honey roast salmon!… I would serve it with a home-made coleslaw as a light lunch over the festive period… will make a great break from all the rich food… lovely giveway, thank you x

  2. Jane Willis says

    I’d splash out on some out-of-season new potatoes and serve the salmon with them, some salad and bucketloads of hollandaise sauce

  3. Paz says

    This would make a WONDERFUL centrepiece served on a colourful bed of mixed salad leaves for our traditional Christmas night family buffet.

  4. Fiona Marshall says

    Keep it simple for a light tea after the large traditional roast – on crackers with cream cheese and rocket

  5. says

    I’d be tempted to make a kind of kedgeree with it but in reality it looks so nice whole, probably just hunks of very fresh bread, butter and some fresh crunchy veg / salad

  6. Tink Rhonda Lee Mse says

    Oh WOW! great competition! It would be served with crispy roasties, organic broccoli and yorkshire puds.

  7. Emma Hicks says

    Wow what an excellent prize! This will be perfect for my mum at Christmas, as she doesn’t eat meat but loves fish. And I would definitely choose this over turkey any day!

  8. Emma Craven says

    Simpler the better – just lemon juice and black pepper, poss on oatcakes, but definitely accomp by glasses of fizz

  9. Debbie Stanley says

    I think I would have it cold boxing day with minted new potatoes and watercress salad and then use any left overs to go into a fish pie for later in the week

  10. Dee Williamson says

    Oh how I love Salmon!!! I would serve this with my Sister In Laws gorgeous cranberry salad as a light starter for the big day!

  11. caroline Johnson says

    Boxing Day lunch with crisp salad leaves, plenty of yummy breads including thin sliced brown and crusty white and a variety of sauces. Keep it as simple as possible as the salmon looks mouthwatering and I am sure it will taste divine!

  12. Sue Bennett says

    It needs nothing else but a few slices of cucumber and some buttery potatoes. Nothing that will detract from the beautiful flavour of the fish.

  13. Louise says

    Boxing Day in this household is when we serve cold meats e.g. turkey, ham etc so I would serve the salmon for my vegetarian bro in law who eats fish (and anyone else who wants to eat it … lol)

  14. Sarah Fawcett says

    With cous cous sprinkled with sultanas and flaked almonds topped off with some cinammon sprinkled greek yoghurt. Very healthy on Boxing Day after a big fat Christmas luch :)

  15. jackie m says

    ohhh so many ways. I’d share it with my dad for a breaky of eggs benedict using the salmon to replace the bacon. I’d use some of it in a salad. Some of it in a simple dinner with roast garlic new potatoes and roasted carrots.

  16. Caroline H says

    I’d have a little with scrambled eggs, homemade bread toast and a Buck’s Fizz for breakfast, on blinis as nibbles and in a risotto with spinach and oyster mushrooms on Boxing Day as a change from left overs.

  17. Andrea Jefferson says

    love salmon might not get a chance to eat it as daughter loves it and just eats it straight from the packet!!!

  18. Jay Scales says

    I think it’d be great to save until a couple of days after Christmas – when everyone’s sick of turkey and overindulgence, and wants something a little healthier, but still tasty :)

  19. Annie T says

    On New Year’s Eve, which just happens to be DH’s birthday, we’d be sick of turkey by then and salmon would make a lovely change. I’d serve it with baby spinach, new potatoes and a lovely sharp hollandaise, accompanied by a celebratory bottle of fizz.


    I would use it in loads of things for the night time buffet – blini’s, volovants, wraps, dips, pasta salads. xoxo

  21. says

    Smoked salmon, big chunky whole one like this has always featured heavily at some point during my family’s long Spanish Christmas so probably the same way as always: as it is, with a fish slice, chopped hard boiled egg, lemon wedges and capers… Some things are best enjoyed as they are

  22. Helen Thurston says

    Christmas Eve – simple supper of Salmon, herby new potatoes, salad, granary bread and a glass of wine. Any left over Salmon would be cooked with creamy scrambled egg on granary toast for Christmas breakfast.

  23. Louise Allen says

    We are having a crowd of people round for Christmas, so probably very simply!! We’ll have a side of honey mustard gammon, and the traditional turkey as well as all the vegetables…

  24. Ttrockwood says

    I would serve for a brunch with friends new years day with fresh new york city bagels, cream cheese, thin sliced red onion and tomato slices! Open face, of course…

  25. Cherryl Thomas says

    With raw thinly sliced brussel spouts, winter lettuce, baby chard and carrots fresh from the allotment – delish!

  26. Fiona Mallard says

    We would probably use it as a starter – we have salmon anyway. There might even be some left over for boxing day!

  27. Alison Turner says

    I would serve it as the main dish in my Xmas buffet with various accompaniments so that people can eat to their own tastes. :)

  28. Jane English says

    I’d just lightly steam it, then serve with new potatoes, petit pois, carrot jullienne, & broccoli. Nothing else as I hate the taste of my fish being hidden under sauces etc.

  29. Kelly Hooper says

    embarassingly I would have to give it to my mum to cook as she always makes all the fish dishes and I wouldnt have a clue what to do!

  30. Cheryl M says

    I would share it with friends on New Year’s Eve, and serve it with green salad, new potatoes, mayonnaise, a couple of special salads (green beans and walnuts and three tomato and chive spring to mind) with granary bread and mayonnaise or vinaigrette dressing. And (of course) champagne to see in the new year.

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