Roasted white Fish with Leeks & Lentils

Thanks to the wife of a client for this very tasty recipe. Lentils are tasty, filling and a super source of fibre as long as they agree with your bowel.

This is a fast recipe, especially if you use tinned lentils.


1 Serving : 30g Carb   kcal 585

One serving

Fibre Protein Carbohydrate Fat
11g 48g 30g 31g


Serves 2

200g x 2, hake fillets with skin on

400g tin of green lentils, 240g drained

150g half a medium leek

300g, 1 large red pepper

20g, a handful of fresh parsley

30ml olive oil for the dresssing

15ml vinegar (red wine or apple cider)

20ml olive oil for first bake

capers, chopped


  1. Pre-heat the oven to 180
  2. Chop the leek, red pepper and parsley
  3. Rinse the tin of lentils under a cold tap and leave to drain
  4. Toss the chopped leek and red pepper in 20ml oil and bake for 15 mins on a flat baking tray
  5. Mix in the lentils and add the fish, skin side up, on top
  6. Pour over the oil, capers and vinegar, all mixed together
  7. Season with salt and black pepper
  8. Bake for another 10 mins, turning on the grill for the last few mins to slightly brown the skin of the fish
  9. Serve.