John Dory with Herb and Tomato Butter - This recipe is simple to make, but eye-catching and delicious nonetheless - http://www.fishisthedish.co.uk/recipes/main-meals/1434-john-dory-with-herb-and-tomato-butter
Great beer batter fish So – first step – start with some good fresh fish. Types of fish that are great in a beer batter include Halibut Haddock Cod John Dory Tilapia For ease, and because I’ve always had great results with this, I tend to buy skinned and boned frozen fillets (much of what you buy fresh at the seafood counter is just defrosted frozen stuff anyway!) Beer Battered Fish (for 4 big eaters) 2 pounds of firm white fish
Lightly buttered with a touch of lemon, any white flesh fish fillets are suitable for this dish but John Dory is perfect. Take care not to burn the butter when you're making the sauce - cook it just enough so it's golden and tastes nutty.
One Pan Asian Snapper with Sesame Sweet Potato & Kale. I’m obsessed with these simple one pan dinners – showing you how easy your everyday meals should be! This recipe works perfectly with any white fish – snapper, john dory, barramundi – whatever is local and seasonal! Sweet potato is also an excellent low-GI carbohydrate and those crunchy kale chips? Beyond! One Pan Asian Snapper …
Pan-Fried John Dory with Orange, Parsley & Date Salad - It doesn’t come much simpler than this: a beautiful piece of pan-fried fish with a sweet little tumble of orange, dates, parsley and onion. So simple, but so tasty … the salad can be made a few hours ahead and the fish only takes minutes to cook just before serving.