Same Dish, New Fish

Take the #SameDishNewFish challenge

We love our seafood in South Australia, but we like to stick to our favourites.

Get hooked on something different and take the #SameDishNewFish challenge. By choosing a wider variety of local seafood, you can help support sustainability.

See how easy it is to swap a fish in your favourite dish by cooking one of our classic family recipes.

Take the challenge to the next level by using your own recipe and choosing a less popular fish in your favourite dish.

Don’t forget to snap and share with us at #SameDishNewFish. Happy cooking!

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Try a different fish

Sand Crab

Sand Crabs have a pink shell and two identifiable dark red or purple-coloured spots. They generally have softer meat than Blue Swimmer Crabs.

Australian Herring >

Australian Herring (Tommy Ruff) Australian herring, commonly known as tommy ruff here in SA, is a versatile fish to cook and an easy fun fish to catch with kids.

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Australian Salmon >

Australian Salmon is also known as Salmon Trout or WA Salmon. Large schools of fish migrate between Western Australia and South Australia.

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Mulloway >

Mulloway is a flavourful and versatile fish. In the South Australian Lakes and Coorong fishery, it is certified sustainable.

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Octopus >

Octopus is most commonly caught as a by catch in Lobster pots in South Australia and is best purchased from your local fish retailer.

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Sand Crab >

Sand Crabs have a pink shell and two identifiable dark red or purple-coloured spots. They generally have softer meat than Blue Swimmer Crabs.

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Sardine >

Sardines are rich in Omega 3 essential oils. South Australia’s Sardine fishery is one of the largest in the world, producing some of the highest quality Sardines in the Southern Hemisphere.

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Snook >

Snook are commonly found between autumn and summer and form schools over areas of seagrass.

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Swap a fish in your favorite dish

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Page Last Reviewed: 08 Jul 2020
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