Christmas ads too early? How about fish with no fuss at a fun fair?!

By Grimsby Telegraph | Posted: 13 Nov 2017

Famed for his hectic lifestyle, love of good foods and super-cool fashion sense, Made In Chelsea star Oliver Proudlock is used to living life in the fast lane, regularly looking for simple life hacks to complement his busy schedule. 

Yet nothing could have prepared The Saucy Fish Co’s latest ‘recruit’ for his most recent challenge from The Saucy Fish Co – whipping up a delicious salmon taco dish when under pressure. 

And by under pressure, there a few things more hectic and high speed than the fairground waltzer. 

Filmed at a fun fair, Proudlock was challenged to take part in the hilarious task by the Seachill team, whose latest research identifies that almost half of Brits are looking for simple life hacks to ease the pressures of cooking and juggling hectic evening routines.  

Formed with the mantra to take the fuss out of fish, research, which surveyed 2,000 UK consumers identified that 43 per cent of Brits believe cooking is the number one task that detracts from free time, with over a quarter (28 per cent), saying that the effort it takes to prepare a tasty meal often leads to them ordering takeaway to free up precious minutes. 

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With his hectic, always-on-the-go lifestyle, Proudlock is a prime example of someone that favours life hacks but won’t forgo great taste and flavour from his foods. His under pressure challenge showcases how easy it is to whip up a delicious salmon taco dish when using The Saucy Fish Co. cook from frozen range. 

Speaking about his challenge, Proudlock said: “I’m always on the go and cooking under pressure so my meals need to be quick, convenient and delicious. Taking on The Saucy Fish Co challenge made me appreciate how easy it can be to whip up a delicious salmon taco dish – if I can do it on the fairground waltzers, then you guys can definitely nail it in the kitchen at home. I’m pretty impressed with my efforts, the end result was incredible. And who doesn’t love Salmon taco’s. Yeah baby!”

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