When the children were small we ate 'veggie' much more often than we do now, and this particular dish became a firm family favourite.
At this time of year I go to Haddock's and pick whatever is ready to be eaten. After being cleaned and prepared they are lightly cooked until just 'done'.
The whole lot is then fried in Olive oil, Garlic, Parsley, and some Butter, then when nearly ready it is given a good sprinkling of Cumin, a squeeze of Lemon juice, and salt-n-pepper. I sometimes also add a tiny tin of red Kidney Beans (as below).
This is 'virtuous' food, feel good food, food that you could give to a Buddhist Monk.
It also happens to be de-bloody-licious.