It's hard to beat sticking a piece of fish in a frying pan for a speedy supper.
Skate is a member of the ray family - it has lovely white flesh on a cartilage skeleton, so it flakes off really easily. A good option for people who usually eat fillets because they don't like messing around with bones.
Dusted with flour, seasoned with some (homemade) Old Bay Seasoning, then fried in a splash of olive oil. When the fish was almost finished, I added a knob of butter, some chopped garlic, the juice of a lemon and a spoonful of drained capers.
Served with some asparagus, microwaved until tender. Less than 10 minutes from walking through the kitchen door to putting it on the plate. Takes longer for them to deliver a pizza.