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Grated radish makes a pretty red and white sauce
Whole sea bream , Olive oil, Garlic, Onion, Radishes, White wine, Salt, Lemon juice, Parsley, Coriander
You get a fantastic flavour from the sea bream bones.
Fresh sea bream, Rice, Soy sauce, Mirin, Sake, Water (for the rice), Sesame oil
This is a really warming dish.
Sprats, Carrot, Turnip, Yam, Jerusalem artichokes, Kombu seaweed, Spring onions, A, Finely chopped ginger, Sugar, Sake, Miso, Potato starch, Plain yogurt, B, sake, Soy sauce, Grated ginger
You won't be able to resist the crunchy filo pastry and the saltiness of the anchovy! A dream with a cold cold beer!
Filo pastry sheets, Onion (medium), Mushrooms, Anchovy fillets, Olive oil, Parmigiano reggiano
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You don't need to make a roux or use a white sauce for this dish!
Halibut, Onion (small), Potato (small), Carrot, Butter, Plain flour, Vegetable stock cube, Milk, Finely chopped parsley
Smoked cod roe is sold at high-end supermarkets next to smoked salmon. You can use it to make Japanese tarako.
Smoked cod roe, Dashi pack, Sake, Salt, Soy sauce, Sugar, Mirin, Cayenne pepper, yuzu
A bit tricky to make and the avocado could go brown or collapse, but it's so worth it!
Sushi rice, Salad leaves, Tuna (tinned, in oil), Mayonnaise, Cucumber (1cm square strips), Avocado, Nori sheet
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The tinned cod roe is quite large, so this is another way to use this wonderful ingredient. It goes well with pasta, try it and see.
Long pasta, Cod roe (200g tinned), Milk, Creme Fraiche, Cayenne pepper, Dashi broth (concentrated), Anchovy paste, Parsley, Nori seaweed
Take a peek inside the world of flat fish...and get some good advice.
 
It's super easy using smoked salmon.
Spinach, Smoked salmon, Garlic, Olive oil, Puff pastry sheet, Salt & pepper, Egg
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A mix of French and Chinese cooking but they work really well together!
Cod fillets, Yellow pepper, Green pepper, Onion, Tomato (medium), Garlic puree, Vinegar, Tomato ketchup, Soy sauce, Mirin, Chicken stock cube, Sugar, Water, Potato starch in a bit of water
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