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Use a fresh fish stock and enjoy the flavour of fresh fish in this clear soup.
White fish fillet (seabream or seabass), Fish stock, Green beans for garnish, Carrots for garnish
I tried making this with soy sauce or dashi granules but then I tried it with Dashida (a Korean seasoning) and it made my previous efforts look so bad!
Beansprouts, Carrot (small), Red pepper, Pepper, Oil, Garlic, Dashida (Korean seasoning)
A gentle mild soup you can make in the blink of an eye.
Bottled cockles jar, Milk, Hot water, Fish stock cube, Potato (small), Carrot, Cornflour, Water (for the cornflour), Salt & pepper
Use lots of your favourite herbs to get a lovely flavourful sauce.
Rainbow trout (whole), Butter, Salt & pepper, Fresh herbs, (such as parsley, tarragon, dill, thyme or mixed)
Nice and juicy with a lovely light sauce.
Rainbow trout fillets, Mushrooms, Soy sauce, Sake or white wine, Mirin, Sugar, Butter, Oil
You can enjoy fresh fish anytime you like, once you know these tips.
Fish fillets, Or whole fish (organs removed), Cling film, Ziploc bags
Take a peek inside the world of flat fish...and get some good advice.
 
Perfect for a bento lunch box!
Bottled cockles jar (90g), Soy sauce, Mirin, Sugar, Sake or white wine, Honey, Ginger (grated)
Crispy skin on the outside and juicy fish on the inside.
Rainbow trout (whole), Salt, Metal skewer, Mirin
It's a simple recipe with only 2 steps.
Mackerel fillets, Flour , Wholegrain mustard, Honey, Soy sauce, Salt
You'll really taste the sundried tomatoes in this dish.
Anchovy fillets, Cod fillet, Sundried tomatoes in oil, Courgette, Mushrooms, Salt & pepper