Posts Tagged ‘Fish’

Pan Fried Groper with Prawn Boudin & Bisque Sauce

Pan Fried Groper with Prawn Boudin & Bisque Sauce In episode 4 of “Around the World with Manu” I was honoured to prepare one of my signature dishes, prawn boudin with a rich bisque sauce, for the top chefs at

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Herring with Potatoes & Tomato Sauce

Herring with Potatoes & Tomato Sauce While filming episode 1 of “Around the World with Manu” I went out on a fishing boat off the coast of Cornwall. The segment was cut from the final show but I simply had

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Steamed Hake with Cannellini Beans & Olive Oil Mayonnaise

Steamed Hake with Cannellini Beans & Olive Oil Mayonnaise In episode 1 of “Around the World with Manu” I worked the pass in Rick Stein’s restaurant at Sandbanks in exchange for a lunch. This hake dish was one of the

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How to Fillet a Salmon

Filleting a fish is something you may be a little intimidated by, but you can do it in your own kitchen without much trouble at all. If possible, have your fish monger gut and scale the fish before you bring

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Sauce Grenobloise & Crispy Skinned Salmon

Grenobloise — a classic French sauce made with lemon, parsley, capers and butter — is the perfect accompaniment for salmon, or pretty much any other fish you prefer! Remember that you’ll need to remove the scales from the skin before

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Sauce Beurre Blanc

A few months ago I posted a sneak peek over on Facebook of a new project I was working on… today I’m excited to start sharing it with you! I’ve recently shot a series of some of my favourite classic

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Silver Dory Brioche Sliders

Le Petit Burger de Poisson A healthier version of a slider, featuring flaky pieces of perfectly cooked fish, a tangy tartare sauce and a soft sweet brioche roll, these are great for adults, and also a good way to encourage

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Kingfish and Bean Salad

I love the flavour and texture of kingfish, especially when it has a crispy skin. The white bean salad is an easy way to dress up a simply cooked piece of fish. You can by hiramasa — South Australian-farmed kingfish

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