Recipes & Cooking
Dover Sole Meunière Method:
Defrost the Dover Sole.
Lightly dust the Dover Sole with seasoned flour (plain flour, salt and pepper) and shake off the excess.
Preheat a large non-stick pan over a medium-high heat, add enough sunflower oil to thinly cover the base of the pan. Add the Dover Sole carefully and shallow fry for 2 minutes until golden in colour. Reduce heat if necessary, to avoid burning the fish.
Flip over the Dover Sole and continue to cook the other side for a further minute.
Add the Meunière Butter to the pan and cook for a further 2 minutes. The butter will melt and start to foam. Baste the Sole with the foaming butter.
Remove from the pan and onto a plate, pour over some of the butter and serve with Cornish new potatoes and Tregassow Farm asparagus.
Freshness of the Sea
Hi Paul & Team Thank you all so much for the Valentines Hamper Special! It arrived: on time, in perfect condition and filled the kitchen with the freshness of the sea! We enjoyed it all but especially the beautiful impressive lobster - most flavoursome we've ever eaten this side of the Tamar! A real delicious treat and terrific surprise for my husband Alan! All the best to you and hope these storms abate soon and are not causing you too much havoc! Saw pictures of Fore Street, Fowey flooded!
Gilly Perrett, Teddington
It's best when it's fresh!
Love all sea food but became disappointed with what the best supermarket chains could offer .. the only great sea food is when its fresh .. Had two deliveries from FFT both perfect keep up the good work ..Its just not the quality of your fish and shellfish its also the fantastic delivery service from DPD with there 1 hour time slot second to none - great combination
Nick Smith, Suffolk
Xmas Buffet Box
Just to say a big thank you to you and the team for the bumper Xmas buffet box, which arrived on time (as always) this morning. Oysters on the menu tonight! The rest has been put to the back of the fridge or frozen for a festive gathering we’re planning with close friends and neighbours on the 28th December. Lucky them, lucky us! Love the tea-towel, too!
Diane Spencer, Powys