Recipes & Cooking
Scallops and Wild Garlic Butter Method:
Defrost the Scallops.
Preheat your grill, or oven if you prefer to 210C.
Lightly oil and season each of the Scallops, preheat a non-stick frying pan over a medium-high heat, add your Scallops and fry for 30 second until golden brown, then flip over and fry for a further 30 seconds on the other side.
Remove the Scallops from the pan and place them in the shells.
Slice the Wild Garlic Butter into 4 and place a slice of butter on top of each Scallop.
Place the shells onto a baking try and then place under the grill or into the oven. If using a grill, they will need 2 minutes until the butter has melted and started to bubble around the side. If using an oven, they will need at least 5 minutes.
*Serve with a nice green salad and some crusty bread.
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.
Sustainability & Provenance
Thanks to this successful sole recovery plan, populations are healthy in our area and Dover sole is 'Recommended' on the Cornwall Good Seafood Guide. Read more