Cooking Techniques

  • Pan Fried Torbay Squid

    Take one of our cleaned Torbay squid and cut it into pieces. The head section can be cut into rings and the tentacles cut into 4 equal sized pieces...
  • Cooking with our butters

    Fish loves butter. For many years it may have gone out of fashion but butter is a natural, healthy fat that is an incredible companion to seafood....
  • Cooking the perfect T-Bone

    HOW TO: Just like a beef steak, a T-bone is a prime cut taken from the biggest flat fish like brill, turbot and plaice.  These fish have developed ...
  • Under the Grill

    HOW TO: Using your grill is an easy and healthy way to cook either thinner fillets or portions like hake and sea bass at home.  Preheat your grill...
  • Barbecue / Chargrill

    HOW TO: Fish cooked over a fire is delicious, though it’s really important to get the optimum cooking temperature by allowing the grill bars to bec...
  • Oven Bag

    HOW TO: A great way to cook fish is 'en papillote' aka in an oven bag. You can make a bag yourself very easily from a piece of greaseproof or parch...
  • Deep Fry

    HOW TO: A small deep-fat fryer is ideal for cooking small seafood such as squid, prawns, red mullet fillets, mussels, sprats, anchovies, whitebait ...
  • Pan Fry

    HOW TO: To pan fry a piece of fish, use a non-stick pan or one that you know is non-sticky! Heat the pan and add a few tablespoons of a neutral oil...
  • Oven Roast

    HOW TO OVEN ROAST A WHOLE FISH: Fish likes heat. Preheat your oven to 220˚C/200˚C Fan/425˚F/Gas Mark 7. Rub your fish with olive oil, then salt, an...