Archive for October, 2009

Anthony Flinn’s Warm Smoked Cod Cheeks with Cockerels’ Crests and Chicken Popcorn

This is a recipe for the intrepid food explorers amongst us…it’s also a very tasty and rewarding dish, however, be warned, it requires skill and attention so it’s probably best suited to the more experienced cooks out there that are seeking a challenge. (For a more simple recipe for cooking cod cheeks check out Cod [...]

Cod Cheeks in Beer Batter Recipe

What are Cod Cheeks?: Cod Cheeks are exactly what they sound like – the cheeks of a cod, more specifically it is the tender flash of the cod taken from it’s jaw. Cod Cheeks can usually be found in most fishmongers, and if they are not in stock all good fishmongers will be able to [...]

Posh Fish and Chips with Minted Peas

Another simple recipe for gourmet fish and chips, served with minted peas. This is an extremely easy and extremely satisfying fish and chips recipe that everyone will like, even those that do not usually like seafood and fish dishes. This is the classic fish and chips dish that is the keystone for any gastropub menu. [...]

Sticky Sesame Cod with Japanese Broth

This is an incredible Japanese dish and the good news it that it is nowhere near as difficult as it sounds to make – in fact, it’s surprisingly easy. This is great comfort food, and it makes an impressive main course for a dinner party. Recipe for Sticky Sesame Cod with Japanese Broth: Ingredients needed [...]

Cod and Salmon Fish Kebabs with Cucumber Raita

Ingredients for Cod and Salmon Fish Kebabs: 300g/10½oz cod fillet, skinned and diced 300g/10½oz salmon fillet, skinned and finely chopped 1 lime, juice and grated zest only 1 small fennel bulb, finely chopped 1 small bunch of fresh coriander, finely chopped 4-8 green chillies, finely chopped 4 spring onions, finely chopped 2 tbsp fennel seeds, [...]

Paul Rankin’s Fillets of cod with a smoky garlic and parsley butter with diced carrot, leeks and potatoes

Paul Rankin changed the face of culinary Northern Ireland when he opened his restaurant called Roscoff. Roscoff went on to become the first restaurant in the country to get awarded a Michelin Star. Paul Rankin remains one of Ireland’s most respected and popular chefs. This is Paul Rankin’s recipe for fillets of cod fish, finished [...]

Gino D’Acampo’s Pan-fried cod with cheesy mash, mushy peas and roasted cherry tomatoes

Gino D’Acampo is an Italian chef who inherited his love for cooking and quality food from his family. After serving many years as a chef in Europe and learning his trade, he is now the owner of a leading supplier of Italian ingredients to the UK. Gino is also a popular chef on TV shows [...]

Paul Rankin’s Cod wrapped in bacon with stir-fried vegetables and crispy noodles

Paul Rankin is an award winning Chef from Northern Ireland. A vivacious personality that brings new twists to traditional Irish recipes, as well as his own modern take on Irish cuisine – and makes it accessible to the average cook at home. Here Paul Rankin share a recipe for thick flakey codfish wrapped in bacon [...]

Aldo Zilli’s Seared Cod and Mussel Broth with Crisp Leeks and Courgette Chips

This is an incredible fish recipe from the seafood master Aldo Zilli. Aldo Zilli shares his recipe for a Seared Cod and Mussel Broth, and shows you how to serve it up with leeks and courgette chips. Ingredients needed for mussels: 2 tbsp olive oil 1 onion, finely chopped 1 red pepper, diced 1 red [...]

Dani Spies Recipe: Mediterranean Cod Pouches

Dani Spies share a recipe for Mediterranean Cod Pouches – quick and easy