Grilled scallops

From: Martin & Paul's Surf 'n' Turf

All that’s good about west Cork can be found in this dish. It’s my west Cork version of surf and turf, so I’ve stolen some of Paul’s beloved black pudding to make it! Make sure your scallops haven’t been dredged, as that is disastrous for the sea bed.

Poached Turbot, Ballycotton new potatoes, Hollandaise sauce

From: Martin & Paul's Surf 'n' Turf

Turbot is such a prime fish that it doesn’t need a lot of cooking. With turbot, the simpler the better... If you can’t get a whole fish, buy fillets and fry them instead.

Potato, Leek and Mussel Soup

From: Home for Christmas

Serve with sour cream and fresh chives.

Shrimp Omelette

From: Martin's Mad About Fish

How about a fishy omelette from Martin Shanahan?

Quick Mussels with Carrot

From: Today

Mussels are available all year round from most good fish mongers. They are a quick and easy meal, be it as a starter to share at a dinner party or a main course, served with home cut chips. They are also very reasonably priced, with a kilo costing around €4.00. Be sure to only use mussels that are fully closed prior to cooking and discard any unopened ones if they have not opened during the cooking process.

Fish Crumble

From: Martin's Mad About Fish

Martin Shanahan suggests this delicious alternative to a fish pie! A real family dish that doesn't have to be expensive.

Sea Trout and Colcannon

From: Martin's Still Mad About Fish

If you like sauces, this is a recipe for you.

Mackerel Burger

From: Today

Here is an alternative to the standard burger, the chicken of the sea, Mackerel and a tomato based relish, to smear in the Bap. You can modify the flavour of the burgers by using different types of mackerel, different dressing and garnishes. It all depends on individual tastes.

Crab and butternut squash risotto

From: Martin's Mad About Fish

A delicious crab risotto from Martin Shanahan.




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