Seafood

Betel Leaves topped with Spicy Fish

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No New Year Eve’s meal would be complete without fish. The Chinese character for “abundance” sounds the same as “fish”. There is also a vegetarian […]

Black Pudding with Scallops

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I recently returned from a quick trip to Dublin. I ate in a few restaurants – from traditional to modern. One constant menu item was […]

Dublin Bay Prawns with Sea Lettuce Mayo

From Lyndey Milan’s Taste of Ireland: episode 7, Dublin
Dublin Bay prawns are not prawns as they are known in Australia, but more like a langoustine […]

Mackerel with Warm Potato Salad with Chorizo

From Lyndey Milan’s Taste of Ireland: episode 2, County Cork
There’s nothing like cooking fish you have caught only an hour or so before. This is […]

King Salmon with Proscuitto and Asparagus

Servings: 2
Preparation Time: 5 minutes
Cooking Time: 8 minutes

Ingredients:
2 x 180g King Salmon fillets, skinless
2 large slices (45g) prosciutto or thin bacon
1 bunch asparagus, ends snapped […]

Oysters Natural

Oysters are always best freshly shucked. If you are not confident to do this, you can ask your fishmonger to release the hinge, but keep […]

Poached Salmon in Olive Oil

This recipe takes no more than 30 minutes preparation and cooking time. It can be served either warm or at room temperature with the minimum […]

Roast Monkfish with Irish Style Cabbage, Potato Sauce and Scallion Butter

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Recipe by Andy from Mourne Seafood Bar
From Lyndey Milan’s Taste of Ireland: episode 1, Belfast

This is a delightful dish, combining fantastic produce with some traditional […]

Seafood Chowder

From Lyndey Milan’s Taste of Ireland: episode 6, The Burren and Galway
Cooked with ingredients from Morans at the Weir but without their precious 7th generation […]

Seafood Coddle

Photography by: Brett Stevens
Used with permission from Selector Magazine Winter 2012
selectormagazine.com.au

Coddle is a traditional Irish dish usually made with pork sausages, bacon and potatoes. […]