Soft, tender and flaky, John Dory is a match made in heaven with the crispness of Napa cabbage and sweetness of tomato-crab broth.
A classic French dish, the sweet taste of red mullet is a dream when paired with starchy bean stew and haricot beans.
It’s been labelled as the ‘poor man’s lobster’ and has an ugly head. But look beyond its exterior and you’ll discover a versatile fish with a tender texture that absorbs the flavours of accompanying sauces ...
Sumac’s wonderful tangy flavour takes on a slight, smoky taste when seared with the scallops so use it sparingly.