These juicy, plump and succulent are wild, creel-caught crayfish come straight from China. They’re an incredibly versatile ingredient, ideal in seafood recipes, salads and sandwiches. 20 to 30 crayfish tails 2 tablespoons apricot jam 1 tablespoon crushed garlic 1 tablespoon thyme dry or fresh 1 lemon zest and juice 2 […]
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This Seafood Cocktail mix is second to none. A mix of Squid, Mussels, Baby Octopus, and Prawns. A real handy bag for the freezer that is perfect for pasta, risotto, stir fries, or paella. Each pack contains 800g net weight.
There are few animals as visually stunning as a baby octopus when cooked. Purple-tinged arms curl and twist into an eye-catching swirl that looks more like a sculpture in an art museum than a meal on a plate. When it comes to food, however, beauty only goes so far. Eventually you’ve got to stick a fork in it and satisfy your hunger. Enjoy soft Cooked Baby Octopus
Crayfish Tails in Brine – 720g Tub
A whole tub of cooked and peeled Crayfish tails in brine with sweetener. These juicy, plump and succulent crayfish are wild, creel-caught in China. They’re an incredibly versatile ingredient, ideal in seafood recipes, salads and sandwiches.
Prawns can be boiled in salted water for a couple of minutes if bought raw and are also delicious grilled, deep-fried, stir-fried or barbecued. Their flesh is grey when raw and turns pink and opaque once cooked.
Jellied eels are a traditional English dish that originated in the 18th century, primarily in the East End of London. The dish consists of chopped eels boiled in a spiced stock that is allowed to cool and set, forming a jelly. It is eaten cold.
Tub of Mussels – Chilean – 650g Tub of Mussels, Estuary Fish supply Chilean Mussels which are raised in the crisp clean waters off the coast of Southern Chile. The Chileans are scrubbed, parboiled, de-bearded, frozen fresh, and packaged. They are available in variable weight tubs, kilo bags and 1lb […]
Tub of Cockles – Leigh on Sea – 450g A cockle is an edible, marine bivalve mollusc. Although many small edible bivalves are loosely called cockles, true cockles are species in the family Cardiidae. They live in sandy, sheltered beaches throughout the world and have distinctive rounded shells are bilaterally symmetrical, […]
Roll Mop Herrings are ready-to-eat pickled herring fillets, rolled into a cylindrical shape, in a tub. The brine additionally consists of water, white vinegar, salt and also contain sugar other than onion rings, peppercorns and mustard seeds.
I was surprised when I looked that there was no recipe for roll mops on the site. A grave omission! So here is my version. Other fish can be used. I have seen versions for trout fillets but herring is still the traditional fish to use.
You can use four whole herrings and fillet them yourself, if desired.
I use red wine vinegar but you can also use cider vinegar as an alternative.
The strange implement in the photo is an old gadget that was used to make a single cup of tea back in the days before tea bags were invented. Mine was given to me by my mother and I don’t think they’re available these days. It makes adding spices to a mix so much easier. The alternative is to just add the ingredients and then sieve the vinegar before use.