The Delia Collection: Fish by Delia Smith

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  • Thai fish curry with mango

    • sharifah on March 06, 2014

      This was a strange recipe - not unpleasant, but not great either. It was trying to be a Thai dish with classic Thai ingredients but the ingredients didn't really gel together. I used pollock instead of halibut and I thought I'd try the recipe as I had a glut of mangoes. I won't be making this again.

  • Luxury fish pie with rösti caper topping

    • sharifah on December 26, 2011

      I swopped the white wine for fish stock, and swopped the fish stock with milk - and its yummier than the original version.

  • Smoked haddock with crème fraîche, chive and butter sauce

    • PennyBarr on November 08, 2017

      Excellent, easy dish - the smoky flavour of the fish isn't overpowering but gives a lovely, rich, savoury sauce. Semi-skimmed milk is fine otherwise just follow the recipe exactly.

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  • ISBN 10 056348733X
  • ISBN 13 9780563487333
  • Published Oct 02 2003
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 136
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Ebury Press
  • Imprint BBC Books

Publishers Text

Autumn 2003 sees the launch of the first four titles in The Delia Collection a series currently planned to contain eight titles in all. In compiling the Collection, Delia has chosen her best and most popular recipes updating old favourites and adding some that are completely new. These are books aimed both at experienced cooks and at newcomers to homecooking who can be sure that, with Delia's friendly and approachable style, they will be guided by a trusted hand through her fail-safe recipes. The fourth book in the series is a collection of over 50 fish recipes. Many people shy away from cooking with fresh fish because it seems too difficult and messy. Delia tackles this notion by providing the know-how and plenty of authentic dishes to suit all levels of cooking ability.

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