Delivery to mainland UK only.

Salmon Fillets


 

£4.75

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UK Family Favourite Fish. Rich and Unique in its flavour with a firm slightly oily flesh. Can be poached, baked, pan fried, barbecued, grilled.

Trimmed and Deboned.

Portion size approx.
180-200 gm £4.75

380-400 gm £9.25

580-600 gm £14.00

780-800 gm £18.40

980gm-1kg £22.00

Supplied Fresh or Blast Frozen

Please note where possible we will supply Fresh Fish if requested, however if unavailable we will substitute with Blast Frozen Fish.

We organise deliveries on a 24 hour basis and deliveries are made on Wednesday and Friday to the Mainland UK.

For Wednesday delivery we must receive your completed order by 3pm on Monday.

For Friday delivery we must receive your completed order by 3pm on Wednesday.

We will do our very best to deliver within these timescales, however there may be occasions we may be unable to get a courier for required day. Also we will delay deliveries if we are enjoying extreme hot weather, in these instances we will notify you as soon as we can.

If you're not at home upon the parcel arrival please leave clear instructions where to leave your parcel.

Your goods will be packed in a polystyrene box with gel packs to maintain the correct temperature during the delivery period. Please ensure you do not delay unpacking your delivery upon receipt , this will ensure that your purchase will be enjoyed at their best. Upon receipt open your package and deal with your goods immediately either transfer to fridge or freezer.

Everything is clearly labelled with all the information you will require.

Re use the poly box, ideal for transporting chilled items. The Gel packs are not designed for reuse, however you can use the box with an ice pack.

Rest of UK

Delivery up to £50 is £14.95

Delivery over £50 is £11.95

Delivery over £125 is free shipping

Orders over £50.00 = FREE GIFT

Orders over £100.00 = 2 FREE GIFTS


Scotland

NO DELIVERY TO ISLANDS AND SCOTTISH HIGHLANDS

Delivery up to £50 is £20.90

Delivery over £50 is £17.9

Delivery over £125 is £5.95

Salmon coulibiac

Ingredients

  • 4 eggs
  • 50g butter
  • 700g skinless, boneless raw salmon fillets , cut into finger thick slices
  • 2 x 375g blocks all-butter puff pastry
  • 1 egg, beaten, for glazing

For the rice

  • 1 large onion, finely chopped
  • 1 tsp cumin seeds
  • 1 tsp coriander seeds
  • 4 cardamom pods
  • 2 star anise
  • 200g basmati rice
  • 1 bay leaf
  • 4cm piece cinnamon stick
  • 400ml fish stock or water
  • zest 1 lemon, juice ½
  • large bunch dill

Method

  1. First, get everything prepared. Boil a pan of salted water, add the eggs and cook for 8 mins exactly. Drain and cool under cold water, then peel and set aside.
  2. Heat half the butter in a non-stick frying pan and sizzle the slices of salmon for 1 min on each side (Pic 1), just to firm up the fillets but not cook them all the way through. Lift the salmon onto a plate.
  3. Now cook the rice. Melt the rest of the butter in the same pan. Add the onion, cumin and coriander seeds, cardamom and star anise, then gently fry for 8 mins until golden. Stir in the rice and add the bay leaf and cinnamon stick (Pic 2), then pour over the stock and season generously. Cover and bring to the boil, then lower the heat to its lowest setting and continue to cook for 10 mins. Turn off the heat and leave covered for 10 mins, then stir through the lemon zest and juice. Set aside to cool. This can be done several hrs in advance. Once cool, stir though the chopped dill.
  4. To assemble the pie, roll out one of the pieces of pastry to a rectangle as wide but a third longer than this magazine (23 x 40cm), then lay on a baking tray. Pack half the rice along the middle of the pastry, discarding the star anise and cinnamon as you do so, leaving a good 5cm border around the edge. Lay the salmon over the rice, then slice the eggs and lay those over the whole salmon layer (Pic 3). Top the eggs with the remaining rice and use your hands to gently pack everything down to a firm, even shape. Brush any stray grains of rice off the border, then brush the border with beaten egg,
  5. Roll the second piece of pastry out to a rectangle slightly larger than the first. Drape over the coulibiac and gently press the edges to seal the 2 pastry sheets together. Trim the edges to neaten and crimp with your fingers or press down with a fork. The uncooked pie can now be chilled, on the baking sheet, for a day or frozen for up to 2 months.
  6. To cook, heat oven to 220C/200C fan/ gas 7. Brush the pie all over with beaten egg and, if you want, lightly score the pastry with the back of a knife in a criss-cross fashion, making sure you don’t cut all the way through (Pic 4). Bake for 20 mins, then reduce the heat to 200C/180C fan/gas 6 and continue to cook for 20 mins until golden brown. Leave to rest for 10 mins, then serve in thick slices with a bowl of Dill cream or Herb salsa (see recipes, below).