Get fit with fish

You might not fancy a crack at Mark Schwarzer’s carb-cutting, meat-heavy diet, but if you like a little fishy on your dishy try this recipe courtesy of celebrity chef Ed Baines

If you're not too keen on a carb-cutting, meat-heavy diet, try this recipe for dover sole from celebrity chef Ed Baines to fuel your pre-season training.

 

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Ingredients

• 12oz Dover sole

• 4oz butter

• 1tablespoon of vegetable oil

• 1 small bunch of parsley

• 2 lemons

• 4oz flour

• Salt and pepper

 

1 Pour flour onto a flat tray, season with salt and pepper and coat fish on both sides.

2 Fry fish gently in a pan with 1oz butter for one minute, skin side down.

3 Turn fish over and fry for two more minutes, regularly moving it to prevent sticking.

4 For the sauce, fry 2oz butter, add chopped parsley and remove from heat. Add juice of one lemon.

5 Serve fish with sauce and garnish with half a lemon. Serve with some green beans.

 

Ed Baines is head chef at London’s Randall & Aubin. To book a table visit randallandaubin.com

 

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Phil Jones: 5 foods I can't live without

Ben Foster: 5 foods I can't live without

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