I can't lie: this dish has become one of my new favourite things. Each mouthful is an outrageously delicious bit of heaven that anyone sensible won't be able to resist. The contrast of hot crispy soft Yorkshire pudding and cold creamy smoky trout with a good hit of horseradish is unbelievable. You can put the creamy smoked fish in one big serving bowl if you like, but I think it's quite sweet to make up a few individual servings in little teacups. Around May and June you'll start to see flowering chives around, and those are beautiful for decorating the top of the potted fish if you're out to impress. This is dead quick, so easy and absolutely perfect for a starter – just whack it right in the middle of the table so everyone can help themselves. Your guests will be fighting over it, I promise.
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 419kcal
- Carbs 22.4g
- Sugar 4.8g
- Fat 27.9g
- Saturates 6.2g
- Protein 17.8g
This recipe is from:
Jamie's Great Britain
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