A glorious dish this, enjoy…

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8 Sole/Plaice Fillets
250g smoked haddock

Other Ingredients

1 egg white
1 egg yolk
2 tbsp double cream
1 tbsp parsley
1 pint fish stock
2 fl. oz Noilly Pratt
3 fl. oz. sour cream
½ teaspoon cornflour
salt & pepper
Cayenne pepper
Juice ½ lemon
85g butter
250g seedless white grapes


1. Process the smoked haddock with the egg white, cream and chopped parsley to make a smooth paste and chill.

2. Boil the fish stock and reduce to ¼ pint. Cool and add the Noilly Pratt.

3. In a bowl, blend together the cream, egg yolk and cornflour.

4. Skin the fish fillets and spread a little of the haddock mixture onto each one before rolling up and placing on their ends in a baking dish.

5. Pour the Noilly Pratt mixture over the fish and bake in a preheated oven 200°C/Gas Mark 6/bottom shelf Aga Roasting oven for around 10 to 15 minutes.

6. Remove the fish and keep warm.

7. Pour the juices into a pan and boil for around 5 minutes before gradually adding the cornflour mixture. Season with salt, pepper, pinch Cayenne and a little lemon juice and whisk in softened butter. Do not boil this mixture.

8. Place a little sauce on each plate and top with a couple of the fish paupiettes, decorate with halved grapes. Any remaining sauce can be handed around separately.