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Megrim (Cornish) Sole

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Megrim (Cornish) Sole

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One fish is approx. 1 portion
(a portion is roughly 450g before preparation*)

£8.50/Kg OR £3.83/portion

* The final weight you receive per portion will, of course, vary depending on the method of preparation that you have chosen.

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Fished in the crystal clear waters off the Cornish coast, megrim sole is highly valued in Madrid for its tender flesh. These fish are cleaned and ready to cook. Check out our sole recipe ideas.

Megrim sole are landed throughout Cornwall; we prefer to buy our fish from the port of Newlyn as it offers the greatest volume of fish to choose from.

Megrim or Cornish sole is available throughout the year and is a great fish to select as a year round addition to your shopping list.

Simply pan fried with a squeeze of lemon.

Our fish is landed daily and comes in all different sizes - just as nature intended! Our prices are given in 'weight per kilo' and where possible we are able to offer a price per portion. We will do our best to get your order as close to the kilo weight as possible and always within a 20% variant to the size you choose.

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Recipes

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    Deep frying fish

    Fish has been deep fried in our country for years and years; mostly in batter.

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  • Pan frying fish

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