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5 Michelin-Starred Chefs Cook Fish

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5 Michelin-Starred Chefs Cook Fish

Cooking fish and seafood is a process of fine margins: just a few seconds under or over on the stove and the fish is inedible. But a perfectly cooked piece of fish is a thing of wonder.

Here, five Michelin-starred chefs demonstrate different ways to cook fish, from butter poaching to battering and frying. Of course, be sure to check that you are only using sustainable fish species – take a look at this guide to sustainable fish from the Marine Conservation Society for further advice.

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First up, Magnus Nilsson of Sweden’s Fäviken restaurant makes delicate butter-poached turbot with sunflower.


Next, Raymond Blanc from two star Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons cooks gilt-head sea bream, roasting it with a selection of aniseed-heavy ingredients.


Gordon Ramsay turns out the perfect battered fish and mushy peas, with a spicy kick from ginger, chilli and cayenne.


Three Michelin star French chef Éric Fréchon prepares whiting in an almond crust.


Here’s an interesting one from a slightly belligerent David Chang to finish with: instant ramen-crusted skate.


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