Simple seafood dishes

one day course from £198.00

Available from 30th Jun 2018

In the words of Rick, “nothing is more exhilarating than fresh fish, cooked simply” and this course teaches you how to select what you cook carefully. Dishes include amritsari fish, clams in XO sauce, marinated salmon with passion-fruit, lime and coriander and steamed scallops with ginger, spring onions and soy.

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Course dishes 2018

  • Amritsari fish
  • Clams in XO sauce
  • Marinated salmon with passion-fruit, lime and coriander
  • Steamed scallops with ginger, spring onions and soy
  • Rice with monkfish, saffron and roasted red peppers

Please note ingredients are subject to change, due to seasonal availability.


  • Filleting a round fish
  • Making a batter
  • Preparing and filleting and marinating a large round fish
  • Preparing and steaming scallops
  • Filleting a monkfish tail

Course overview

Arrive – 8:45am
Welcome – Enjoy a tea or coffee while browsing the recipes for the day and meeting your fellow chefs
From 9am – Watch our chefs demo three dishes then recreate each dish in pairs at your workstation enjoying the fruits of your labour
Lunch – At our long ‘en famille’ dining table overlooking the Camel Estuary with a glass of wine or two
Afternoon demo – Time to relax with a glass of wine and watch our chef demonstrate the final dish of the day
4pm – Finish. You will be presented with a Rick Stein’s Cookery School certificate and recipe folder plus a chance to browse our shop with an exclusive voucher.

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School & stay break

There is no better way to relax and unwind after a day at Rick Stein’s Cookery School than in one of our beautiful coastal inspired rooms, designed by Jill Stein.

With over 40 guest rooms and a serviced cottage in Padstow as well as self-catering properties in nearby Trevone and Martindale, we have the perfect place to stay in Cornwall.

Call 01841 532700 or click here to find out more.

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