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Normandy John Dory    HT  MC  French  30mins

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2 Dessert Apples

75g/3oz Butter

4 John Dory Fillets

2 tbsp Flour

Salt and Pepper

1 Bay Leaf, crumbled

1 Clove

240ml/8 fl.oz. Cider

The juice of 1 Lemon




1. Peel, core and cut apples into rings. Lightly fry lightly in 25g/loz of the butter, drain.


2. Coat fish with seasoned flour. Add the remaining butter to pan and fry the fillets for 5 minutes on each side. Arrange on a warmed serving dish, garnish with apple rings and keep hot.


3. Add the bay leaf, clove and remaining flour to the pan and stir well.

4. Gradually add the cider and lemon juice and bring to boil, stirring all the time.


5. Strain the sauce over fish and serve at once.




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