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Savoury Herrings         HT   MC    25mins

Serves     Hot     Fish    Vegetables   Main Course  Eggless



4 Herrings

Seasoned Flour

2 medium-sized Onions, thinly sliced

75g/3 oz. Butter

1-2 tbsp Vinegar





1. Clean the fish and remove the backbone and roes; wash and dry carefully.


2. Score the fish 2-3 times on each side and dip into seasoned flour. Heat the fat in a frying pan and arrange the fish side by side in the fat; cook for 5 minutes till golden-brown, turn, add the onions and fry for a further 5  minutes.


3. Remove the fish and drain well, then put it in a serving dish.


4. Continue to cook the onions for a further few minutes. Arrange them on or around the fish.


5. Add the vinegar to the pan, heat slightly, then pour over the herrings. Serve immediately.




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