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18-01-2007, 14:18   #1
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I've just bought a tin of cod roe.Haven't had any for 20 years.Anybody got any decent cooking recipes for it
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18-01-2007, 14:25   #2
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I've just bought a tin of cod roe.
I was going to suggest Taramasalata, but I don't think tinned will do.
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18-01-2007, 16:10   #3
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My favourite quick snack: drain roes, toss in al ittle seasoned flour, shallow fry in just a little oil till slightly browned and hot thru (tinned are already cooked so donesn't take long.)Squeeze over some lemon juice and lots of black pepper.I sometimes fry a thinly sliced cougette with lots of garlic at the same time.Yum, making me hungry, better go and cook tea!
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Cod....ewww it gives me convulsions. Haddock all the way!!
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Cook a big pile of chips.

Chuck the tin of cod roe (unopened) in the bin.
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Cod....ewww it gives me convulsions. Haddock all the way!!
Haddock is greasy.............plus it's the favourite fish of L**ds.
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19-01-2007, 00:11   #7
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Cook a big pile of chips.

Chuck the tin of cod roe (unopened) in the bin.
Now, that's a recipe!
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19-01-2007, 12:18   #8
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The stuff you get in tins tastes completely different to fresh roe, which is lovely.
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19-01-2007, 12:59   #9
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My favourite quick snack: drain roes, toss in al ittle seasoned flour, shallow fry in just a little oil till slightly browned and hot thru (tinned are already cooked so donesn't take long.)Squeeze over some lemon juice and lots of black pepper.I sometimes fry a thinly sliced cougette with lots of garlic at the same time.Yum, making me hungry, better go and cook tea!
hmmm, i spy a lower fat option to my favourite dinner, battered roe from the chippy.

(actually, perhaps just leaving the chips and mayo would be a good start )


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I don't think I've ever had them, they look disgusting when I've seen them in the fishmongers. I have had taramasalata in the past which was nice enough though.
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19-01-2007, 13:29   #11
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I don't think I've ever had them, they look disgusting when I've seen them in the fishmongers.
They do look a bit like alien brains, the veins and membranes don't help.
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