Looking for delicious ways with plaice? Find recipes for grilled lemon plaice, poached plaice, baked fish goujons, creamy seafood bakes and much more. Be sure to check out our entire Fish collection for more ideas.
An Italian-inspired fish supper, which is simple to make and incredibly healthy. Plaice fillets are baked with lemon juice, tomato, basil and garlic granules.
These strips of lemon sole are coated in breadcrumbs and baked until golden and crisp on the outside and deliciously tender in the middle. They're served with a tangy tartare dip – the perfect accompaniment for any simply cooked fish dish. New potatoes and a baby plum tomato and basil salad are ideal side dishes.
Plaice fillets are flavoured with chilli, ginger, mint and coconut milk, then wrapped in parcels and baked in the oven. Courgettes tossed with mustard and sesame seeds and minted new potatoes are served alongside.
A must for all seafood lovers. Crab meat is baked with prawns, scallops and plaice fillets in a creamy white sauce. Enjoy with mashed potatoes, if desired.
This is a wonderful dish that even seafood-haters will love. Plaice fillets are topped with seasoned crab and baked to perfection. Enjoy with rice, potatoes or pasta.
Here rolled up plaice fillets, flavoured with oyster sauce, ginger and spring onions, are set on a bed of the sea vegetable samphire and then steamed. They're served with a mixture of long-grain and wild rice.
Delicate seafood is complemented by saffron, tomatoes and courgettes in a clear and light, but well-flavoured, broth. The accompaniment, a piquant spread of creamy ricotta cheese and red pepper for French bread, is far lighter than classic rouille, the spicy mayonnaise traditionally served with seafood soups.
This fish dish is elegant and delicate in flavour. Plaice is grilled to perfection, then served with a sauce made with white wine, orange liqueur, ginger and hollandaise sauce.
Avoiding the usual deep-frying method and making chips with a variety of root vegetables adds nutrients and makes this favourite a much healthier meal.
A packet, a parcel, a papillote – an elegant envelope with supper inside! If you've never cooked fish this way, give it a try. Cooking en papillote seals in the food's natural flavour and juices, and the presentation is bound to impress!