Oxford Landing Estates

  • Serves 6
  • About 8 hours. (20 minutes active).



Curing the fish

Place the ocean trout onto a plastic tray (or line a metal tray with baking paper).

Place the sea salt, sugar, dill and 3 tbsp of the lemon zest into a mixing bowl and combine well, then spread this salt mix over and underneath the trout.

Cover with cling film and place into the fridge and allow to cure for 8 to 12 hours.

Horseradish Crème Fraîche

Just before serving, place the crème fraîche, chives, horseradish and the remaining lemon zest into a mixing bowl, combine well and season with freshly cracked black pepper.

To serve, thinly slice across the fillet and arrange onto a serving plate, drizzle with crème fraîche and serve with freshly cut lemon.

the curing time will depend on the thickness of the fillet of trout, for thick fillets lean towards 12 hours

And to drink?

2020 Chardonnay

Pale straw green in colour. Yellow peach and ripe nectarine aromas with wild honey and hints of lemon myrtle. These are supported by freshly cut hay and cinnamon spice complexities from wild fermentation. Layers of flavour build across the medium bodied palate reflecting not only the fruit but the use of wild fermentation and ageing on yeast lees. The slightest hint of oak comes through on the palate as a hint of cinnamon and spice, highlighting the complexity derived from barrel matured reserve wine. Balanced acidity gives the wine thrust through to the refreshing finish.

Real Food is for Real People...

We've put together this collection of recipes to show you how we eat around here. It's not really a coincidence that our food is a lot like our wine: authentic, approachable, and as unpretentious as we can possibly make it.

We'll keep adding to this library over the seasons, to give you loads of choice whatever the occasion you're cooking for.

Chris Wotton

Kitchen Genius

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