Rick Stein’s Cornwall: Full list of recipes from new series

There are plenty of delicious recipes that came from the new series of Rick Stein’s Cornwall.

Over the last few weeks, Rick Stein returned to BBC Two and once again took viewers on a rich journey of discovery around his adopted home county of Cornwall.

Championing all of the offerings of the Duchy, the series explored the history, art, culture, music and, of course, the food.

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From traditional Cornish recipes to modernized classics, the TV chef showcased some of the finest culinary delights from the region.

Across the fifteen episodes, Stein served up fourteen delicious looking meals which we have compiled into a list ready for you to begin cooking up a storm in the kitchen.




1.Fish Pie

Rick’s fish pie recipe is a comforting classic that’s easy to cook at home for your friends and family, the recipe encourages you to use fresh produce from your local fishmongers.

Rick says: “The older I get the keener I am to keep ingredients out of recipes instead of adding them. This is as simple a recipe for fish as you can imagine but if the fish is good (and that includes the smoked fish which must be of the best quality), there is no better fish dish in the world than British fish pie with boiled eggs and parsley, of course.”

Find the full recipe here.

2. Lamb Navarin

This lamb navarin, a casserole dish, is incredibly hearty and packed full of flavour, making it ideal for the cooler nights.

One to save for the spring, it is lamb served with seasonal vegetables like carrots and peas.

“If you’re in a hurry this can be an everything-in-one pot dish, but I like to remove the stewing vegetables before replacing them with small carrots with their tops left on, a few tiny mauve and white turnips, some peas , green beans and new potatoes. As this is a British navarin, I like to finish the dish with chopped mint and garlic.”

Find the full recipe here.

3. Baked Ham

Rick believes that baked ham isn’t something that should just be enjoyed at Christmas, instead saying his High Tea recipe is a delight served with proper old fashioned English salad cream, boiled eggs, new potatoes and a simple salad for everyone to dive into.

Find the full recipe here.

4. Gurnard with parsley, garlic and land and sea spaghetti

This simple, aromatic pasta dish makes for a refreshing and light meal in the summer. If you like seafood pasta this recipe is a must try.

Rick says: “I also make this with bass and bream, it’s just a lovely way of cooking fish.”

Find the full recipe here.




5. Stargaze Pie

This traditional Cornish dish is named because the fish heads poke through the pastry crust and appear to be gazing at the stars. But don’t worry, you don’t eat the heads, and the fish are boned to make them easy to eat.

Recreate it with fresh Cornish mackerel.

Find the full recipe here.

6. Crab salad with fennel and samphire

This elegant salad would make for a beautiful light lunch that’s simple to put together at home.

Like the rest of the fish dishes from the show, it’s encouraged to use fresh, locally sourced fish where possible.

Find the full recipe here.




7. Steamed sponge pudding with honey and butterscotch sauce

Rick’s steamed sponge pudding recipe is a comforting classic that’s easy to cook at home for your friends and family.

The irresistibly light and buttery steamed sponge pudding is easy to make, as is the rich honey butterscotch sauce to serve alongside it.

Find the full recipe here.

8. Cheese and chive scones

Made with Davidstow cheddar, these scones are delicious served warm with extra cheese, pears and a drizzle of honey.

Find the full recipe here.

9. Horta Pie

Rick’s Horta pie recipe is a Cornish take on a Mediterranean classic.

Rick says: “In a lot of Mediterranean countries the gathering of wild greens is part of life. I have filmed excursions in Italy and Greece before and asked the simple question, ‘Why don’t we do this back home?’ There is plenty to choose from: nettles, wild Parsley, purslane, sea kale, dandelions and wild garlic to name but a few.However, this pie is also well worth making with leaves you can buy, such as chard, spinach, radicchio or rocket.”

Find the full recipe here.

10. Shangurro razor clams

Rick’s Shangurro razor clams recipes have been adapted from a classic from his Spanish travels that celebrated crab. Garlic, onion, tomato and breadcrumbs work a treat on top of the simply cooked shellfish.

Find the full recipe here.

11. Grilled monkfish

This dish is a luxurious barbecue supper for two: grilled monkfish served with the Mediterranean flavors of roasted red peppers, saffron and olive oil.

Find the full recipe here.

12. Vegetable melange with beurre blanc

Vegetable melange with beurre blanc is a real celebration of the best of the best from spring, especially if you follow Rick’s lead and use Cornish asparagus from St Enodoc. This recipe works well as a light lunch or paired with some simply grilled fish.

Find the full recipe here.

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13. Warm sole salad

If you spot some really fresh sole at the fishmongers, grab it for this super-simple warm sole salad, with tomato, avocado and basil.

Find the full recipe here.




14. Cornish Pasty

To end the series Rick opted for the traditional. Great if you haven’t visited Cornwall for a while and miss the comforting delights of a pasty or if you just want to try your hand at making something new.

Find the full recipe here.

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