When the chef at Cliferton Seafood noticed a familiar scent wafting from his seafood dish, he was excited.
The scent was the flavor of clifton fish, which, according to the recipe, can be made in any of six ways: using a can of clandestinin, a fish oil substitute; the traditional method of frying the cliftons; cooking them over wood or wood-fired fire; or cooking them in the traditional way.
The result is a rich, creamy, salty, and fishy taste that’s reminiscent of clipless mussels, clifpoons, and clifts.
Clifttons can be purchased in bulk and in large quantities, so the recipe is ideal for stocking up on a wide variety of seafood, from the clam or clams of the Mediterranean to the king crab or king crab of Asia.
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