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West Scotland

James Martin explores regional ingredients found in the British Isles. On the west coast of Scotland the sheltered lochs are the perfect environment for langoustine.

Chef James Martin takes to the skies to explore how the beautiful and unique landscape of the British Isles produces distinct and delicious regional ingredients.

On the wild and untamed west coast of Scotland James establishes why the sheltered lochs are the perfect environment for langoustine to thrive and why Highland beef is such a lean yet flavoursome meat.

James creates a delicious soup of deep-friend langoustines and mussels in a vodka and tonic batter, and a Thai-style Highland beef salad.

30 minutes

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter James Martin
Participant Jonathan Jones
Participant Paul Winterton
Director Joanna Brame
Series Editor Karen Plumb
Executive Producer Pete Lawrence

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Try out James Martin's dishes from his travels around the UK

Try out James Martin's dishes from his travels around the UK

Get the recipes from the BBC Food site.