This silky smooth bisque is served in Forman’s Restaurant. Lobster shells are roasted off to intensify the flavour then flambéed in cognac to add a gentle kick. A rich stock is made with the shells then we add double cream, a touch of tomato puree and butter. It’s sublime.
The large bisque serves six so makes a very easy, very classy dinner party starter for less than £1.70 a head – in Scott’s or Sheekeys you’d pay a small fortune – or a memorable canapé served as shown in a smart shot glass.
Scottish Lobster (CRUSTACEANS), Brandy, Cream (MILK), Tomato puree, Carrots, Leeks, Garlic, White wine, WHEAT Flour, Butter (MILK), Salt & Pepper
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Warm through in a non-stick saucepan over a gentle heat.