We love traditional Scottish cooking here at TrueHighlands, but for a change this week we thought we would share something a bit more contemporary. Don’t panic, we are not about to start pulling pork or frying pizzas just yet. What we do have for you is a 19th century Scottish variation on the breakfast of the British Empire.
As Hamish Macbeth meandered through the Scottish Highlands he approached the most inspiring road zig zagging up to a high mountain pass. At the bottom there was a warning sign which said Narrow road - no more than three sheep abreast. The sign is of course fake but the road, Beallach Na Ba in Applecross is very real.
The lunch menu at Sutor Creek features a selection of locally sourced meats, vegetables and fish in addition to wood-fired pizzas. One of the most popular lunch dishes is the Smoked Haddock Fishcake served with a mustard sauce and seasonal vegetables. Fishcakes are a great family supper (kids love getting involved with the egging and breading part!) or make a smaller portion to serve as a starter for a dinner party.