Herring are the “silver darlings” that sustained the Scottish fishing industry for over a century, and this very traditional recipe pairs
this nutritious fish with that other Scottish staple, oatmeal.
In Scotland, coarse oatmeal would be used, but small-flake rolled oats should work just as well. If you can’t get fresh herring, mackerel is a good substitute.
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