His character Sean Tully may have ruined the hot pot recipe he was bequeathed by the late Betty Turpin but Corrie actor Antony Cotton says that the legendary dish will find its way back onto the Rovers menu.
Sean was left the recipe by Betty so that he could carry on making it but dropped it into an experimental batch of hot pot during one of last Monday night's episodes. However, Antony was interviewed on This Morning and revealed that rescue is round the corner.
He said: "It appeared to have perished, but that recipe is invincible and will be back. The recipe has gone into the hotpot for the moment, but it will be back and hopefully the recipe and Betty's legendary dish will continue. And it will always be Betty's hotpot, not Sean's. But Sean is the keeper of the hotpot."
Seeing as the Rovers seems to serve nothing but hot pot the future health of most of the street residents may rest with Sean's ability to keep Antony's word.