Fondue is a great fall and winter meal. Warms you up right down to your toes! I love it after a walk in the woods on those chilly, fall days! I do mine in my little crock pot before I leave and then it is piping hot when I get back.
This sauce comes from a cook book, French Classics. This is perfect served over fish. DO NOT overheat the yolks or the sauce will curdle and you will have to start again. Cooking time is complete time. Serve with salmon # 170382
I read Derf's "Spiced Salmon" recipe (#137983) with interest since it also uses chutney as I do, but we prefer our salmon grilled w/the smoky, lime flavor of this marinade. I use the marinade all day & then reserve it to use for a sauce I make while my DH grills the salmon. We love this & the combination of the salmon & the marinade sauce has been a big hit with our friends.
This is from Pampered Chef. I recently attended an "It's A Wrap" party through them and got the recipe for this. We like it without the meat, but you can be the judge of whether you add it in or not. ZWT West region.
Posted for the Zaar World Tour 2006-Syria.
From "The Best of International Cooking" cookbook. Even though the title says that this is a salad, it is actually a dessert. If you prefer a less sweet dessert, add the juice of one lemon. I haven't made this recipe, but I love dried fruit and nuts and this sounds delicious. Note: prep time does NOT include refrigeration time, so be sure to allow extra time for required refrigeration.
I saw an episode of The Barefoot Contessa the other day and had to try this appetizer. She made hers as sandwiches, but I thought it was kind of neat to display the Salmon since it's so expensive. I scaled down the serving size as well. The recipe came from her Book Party show. I wasn't able to get the entire ingredient list as the site didn't have it posted. I believe it's close however.