This recipe is so different because it combines both curing and slow roasting! This recipe reminds me of my time in Sweden when my hubby ate Salmon EVERY DAY. . .literally weeks of salmon. . .I couldn't do it! Recipe from December 2009 issue of Cooking Light magazine. They recommend serving it with a light salad made of watercress and cucumber. Time does not include the 8 hour cure period. UPDATE: WOWZERS was this cool! So easy! Salmon is restaurant worthy, but we didn't care for the sauce. . .but I will let you decide! We prefer it with my Recipe #368431 instead.
This is from Off The Shelf Cooking. I used one 14.5 oz. can of salmong, and I think it could have used just a tad more sour cream than 1/3 cup. Also, I used sour cream with chives rather than the dip; it saved on sodium content.
Use leftover salmon or canned, either way, this is a delicious chowder. Corn,potatoes & carrots give this a delightful flavor. It goes together in a snap and can be made in one pot, so clean up is easy. This recipe was given to me by a dear friend.
Simple one skillet meal but beautiful and tasty. The Zaar powers that be made me include the ingredients for the potato pancake recipe I used. Please refer to the chef's recipe for directions or use your own potato cake recipe. Keep in mind the nutritional info will be incorrect for this reason, i.e. only used half the ingredients for the potato cakes.
This is a family favourite -- even Aunt Esther loves it. And it's so easy to make. I've always had the kids help make the crust and press it into the pie pan. This is great for lunches and leftovers, too, as it reheats very well in the microwave. Adapted from a recipe in a Farm Journal cookbook.
This is a dip with great Scandinavian taste that you can throw together 1-2-3! You can add a small, seeded, and finely chopped cucumber for a slightly different taste. Or, you might want to cover the dip with chopped fresh parsley or pimento. Serve it with rye or pumpernickel bread or your favorite crackers.
Flavored with dill,dijon and capers. A very easy and impressive salad and a super way to use up leftover salmon. From my Phoenix Junior Women's League Cookbook, by chef Scott Tompkins at the Marco Polo Cafe.
I had some smoked salmon and was looking for something different to make with it. I found a couple of recipes that when combined led to this creation. If makes a hearty brunch of light dinner and is delicious served with whole wheat toast and sliced tomatoes.
I found this in the "South Beach Diet Book".. even if you're not dieting... it's great. Just substitute real sour cream for the fat-free for a to die for experience. It's quick, simple and uses on hand ingredients.
This is an excellent pate, the recipe is easy to double or halve and is very quick to make! It is rich but over the years that I have made this, I already cut back on the amount of butter from the original recipe!