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Oh my, this was wonderful! Had no clue what to expect as I've never made anything like this before. We all loved this, however noses starting turning up at the mention of hollandaise so I used a mustard cream sauce from a different recipe. My roommates have dubbed this the amazing "fish pocket".
What a wonderful combination of flavors! I was looking for a way to dress up salmon, and this was great. I used fresh baby spinach and sauteed it with sliced mushrooms and a splash of lemon juice. I also substituted phyllo dough for the puff pastry because the puff pastry had too much trans fats. It turned out really good. Big kudos from the family! Thank you!
Having made something similar while I was a culinary intern about 10 years ago I went looking for this type of recipe. This was absolutely wonderful. I served these delectable delights to my in-laws and my mom-in-law was still raving about what a wonderful meal she had a week later! I used a pkg hollandaise sauce mix (quick and easy) and frozen, wild pacific salmon fillets. Served w/ steamed veggies, a side salad, and white wine...Yummy!Thanks for sharing such a great and simple recipe.
ohh... this was GOOD.. My salmon fillets were 6 ounce portions (not 4 ounce) and that was waaaaay too much for this rich dish. I'm going to make this again, for sure! My mom even liked it and she always said she didn't like salmon!
These are wonderful! I cut the recipe in half, for just my husband and I and we enjoyed them very much. We had these after work and I'm sure it took less than 50 minutes from start to finish. I did use a Hollandaise sauce mix as I was short on time. I'm going to get a small, fish-shaped cookie cutter to cut out the scraps of puff pasty I had leftover, to decorate the tops of the packets. I'll definitely be making this again, it's a winner. Thanks for posting this recipe KelBel :)
Being more partial to salmon than to beef, I loved the sound of this recipe as soon as I came across it and when I saw that it included spinach, this spinach-lover was totally won over! And as with all of KelBel's recipes, I was not disappointed. I made this with fresh salmon fillets and I used baby spinach leaves (something I always have in the fridge) and for the hollandaise sauce, I used PaulaG's super-easy to make Blender Hollandaise Sauce Blender Hollandaise Sauce. We ate this as a really tasty weeknight meal, but it's a recipe that I'll keep in mind for serving to guests. 5 stars +++++. Thank you KelBel for another wonderful recipe!
Salmon, spinach, puff pastry and hollandaise sauce, all of my favorites, how could this recipe ever be anything less than 5 stars! I was going to make this recipe using canned salmon, but changed my mind and use frozen thawed fillets. This recipe requires no changes what so ever, it is wonderful as is, thanks for a great salmon recipe Kel!...Kitten:)
These are wonderful and fun to make! I also appreciate you using some prepared mixes (frozen puff pastry and the sauce mix) -- and this is my first time using the puff pastry that the pastry actually puffed and behaved like I think it should! Thanks for the success and giving me courage to try another puff pastry recipe (maybe next time even making the pastry myself). We had this with Rosted Fingerling Potatoes wiht seaoned salt Roasted Fingerling Potatoes With Seasoned Salt and salad. Thanks for sharing this keeper!