This is a recipe I adapted from TOH. This is a beautiful presentation and goes together in around 1/2 an hour. Definitely pretty enough for company. It has a delicate flavor. I have posted the original amounts below, I adapted it for our healthier life-style. We have a friend in Alaska who sends us fresh salmon.
I have no idea how authentic this is, but it tastes good! I served with naan and steamed basmati rice. Next time, I will do some of the accompaniments. Make sure you have all of your ingredients ready to go before you start, this goes together quickly.
This is like the classic Mexican 7-layer dip, only in a Mediterranean way! I sometimes make this and leave the meat out - it is still good and vegetarian thataway! Serve with fresh-baked pita chips. I estimated amounts, use more or less to your taste. Serving size is approximate too.
This is luscious. Great to make and use up some of those Bing cherries in season. This is pretty healthy and tastes great. Cherries are great for my diet, now I just have to wait until they are in season! I use a good balsamic vinaigrette for dressing. I usually use more cherries!
These are bite-sized stollen, buttery, fruity, absolutely delicious! Recipe comes from the King Arthur Flour Baker's Catalogue with my slight modifications. I felt they called for way too much fruit. Times are an estimate and do not include rising time.