This baked salmon will become a standby for us. It is quite outstanding and not as difficult as you might expect. Click here for: Blog post – Baked Salmon
The soup was an eye opener: something that will become a standby for us, quite outstanding; it is worth learning to make prawn stock in that way. You should try this soup! Click here for: Blog post – Malaysian Prawn And Spinach Soup
We were not a religious family but our mother would always make salmon patties (sometimes with tuna) for our evening meal on Good Friday. It was her excuse to make them – and we loved them so much! Click here for: Blog post – Olive’s Salmon Patties – An Easter Treat!
In the Maritime Provinces of Canada , small outlets sell jars of preserved lobster and clams. Basically they are cooked in the jars in which they are sold and they can be used to make a wonderful pasta dish! For the recipe, click here – Pasta with Preserved Lobster and Clams
This is a standby recipe of some Sydney friends as they are not just easy and tasty, but people love them: … spread the baguette slices with some cream cheese, top with smoked salmon and garnish with capers and dill. Click here for: Blog post – We invite the neighbours in for nibbles!
A charcoal-fired cauldron with a central chimney and a moat of bubbling stock was in the centre of the table. Around were numerous containers of different meats, seafoods, noodles and vegetables to be cooked in the liquid for a few minutes, and then scooped out and eaten with various sauces and condiments. Click here for: Blog post – Asian Style …
These are superb, almost addictive. spread on crusty bread or toasted baguette! Click here for: Blog post – Salmon Rillettes – For Entree! Recipe pdf – Salmon Rillettes
One of those old-fashioned dishes which can be an easy but special entree that is light and refreshing. Click here for: Blog post – Seafood Cocktail
Quick and easy, this makes a surprisingly lovely appetiser. Using smoked salmon instead of fresh still gives a great result! Click here for: Blog post – Europe 2016 – Part 4
A very simple but yummy method of cooking fresh salmon. Microwaved or baked, it will become a standby! Click here for: Blog post – What’s in the Fridge? No. 4
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