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Elsa
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2008/05/18 11:39:50 (permalink)
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Salmon

I got 800gram of perfectly cooked salmon I made yesterday.... And now I need to cover up the flavour of it... ( no matter how hard I try I just have to admite I don't like fisf on its own very much, but I don't want to throw away quality food....)
was thinking a patè, pie, casserole or something... but can't find a recipe.
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    don marcos
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    RE: Salmon 2008/05/18 12:53:27 (permalink)
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    Fish Pie with potatoes, sauce and seasoning maybe
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    Elsa
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    RE: Salmon 2008/05/18 12:58:32 (permalink)
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    hmmm... maybe? How do I make that? is it lean? Don't you need cream and pastry to make that?
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    Malika
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    RE: Salmon 2008/05/18 13:09:26 (permalink)
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    What about a salad:

    some rocket/spinach/watercress + salmon pieces on top + grapefruit segment + olive oil + lemon juice

    Nice & healthy summer salad!
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    RE: Salmon 2008/05/18 13:10:52 (permalink)
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    How about flake it up into some pasta, add some veg like peas / celery / peppers / mangetout (can use anything really). Could use a tomato based sauce with that? Or one based on creme fraiche or similar?
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    theiopener
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    RE: Salmon 2008/05/18 14:12:11 (permalink)
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    make up a tomato and black olive sauce for it

    heavily spice it with a stock cube, basil, oregano, garlic, pepper and salt and a bay leaf and throw in a tin of chopped tomatoes and a handful of chopped black olives
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    RE: Salmon 2008/05/19 10:38:06 (permalink)
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    why not cook it in a tandoori paste or even with noodles with some fresh chilli, garlic, ginger, fish sauce, soy sauce and lime juice. throw in some veggies like pak choi, peppers, mange tout as well
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