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This is the Yourcounty salmon en-croute recipe. Salmon in pastry is quick and simple enough for a beginner to tackle. Because salmon has a unique taste you can put a variety of herbs and or spices of your choice, or leave it plain with a squeeze of lemon and salt and pepper, personally I like to use some fresh Dill. Serve hot with new potatoes, baby carrots and asparagus, adding a little butter to the vegetables or if you prefer cold try with salad and French dressing. All the successful recipes are stored in the Recipe Directory.
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Preparation Time: 30
Cooking Time: 35 Minutes
Ingredients: Serves 4
400g white flour
300g of butter
4 medium salmon fillets, skinned and boned about 175g each
Salt, pepper & herbs to taste.
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