Wednesday, 2 October 2013

Today, salmon cake - Hoy, pastel de salmón


 A piece of fresh salmon
smoked salmon (optional)
three eggs
one onion
50 ml cream
salt, pepper, and parsley, 
three tablespoons tin fried tomato

Un trozo de salmón fresco
Salmón ahumado opcional
3 huevos
1 cebolla
50 ml de nata
sal, pimienta y perjil
3 cucharadas de tomate frito de lata

Bake the salmon in the oven and crush it in the mixer with the other ingredients.
Then bake the mixture in a water bath about 180º for 30 minutes. To check it, prick with a knife if it's clean, it's done
Asar el salmón en el horno y triturarlo con los demas ingredientes
Después, hornear al baño María a unos 180º durante 30 minutos. Para comprobarlo, pinchar con un cuchillo y si sale limpio está hecho

Easy and healthy
Facil y saludable











¡FELIZ MARTES!

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16 comments:

  1. Que aproveche! Que pintaza tiene!!! estoy pensando en bajar a tu casa......

    Bss y feliz miércoles!!

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    1. Cuando quieras, lo pasaríamos genial! Comiendo y cotilleando.

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  2. Marina que rico ese pastel. el salmón es mi pescado favorito así que con tu permiso me llevo la receta para probarla en casa. besos!

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    1. Para eso está para compartirla y que la disfrutes. Se puede servir con mayonesa, con tomate frito, con ensalada, en fin como quieras.

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  3. Lo he hecho a veces con filete de pescado blanco pero con salmón tiene que estar riquísimo!!Me apunto la receta.
    Besitos

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    1. Yo también lo había hecho con pescado blanco antes, pero así se viste más de fiesta.

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  4. That looks and sounds delicious Marina - salmon is one of my favourite foods.

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    1. I love fish, the way of preparation I like the most is fried, because the fish in Andalousia is excelent and the way of frying it in Cádiz delicious, but I also like baked fish and this kind of cakes, the best is this of salmon

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  5. Que buen aspecto, yo he hecho alguno parecido pero este no, me lo guardo!!!

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    1. Genial, acabo de cenar un trozo y estaba estupendo

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  6. I like this idea to make a kind of souffle with the salmon! This looks very delicious! Thank you for sharing. Hugs xoxo

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    1. Thank you Karen for your visit. Very good for Christmas

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  7. Dearest Marina,
    What a great recipe; I will save this one. So you actually do use two types of salmon; the fresh that you bake in the oven and than chop up in the mixer with the other ingredients. I could even alter this by using cholesterol free liquid eggs and also substitute the cream. Yummy and even more so when topped off with the smoked salmon.
    Thanks a lot!
    Mariette

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    1. Of course you can substitute the cream by milk but in this case I think you have to use more amount of eggs. Don't you think so?

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    2. No, I'm not talking about milk but substituting it by a non-dairy soft tofu!
      The egg liquid I use is made from real eggs but with 0% cholesterol. http://img3.targetimg3.com/wcsstore/TargetSAS//img/p/12/93/12935593.jpg
      Here in the USA we have I guess more health conscious products available. I use it all the time, also for pancakes and waffles or scrambled eggs.
      Hugs,
      Mariette

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    3. We are still far from USA in that sense.

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