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  • Salmon Mousse

    Salmon Mousse

    Salmon Mousse


    (Serves 60)

    6 cups fully cooked salmon chunks or 6 cans (45 ounces or 2+3/4lb) salmon, drained, bones and skin removed If cooking fresh: add to a small bowl the following ingredients, mix and pour over salmon, add a pan of water to the oven, then bake at 250 degrees for 15 minutes (up to 10 minutes longer for thicker cut of salmon): 2 tblsp olive oil,
    1¼ tsp salt,
    pepper, to taste
    2 tsp parsley, minced
    2 tsp basil, minced
    2 tsp dill, minced
    2 tsp lemon zest, minced
    1 shallot, minced

    Let the salmon cool:
    6 packages (48 ounces) cream cheese, softened
    12 tablespoons chicken stock
    12 tablespoons sour cream
    6 tablespoon finely chopped white onion
    6 teaspoon lemon juice
    3 teaspoons salt
    12 tablespoons minced fresh dill for garnish OR 2 oz caviar

    NOTES:

    In a large Mixer, beat cream cheese, chicken broth and lemon juice until smooth.
    Add the salmon, sour cream, onion and salt, mix well until blended.

    Pipe into shells or onto crackers, etc.
    Refrigerate for at least 2 hours.

    Sprinkle with dill or top with caviar.

  • Spicy Sweet Refrigerator Pickles

    Spicy Sweet Refridgerator Pickles
    Spicy Sweet Refrigerator Pickles
    (Makes enough to pickle about 1 lb of vegetables)

    6 pickling cucumbers
    1¼ cup water
    ¾ cup white vinegar
    ¼ cup sugar
    4 cloves garlic, chopped
    3/4 tblsp salt
    1/2 tblsp pickling spice
    ¾ tsp dill seed
    ½ tsp red pepper flakes
    1 tsp cayenne pepper
    2 springs of fresh dill

    NOTES: I love mixing the baby peeled carrots with thick slices of pickling cucumber - great to snack on!

    Mix all ingredients well, until the sugar dissolves, except cucumbers. When sugar has dissolved add in the cucumbers.
    After a day they should be ready depending on how you like them. Keeping them in their liquid for many weeks, if you can wait that long to eat them!