Saturday, September 22, 2007

Unexpected Ingredients

When I came across these recipes, they both caught my eye because each one had a surprise ingredient. The addition of potato chips in the breadcrumb topping makes for a crispy, crunchy and salty crust on salmon. In the cauliflower & apple puree, the cauliflower is cooked in milk with some angel hair pasta until it is tender enough to puree. The pasta adds just enough starch to give the puree a velvety texture, creaminess and buttery flavor. Better yet, both of these dishes also happen to work well together as a main course.

The Broiled Salmon with Crisp Herbed Crust recipe is written for two servings, but can easily be doubled or tripled for a family. If you have leftovers, the Cauliflower & Apple Puree can be quickly transformed into a wonderful soup by simply reheating equal parts puree and stock (chicken or vegetable). Bring the soup to a gentle simmer and serve with a drizzle of white truffle oil.

Click here to download and print a two-page pdf of these recipes:

Broiled Salmon with Crisp Herbed Crust for Two
with Cauliflower & Apple Puree

1 comment:

Emily said...

This salmon recipe sounds really good and unique! We're having salmon recipe contest and awarding the creator of the winning recipe "A Summer of Wild Salmon" - 15 lbs. total of wild salmon. We'd love to have you enter a recipe as well as help spread the word about our contest. The link is under the Kobe burger - MarxFoods.com.