Monday, 23 June 2008

Smoked salmon Rolls with cream cheese and dill.

So I was looking for something easy to do for a Christmas starter. I wanted to do something with smoked salmon. I saw Gordan Ramsey video on you tube (below ) Searched the Internet and found this here from Closet Cooking
And also here from the The Culinary Chase

Suncheon makes smoked salmon rolls

My recipe
Courgette cut in thin strips and marinated in a little salt pepper and olive oil
Cream Cheese,
Dill or mint or spring onion,
Lemon juice ,
Smoked salmon .
Lay the courgette down lay a smoked salmon strip on top near the top of the strip add a little of your cream cheese lemon juice dill mixture. Roll
Drizzle with a little balsamic vinegar .

My first idea to look for smoked salmon rolls came from
Gordon Ramsey's Courgette Rolls

Slice the courgettes lengthway
s, using a swivel vegetable peeler - you'll need 24 long strips. Drizzle some of the olive oil and balsamic over two large plates and lay the strips flat, trying not to overlap. Sprinkle with more oil and balsamic, cover and leave to marinate in the fridge for at least 20 mins. Can be prepared up to 6 hrs ahead.

  1. Mix the ricotta with lemon juice and seasoning to taste, then mix in the basil and pine nuts. Place 1 tsp of the ricotta mixture onto one end of a courgette strip and roll up. Repeat until you have used up all the filling. Arrange rollsup right on a plate and grind over some black pepper. Drizzle with a little more oil and balsamic vinegar to serve.


limdongcheol 12 March 2010 at 15:00  

Your blog is great and I've just been using it to make Samgaetang. However, Gordon Ramsey, I hate the man with a passion. Too many British cooks are cartoon characters whose selling point is not so much their cooking but their character. Ramsay is rude, agrressive and foul mouthed. I get tired of British people talking about our 'love of food,' and how we obviously love food when we have so many great chefs. Most of them support packaged food, or run their own brands, if not in packets in jars and Oliver is the front man for Sainsbury. Unfortunately, for most British people food TV is about entertainment rather than cooking. The Oliver's and Ramsays have all launched their entire families through their TV programmes. Do we have to patronise them further! Ramsey was banned from Australian TV, we should be doing the same. Ramsey and all the others marginalise and debase the art of cooking. Sites like yours do more for cookery than do celebrity chefs. Keep up the good work but consider taking a political stance on celebrity iconization.

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