Friday, June 6, 2014

FFwD: Salmon Rillettes

Snack or sandwich filling!

Enjoyed making this up
the smoked salmon added lightness
to the flaked poached salmon
I used finely chopped red onions instead of scallions
and juice of one whole lemon
salmon rillettes with
rice crackers, green apples and pickled ginger
with mini manhatten cheesecake
and chinese tea!
and of course I followed up
with a sandwich with the salman rillettes filling!
not on a diet!
Life sucks when none
of all my cameras work
The Doristas is a lovely group of humans from all
over the globe and they are a source of
inspiration to each other in life and in helping
each other along cooking through
Dorie Greenspan's Around My French Table
I have been doing the NOW bit for the last half a decade
and enjoying every bit of it
and DH is surprised with my independance
do check out the rest of group's results for this week's recipe at:
salmon rillettes - page 26

Thanks for dropping by for a visit and leaving me a comment!


Mary Hirsch said...

Why, Emily, I was just charging along, reading and enjoying your Post before getting to the Link about an interesting Post. So, of course I clicked on the Link and it was ME. Thank you. Thank you. I never know if what I write is good or just silly. This week you and Andrea have inspired me to "keep on truckin' " (a Midwestern expression.) Ironically, I finished off my remaining Salmon Rillettes with rice crackers also and liked that combo. I also used a red onion because I wanted the color. Again, merci beaucoup. I am inspired by everyone in this group also.

Anonymous said...

This was good, wasn't it? I'm glad you liked it too.

Andrea_TheKitchenLioness said...

Emily, so nice to read that you enjoyed this week´s recipe for Salmon Rillettes - a fabulous recipe, I agree.

Cakelaw said...

Two great ways to seeve your rillettes - yum.

Kathy said...

I enjoyed mine both ways! I loved this one! Very nice!

Jora said...

Mini Manhattan Cheesecake?! That sounds delicious. Pickled ginger also sounds like a great addition to your lunch spread.