If you say salmon recipes, I say tasty Salmon Wellington recipe. For someone who’s not a big fan of fish, when I tried my first salmon in puff pastry, I simply just fall in love. It was back in England, near a lake outside of London, in an Inn. Since that night, I’ve been looking for a recipe for salmon wellington, as I decided that there’s no way I’m not going to make this on my own. While the below recipe is not the traditional English one as I changed a few ingredients, believe me, it’s the best salmon in a puff pastry that you will ever try. With a hint of Italian taste, I managed to create something amazing!
When it comes to a really tasty Salmon Wellington recipe, the traditional British salmon in puff pastry is great enough too. However, with an Italian twist, you can make it even better. There are plenty of salmon recipes to try, but if you actually want something that you and your lunch/dinner date will really appreciate, do try this one.
Traditional Salmon Wellington recipes suggest using thyme as a spice, but I did ignore that completely and used other spices instead. This is a really easy dish, that even newbie cooks can make, and there’s literally no way you could mess it up. It takes really little time to prepare it, and it takes just about 25 minutes to bake it.
When we speak about the ingredients of my tasty Salmon Wellington recipe, you might want to know what that Italian twist is about, right? Well, I decided to do my salmon in puff pastry instead of cream cheese with Parmiggiano Reggiano (Parmesan cheese). This must be freshly grated though!
Also, instead of olive oil, I used butter, and as for the spices, I have used garlic and onion powder instead of thyme. A Wellington Salmon also has to have spinach in it. Another tip is to use salmon cuts that are not too thin since you want your dish to look nice, right? This is also important for a salmon in pastry puff, since you want to taste the fish, not only the spinach and the puff pastry, right? Let’s see then, how this Salmon Wellington is made!
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