Too many times I go about creating some long-winded, complex creation with the intention of blogging all about it only to find I either a) cannot remember what the ingredients are, b) didn’t put the card in the camera, c) cannot even remember what it was that I created. So for this post I kept it simple – Salmon and Pesto Parcels. It takes about 10 minutes to put together, 20 minutes to cook and about 5 minutes to eat.
I’m sitting here in my happy little bubble because I just found out that Christmas is cancelled. Apparently baby Jesus wasn’t born on the 25th December. It’s been discovered by scientists that the real date was the 25th November so we all missed it and can now look forward to…another day and I don’t really now what that is; I’ll get back to you. Bah humbug.
But not wanting to be a spoilsport I thought I’d share a nice dinnertime solution that you could, should you so wish, prepare for the family on the completely benign, no-different-to-any-other-day 25th December.
I have, like so many things, created Salmon en croute before, but this time I used two whole sides of salmon. A lot of salmon.
When does Salmon en Croute become a Wellington. Or vice versa. Does anyone understand what I mean. Or care?
In the fridge I found some random ingredients and with the devil-may-care attitude of someone who has just got the kids to go to bed and 1 (one) nice big glass of wine inside me I thought ‘Sod recipes, lets do this one on the fly’. So off we went: