Salmon in puff pastry

Puff pastry is fun and easy to work with, and always guarantees a delicious flaky result.

By WWW.GOURMETKOSHERCOOKING.COM
July 21, 2011 13:45
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Salmon in Puff Pastry

Salmon in Puff Pastry. (photo credit: gourmetkoshercooking.com)

 
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SALMON IN PUFF PASTRY

1 package puff pastry (2 large sheets)
1 whole salmon, filleted
2 cups white wine
1 cup sour cream
1 onion, diced and sautéed in 1 teaspoon oil
1 tablespoon dill

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1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place salmon in large baking pan. Pour white wine over salmon. Cover and bake for 1 hour.

2. Remove from pan and cool. Break salmon into small pieces and combine with sour cream, onion and dill. Mix well.

3. Lay one sheet of puff pastry on greased baking sheet. Spread salmon mixture over pastry leaving 1/2 inch border along all sides. Top with remaining puff pastry sheet.

4. Crimp and seal edges – wet your fingers and the edge of the pastry if necessary. Brush with egg wash (1 egg white mixed with 1 teaspoon water) and bake for approximately 1 hour until brown. If you have extra puff pastry, you can make decorative shapes on the top

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