1 Cup of Flour
4 Tablespoons of Sugar
1 Stick of Butter
1 Teaspoon of Salt
1/4 Cup of Ice Water
Large Chunk of Salmon
1/4 Cup of Chopped Green Onion
2 Heaping table spoons of Cream Cheese
Salt and Pepper
In my little mini Cuisinart, I mixed the pastry's dry ingredients together. Next, I added the butter after I chopped it into cubes. Then added the ice water- pulsing it about 12 times with each step until the dough became the size of peas.
Press, form and knead a bit if you have to and form into the shape of a disk. Wrap in plastic and place in the refrigerator for about 1 hour.
This salmon that was delivered to us was the best I have ever tasted. It was caught from a friend of ours who was in Alaska for the summer and the flavour was unlike any salmon I had ever tasted before. This "large chunk of salmon" (maybe a quarter of a pound) was leftover from last night's dinner which was cooked in a chicken broth (interesting but awesome) mixed with mayonnaise, mustard and white balsamic. We devoured it with a simple feta salad and coconut jasmine sticky rice.
I thinly sliced the salmon and then in a large bowl I whisked 5 eggs with some salt and added in the green onion.
Once I was ready to put everything together I took my dough out of the refrigerator add shaped it into a round glass dish. I then evenly placed the salmon down along with small spoon fulls of cream cheese. Next I poured in the egg and green onion mixture and placed in the oven for about 40 minutes on 375 degrees.
Keep in mind my oven is ancient and if your is not then it is probably half the cooking time. Also, you can just tell when it's done. Pretty obvious...
IF THIS DISH WERE AN OUTFIT