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2017 Course details - Recipe for Spring - Slice to success 
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I hope you will enjoy cooking this succulent salmon dish at home and I look forward to welcoming you at one of my courses this year, remember you can book on line @ http://www.lamusechezkate.com/gower.php or email me kate@lamusechezkate.com for more information.
 
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Salmon marinated in ponzu with avocado and asparagus


 The asparagus season is upon us again and what a wonderful marriage salmon and asparagus is!  With this recipe, I have used “cheffy” rings and made it as a starter but when I was in Portugal last week, I made it for friends for lunch so it could be served in a serving bowl with a green salad on the side.  The flavours are so fresh and a wonderful dish for these sunny days (!)  The ponzu dressing is a refreshing change and the flavours work well.  The good news is that this dish is healthy too!
Serves 6
 

8 large asparagus spears.
1 avocado, finely diced and tossed in jiffy lemon to prevent colouring
2 tomatoes, skinned, deseeded and finely diced
2 spring onions finely chopped
Chopped fresh coriander
A strip of red pepper, about 30 g cut into fine dice
2 tbs sesame oil
Salt and pepper
475 g fresh salmon fillet, (freeze when fresh to kill any foreign bodies)

 

For the topping:

Crème fraiche and some asparagus spears 

• Cook the asparagus in boiling salted water until tender, drain and refresh in cold water.
• Cut the asparagus into small rounds reserving some tips for decoration.
• Remove the skins from the tomatoes by plunging into boiling water. Remove the seeds and chop into small dice.
• Chop the avocado into small dice and cover with the lemon juice.  Add to the tomatoes and mix with the coriander, spring onion, red pepper, seasoning and oil.
• Defrost the salmon and cut into small dice while still firm.
• 10 minutes before serving, put the salmon into the marinade.  Leave for 10 minutes then mix with the other ingredients.
• Divide between 6 plates with 6 presentation metal rings and press down.  Top with crème fraiche and the reserved asparagus tips and remove the rings.

Ponzu marinade

Juice of 2 limes
1 tbs rice wine vinegar
1 tbs soy sauce
1 tbs mirin
1 tbs light brown sugar

Mix all the ingredients and leave for the flavour to develop.

 

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