Introduction: Smoked Salmon Terrine With Zucchini, Quinoa and Spinach

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I would like to share with you my own recipe for terrine with fish and vegetables. For more tips and photos on this recipe, go to my blog post: Smoked Salmon Terrine with Zucchini, Quinoa and Spinach

Step 1: Ingredients:

  • 200gr smoked salmon
  • 2 zucchinis (1 should be long)
  • 174gr. quinoa
  • 100gr. spinach
  • 50gr. frozen vegetables (peas,corn)
  • 2 paprikas -red and yellow
  • 250 gr. ricotta cheese
  • 6 minced walnuts
  • 6 dried tomatos
  • 1 chilli
  • oil
  • lemon to taste
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 2tbsp wine

Step 2: Directions:

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Cut the zucchini into thin slices. Fry them on both sides until they become softer. Meanwhile cook the spinach (I used frozen spinach) and add the frozen vegetables.Add some salt and pepper. Add some wine and 1 full tbsp ricotta cheese, as shown on the photo.

Step 3: Bake the Paprika

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Step 4: Prepare the Salmon Mixture

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Add the rest of the ricotta and mash it good until it becomes a soft paste, like salmon spread cheese.

Step 5: Cook the Quinoa.

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Add the chilli, the dried tomatoes (cut them before you add them) and the grated/minced walnuts.

Step 6: Building the Terrine

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Place the zucchinis as shown on the picture.The bottom has to be completely covered!

Step 7: Add a Layer of Salmon

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Set the oven to 200°C, baking top and bottom.

Step 8: Place the Baked Paprika

Remember to peel off the skin!

Step 9: Add a Layer of Quinoa

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Step 10: Finish With a Layer of Cheese.

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Now tuck this master piece with the zucchini! :D

Step 11: As Shown on the Picture: Wrap the Terrine With the Zucchini.

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Step 12: ​Baking Time!

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It took 40min for my terrine to cook. The time might differ, therefore the best way is to check every 20 min. and see if the liquids have evaporated.

Step 13: VOILÀ!

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Step 14: Enjoy!

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Thank you for reading my instructables! I hope you liked my very own recipe! For more interesting recipes and other DIY techniques, visit my blog: simonaencheva.com

Colorfully yours,

Simone

Comments

bowlen199 (author)2015-09-17

this looks great! it's making me hungry just looking at it

thank you ^__^

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