Mini salmon & dill puffs

Mini salmon & dill puffs

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Cooking time

Prep: 20 mins Cook: 30 mins

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Serves 24 - 30

Ideal for a crowd and perfect for preparing ahead, these little pastry bites make a stylish canapé

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  • 185g pack poached salmon fillets
  • 200g full-fat soft cheese
  • small handful chopped dill
  • 375g sheet puff pastry
  • 1 eggs, beaten

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  1. In a food processor, pulse the salmon, soft cheese, dill and a little seasoning until just combined. Unroll a sheet of puff pastry and cut into 3 pieces lengthways. Divide the filling along the middle of each piece, brush borders with beaten egg, then fold up and seal.
  2. Cut each roll into 8-10 bite-size pieces, then place on a baking tray lined with baking parchment, cover with cling film and freeze. To serve, glaze with beaten egg and cook at 200C/180C fan/gas 6 for 25-30 mins until puffed and golden.

Recipe from Good Food magazine, November 2010

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manyaslip's picture
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Really delicious. Only problem was that I kept them on the baking parchment and this resulted in them having rather soggy bottoms. Nevertheless delicious and everyone loved them.

nlazarus1's picture

An excellent alternative to the trusty sausage roll. Like another poster, I poached fresh salmon in milk with bay leaves, salt and pepper and crushed garlic. Once cooked I 'fished out' the crushed garlic, flaked the salmon and added the garlic to give some depth to the flavour and followed the rest of the recipe. They didn't last long! Will be making them again soon! :-)

bloopinette's picture

Very easy and very nice; my guests loved it. I used Boursin cheese to give more taste. As I didn't have enough fish I filled the last puffs with cheese only and that's very nice too.

rebeccasugden's picture

Yummy - made these instead of sausage rolls for a buffet, a big success with everyone!

jillarush's picture

Delicious. I poached fresh salmon with milk, bay leaves and cloves. Only problem was the filling came out very runny. I used cream cheese - is that why? or maybe because i didn't let the salmon cool enough before adding to the mixture?

karinaminaya's picture
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Extremely delicious and very easy to prepare.

dfoster1's picture

Considering how nice this is, I couldn't believe how easy it was to make.

Simple but effective! A great party food that can be made well in advance.

sonski's picture

what is soft it cream cheese?

ncsanddancer's picture
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So easy, and a big success at parties! Only downside was admitting how little cooking skill I needed to bake them!