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How to Make Tartar Sauce and Smoked Salmon Pate Recipe
November 12, 2012
Hello All :-)
I hope this email finds you well.
I have uploaded a super simple tartar sauce recipe - essential with fried fish and scampi. It's a tasty dip for a buffet too.
It takes minutes to put together and you will never buy a jar from the shop again after you've tasted this!
Click here to go through to the photo tutorial.After last month's smoked mackerel pate, I had an email asking me to do a smoked salmon pate.
I love smoked fish spreads, so it was no trouble at all to whip this photo tutorial together.
It's perfect as a starter, a snack or supper or as part of a buffet meal. Just provide some breadsticks, crudites or similar.
It can be made in advance and covered to keep in the fridge. You can make it 24 hours before your party and it will take the pressure off you, knowing you just have to do some toast or provide crackers.
Click here to go through to the photo tutorial.I always prefer a buffet because it lets me socialise instead of spending time getting food ready and doubling up as chef and waitress whilst my friends enjoy themselves.
Thank you for your feedback after the last tutorials I published - you're all very kind. I hope the photos are clear enough - it's difficult to strike a balance between clarity and loading time of a page.
If you have any specific things you'd like to see me demonstrate, then I'm planning a Cookery Course - let me know what causes you difficulties or you'd like some help on and I'll do a Tutorial for you.
In the pipeline - ie photographed but waiting to be uploaded - are fish cakes, shrimp (prawn) cocktail, advocado shrimp - quite a few actually.
Well, I won't bore you - promised to keep the newsletters short and to the point.
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I have recently uploaded a 2 part eCourse 8 Essential Culinary Herbs.
It is a thank you for subscribers to my Herb Guide Newsletter.
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I hope you are all well and I will be in touch again soon.
All the best
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