Brie And Salmon Parcels
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Brie And Salmon Parcels
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:10:30 AM. Recipe ID 37749. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Brie and salmon parcels
 Categories: None
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
           Philo pastry thawed
      1 lb Sliced smoked Salmon
      1    3" round of Brie. I use
           -local fresh Brie from
           -Tasmania rather than the
           -canned European ones
      1 tb Melted butter
 
  This can be used as an appetiser or as a main by adding side
  vegetables and giving the larger eaters an extra one.
  
  The frozen Philo sheets here in Aussie are about 30cm (12") square
  
  Take three or four Philo sheets layered together and cut into 1/4's
  
  On each quarter lay a slice of Smoked Salmon and two slices (1/4"
  thick)
  
  Fold the Philo sheets over to make a neat parcel either square or
  triangle and seal with melted butter. Brush the tops with butter and
  place on a backing tray covered with backing foil lightly buttered or
  sprayed with No Stick cooking oil.
  
  Bake in pre-heated oven at 160C (someone convert to F please)
  (Moderate oven) for 15 minutes or until lightly browned and crisp on
  top.
  
  Serve and eat while while warm.
  
  The Salmon will stand a robust wine, so a Gewertztramina will go well
  or a crisp dry Riesling. Here in Aussie we have some nicely bodied
  Rose's which have sufficient Red flavour to be interesting but suit
  being chilled.. Great for hot summer days!
  
  Very simple and quick... Easy to substitute smoked chicken for the
  Salmon if you're not into fish.
  




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Recipe ID 37749 (Apr 03, 2005)

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