Saucy chilled shipboard salmon
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Saucy chilled shipboard salmon
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:21:32 AM. Recipe ID 53783. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Saucy chilled shipboard salmon
 Categories: Picnic, Main dish, Seafood
      Yield: 6 Servings
      2 c  Water
    1/4 c  Lemon juice
      1    Onion, medium, sliced
    1/2 ts Salt
    1/4 ts Peppercorns, whole, black
      2    Bay leaves
      6    Salmon steaks, 3/4 - 1" thk
      1 c  Mayonnaise, lower-calorie or
           Salad dressing
      2 ts Parsley, fresh snipped
      1 ts Dill weed, fresh snipped or
           1/2 t dried dill weed
      1 ts Lemon peel, grated
      2 ts Lemon juice
      1    Garlic clove, minced
    1/2 c  Buttermilk
           Lemon slices and dill sprigs
  Friends and relatives of Jean Roczniak of Rochester, Minnesota, are
  delighted when they're invited on Mississippi River "cruising picnics"
  aboard the Roczniak houseboat. Jean's simple, yet sophisticated,
  make-ahead picnics add to the fun.  Fresh dill weed and lemon juice
  lend a summer-light flavor to the creamy sauce for this chilled
  1.  In a 12-inch skillet, combine water, the 1/4 cup lemon juice,
      salt, peppercorns, and bay leaves.  Bring to boiling and add the
  2.  Return just to boiling.  Cover and simmer for 10 to 12 minutes or
      fish flakes easily when tested with a fork.  Lift the fish from
      cooking liquid with a slotted spatula.  (Discard cooking liquid.)
      fish slightly.  Cover and chill.
  3.  For sauce, combine mayonnaise or salad dressing, parsley, dill,
      peel, lemon juice, and garlic.  Stir in enough buttermilk for
      consistency.  Cover and chill.
  4.  Serve fish on a platter with sauce.  Garnish with lemon slices and
      dill sprigs.

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Recipe ID 53783 (Apr 03, 2005)

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