This elegant make-ahead salmon starter requires a bit of time, but is actually rather easy. You'll need a terrine. Great to make ahead for dinner parties!
Instead of salmon, any fish that can be flaked after cooking will do, but it should be compatible with the fish used for wrapping the terrine. You can use smoked trout instead of smoked salmon to line the terrine.
I have made this twice now and yes it does take a little while to make but oh my was so pleased with the way it turned out both times and tastes delicious . Be brave and have a go it really is worth it! - 26 Jun 2013
An excellent starter with which to finish 2013. It will be made again in 2014, probably several times. Thanks, Swiss Phil. - 01 Jan 2014
I made this as a Christmas Day starter, it was fairly easy to prepare just took a bit of time to set. In the end it was well worth the wait and I'll definetly make it again - 06 Jan 2014