I like to slowly cook a fresh whole salmon or salmon trout in a foil packet with some white wine, butter and parsley. It's so moist and flavourful, all you need to serve with this are new potatoes and butter.
This whole baked salmon with a dill and watercress mousse is perfect for a large exquisite banquet. Perfect for special occasions like Christmas, this dish breaks away from the traditional somewhat, yet celebrates itself in total glamorous style.
This dish is simple, elegant and very tasty. It's a great way of getting omega-3 fatty acids into your diet. Roasted salmon is topped with caramelised leeks and carrots. Serve for dinner with rice, potatoes or pasta.
This is something I created while on holiday in Scotland, using locally caught salmon together with some rosé wine we were drinking on one of those rare summery British evenings.
Goats cheese, sun-dried tomatoes and pesto make an irresistible blend of flavours that go well with salmon. Enjoy!
Got a side of salmon going spare? This is an easy, foolproof way to ensure that your salmon comes out flavourful, juicy and tender. Ideal for Christmas or other special occasions and best served alongside avocado mousse.
Fresh oysters are delicious in their most natural state, with a squeeze of lemon and a little salt, pepper and Tabasco® if desired. At their best when waters are cold, they are a great treat around Christmas, New Year and of course for Valentine's Day.
A traditional fish dish from Russia, this is made with poached salmon, rice and mushrooms. The updated version here uses crisp filo rather than the usual puff pastry. As all the preparation can be done ahead of time, a koulibiac is an ideal dinner party dish. All it needs with it are some colourful steamed vegetables.
This autumn chestnut crusted smoked salmon pate is a delightful starter perfect for a dinner party. Serve with some fresh rocket on the side.
This is a relatively simple starter recipe that can be made the day before, so is great for Christmas or a dinner party. Serves four but can easily be adapted to serve more or less.