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Smoked Salmon Dreams

Honey Ricpe for Smoked Salmon Dreams

Submitted by Barbara V. Dalby,
Hertfordshire, England
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Dinner party starters.

4 ounces sliced smoked salmon,
one quarter pint, double cream whipped in,
1 teaspoon concentrated tomato puree,
4 oz. peeled prawns,
2 teaspoons clear honey,
2 teaspoons finely chopped onion,
1 teaspoon finely chopped fresh chives,
Pinch of ground paprika.
Lettuce, tomato, cucumber and lemon slices for serving with brown bread and butter.

Mix the honey, tomato purée, onion, chives and paprika into the cream. Stir in the prawns. Separate the slices of salmon and divide to give eight pieces approximately 2 inches square or bigger. Put a teaspoon of prawn mixture on one edge and roll up. Put a lettuce leaf or shredded lettuce onto plates. Place 2 salmon rolls on each. Decorate round edge with alternate slices of tomato and cucumber. If any prawn mixture remains divide between servings. Decorate top of salmon rolls with lemon slices served with thin sliced brown bread and butter.

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