Salmon Pops With Piquant Dill Sauce
When entertaining, the salmon pops with piquant dill sauce are always a big hit. The recipe couldn’t be simpler or quicker to prepare, yet it is deceptively impressive in flavour and appearance.
To make the salmon pops → first, you coat the salmon with olive oil, sesame oil, sesame seeds and salt. The salmon filet must be reasonably thick so that you can slice the fish into 1-inch cubes. Once the salmon is coated, you thread the pieces on an appetizer skewer alternately with folded lemon slices. The skewers should be soaked in water first for twenty minutes. Dampening the skewers in water first will stop them from burning when you are cooking the salmon.
Once the salmon is cooked, this takes about eight minutes, place the salmon on a platter and pour the piquant dill sauce evenly all over the salmon. This is where this easy fish recipe gets exciting because it is the sauce that makes the salmon shine.
For the piquant dill sauce, you whisk the ingredients together, and it is ready to go. The incredibly delicious fresh sauce is made with dill, red onion, lemon juice, olive oil and a tablespoon of mayonnaise. The sauce is simple, and it compliments the salmon beautifully.
salmon pops for entertaining…
The salmon pops are a big hit at any dinner party, especially for the diet savvy. The best part, this delightful appetizer will accommodate most diets. This fish recipe is naturally gluten-free and is also keto-friendly. If you are looking for a light lunch idea, serve the salmon pops over a salad, such as this zesty cabbage and fennel citrus salad. You will love it. ♥
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