Croissants of smoked salmon with potatoes and peas


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How to make smoked salmon croissants without puff pastry, recipe that includes potatoes and peas among the necessary ingredients, detailed description of the preparation process.


Ingredients for 4 people

- 200 g smoked salmon cut into 8 slices

- 2 egg yolks


- a few spoons of olive oil

- 200 g potatoes

- 50 g carrots


- 50 g shelled peas

- 1 tablespoon diced pickled gherkins

- 1/2 tablespoon of pickled capers


- lemon juice

- salt

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Preparation of smoked salmon croissants

Clean and wash potatoes and carrots before cutting them into small dice.

Cook the carrots over moderate heat by immersing them in freshly salted cold water.

When twenty minutes of cooking have elapsed, add potatoes and peas and cook everything until cooking is complete.

Drain perfectly and cool the vegetables lying on a dry cloth.

In the meantime, put the egg yolks in a bowl, salt slightly and beat with a metal whisk, adding a few drops of oil.

The operation must be carried out slowly and with great patience, the oil will have to be completely emulsified with the eggs, until a firm firm mayonnaise is obtained, to be diluted with a few drops of lemon juice.

Put the vegetables in a bowl with the well squeezed gherkins and capers, then mix with the mayonnaise, keeping a small amount aside for the final decoration.


Spread the slices of salmon on a large plate and place a few tablespoons of the freshly prepared Russian salad in the center.

Roll up the slices of salmon in the shape of a croissant, to be closed with a little mayonnaise, and arrange them in a radial pattern on a serving plate.

Use the remaining Russian salad to create a garnish around it.

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