Happy New Year! I hope this year brings you a peace filled life, family togetherness, good health and much love.
|I pass this Magnolia Tree on my way, into work everyday, sometimes I am rewarded with flowers.|
Any way, as we didn't go out for dinner for New Years Eve, I decided to cook a lovely dinner at home, something that we don't have all the time and was a bit special. I had a packet of smoked salmon already in the fridge (we bought extra for when I made Smoked Salmon Pasta, incase our Daughter and Partner were home for dinner that night) and I also already had the puff pastry in the freezer, so all I needed to buy was some dill, a lemon, sour cream and cream cheese to make this recipe.
|Chop onion and pull off fronds from 2 stalks of fresh Dill|
|Zest half a lemon and then juice the whole lemon|
|Add all the ingredients to the bowl of a Thermomix or food processor|
|And blitz for 10 seconds on speed 4, scrape down sides, then blitz again for 10 seconds on speed 6|
|Cover and put into the fridge until needed later|
|Crimp with a fork, brush with beaten egg and scatter over sesame seeds. Bake in a preheated 200 C oven for 20 to 25 minutes or until golden brown|
Horseradish, Lemon and Parsley Sauce
|Add all ingredients to a bowl and mix well|
|Decant into a serving bowl|
|Light as air, puff pastry with a soft, Smoked Salmon filling, served with this zesty and delicious cream. Just a bit special|
What did you have, as a special dinner, to ring in the New Year?