Salmon Rolls with Wasabi Peanuts

Salmon Rolls with Wasabi Peanuts

Salmon fits perfect with horseradish and I could imagine that with wasabi this would make a perfect combination,

I used wasabi peanuts, peanuts core with a green wasabi coat. Really? Not exactly: on the description of the wasabi peanuts we can read….horseradish, mustard extract and wasabi. It’s O.K. for me, I like all of them and I like the combination. In addition the green color would make a cute addition to this light and fresh dish.

You need:

o    2 zucchini

o    200 g cream cheese with herbs, or to taste

o    100 to 150 g smoked salmon, sliced

o    100 g wasabi peanuts

Procedure:

  1. Wash and make thin zucchini slices. I used a vegetable peeler, but a cheese slices would be great as well.
  2. If necessary place zucchini slices in light salted water for two minutes to turn pliable. Pat dry with kitchen paper.
  3. Place zucchini slices on a clean surface and spread on them some cream cheese.
  4. Cut the salmon in adequate slices and place it at the end of the zucchini slices. Let some fish “come out” in order to be visible.
  5. Roll gently beginning from the side with salmon. Place the rolls standing on a serving dish.
  6. Chop half of the wasabi peanuts and sprinkle the crumbs over the rolls.
  7. Use the second half for decoration.
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2 thoughts on “Salmon Rolls with Wasabi Peanuts

  1. These are very tasty with the heat of the wasabi peas…the heat worked great with the cool crisp zucchini…all the flavors blended well together…made for For Your Consideration tag game…=)

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