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 Post subject: Prosciutto Wrapped Salmon Fillets
New postPosted: August 11th, 2017, 3:23 pm 
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Prosciutto Wrapped Salmon Fillets
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Serves: 4

Recipe courtesy of Chef Michael Smith FoodTV host, cookbook author and official food ambassador for Prince Edward Island.
Wrapping prosciutto around salmon fillets is an easy way to dress up fish while adding some intense flavor and bringing flair to your table. The prosciutto is very easy to work with. It actually “shrink wraps” as it cooks, tightly sealing itself to the fish. It’s a spectacular presentation and very tasty.
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Ingredients:

• 4 (about 6 ounces each) salmon fillets
• 4 slices of prosciutto
• ¼ cup of grainy mustard (Grey Poupon)
• - Creole Seasoning
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Method:

1. Preheat oven to 375° F.
2. Meanwhile, season the salmon fillets with a sprinkle of Creole Seasoning.
3. Evenly spread the mustard on the top surface of each fillet.
4. Tightly roll each fillet in a slice of prosciutto so that the end is weighed down beneath the salmon.
5. The fillet should be sitting on the seam, and the ends of the salmon will protrude beyond the prosciutto.
6. Place wrapped fillets on a baking pan, seam sides down.
7. Bake until done, about 15 minutes.
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Note: This technique also works very well with chicken breasts.
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 Post subject: Re: Prosciutto Wrapped Salmon Fillets
New postPosted: August 12th, 2017, 8:43 am 
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Sounds like a winner, Frank, thanks. When roasting meat or fish, mustard has been one of my favorite coatings for a long time. I will have to give this recipe a try.


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