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1 lb Light smoked or raw salmon
-or combination of both
1/2 cn (2-oz flat) anchovies; (from
-Portugal or Italy)
1 Raw egg
1 tb Dijon mustard (Grey Poupon
1 ds Worcestershire sauce; to
3 tb Finely chopped yellow onion
1/8 ts Fresh ground black pepper
1 tb Chopped capers
2 tb Olive oil
Thin rye crackers
This is a wonderful snack or cocktail party dish. It is typical of the
cuisine of the Pacific Northwest, but you must understand that by smoked
salmon I do not mean that dry stuff, which is nothing but grainy strings.
The salmon that I use for this dish is almost coldsmoked . . . in the East
you would probably call it lox.
Be sure the salmon is skinless and boneless. I like a mixture of two
kinds, raw and light-smoked. Chop the salmon and anchovies in a
medium-sized food processor for just a few seconds. We don’t want a paste
but a coarse chop. Place the mixture in a bowl. Mix all other ingredients
together and blend with the fish. Chill before serving.
Spread on thin rye crackers as a first course.
From The Frugal