Salmon & spinach wrapped in pastry – Quick and easy

Salmon & spinach wrapped in pastry – Quick and easy

By 04/12/2019

I was very pleased with this speedy little recipe.

This is a good last minute meal, ideal as an appetizer or as an easy lunch when you have little time on your hands. This is when shop bought pastry comes really handy.

You can use fresh or frozen fish and spinach or other vegetables you like providing that they are not too watery or they will make your pastry too soggy.

All you do is wrapping the fish with the vegetables in puff pastry and then pop your parcel in the oven for about 25 minutes. Then slice and serve, easy.

I will almost certainly make this as one of my Christmas appetizers as there is so much more food I will need to prepare.

Hope you enjoy it.

 

  • Prep Time : 15 minutes
  • Cook Time : 25 minutes
  • Yield : 4

Ingredients

Instructions

Wash the spinach in cold water then drain.

In a large pan stir fry the garlic with 2 tbsp of olive oil. Add the spinach, salt and pepper and cook them for 4 to 5 minutes until soft. Let them cool down and then ring them well to remove as much water as possible. Using a knife cut them into small bits.

If there is a skin on your salmon fillet remove it with a knife then season the fish with salt and pepper.

Unroll the puff pastry sheet on your floured worktop. Pierce the middle with a fork and then place the salmon fillet on it.

Salmon with spinach appetizer in puff pastry

Put the spinach on top of the salmon and wrap the salmon with the pastry. Cut off any excess pastry and use it to decorate your parcel.

Brush the pastry with milk and sprinkle it with the sesame seeds.

Place the roll on a baking tray and cook at 200C or 390 F for approximately 25 to 30 minutes until golden.

Let it cool down a little then slice and enjoy!

Salmon and spinach in puff pastry

Salmon and spinach in puff pastry

Salmon and spinach wrapped in puff pastry

Salmon and spinach wrapped in puff pastry

 

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14 Responses to Salmon & spinach wrapped in pastry – Quick and easy

  1. angiesrecipes

    Salmon is my favourite fish! This looks so inviting and delicious and would make a fantastic holiday appetizer, Alida.

  2. All That I'm Eating

    Sounds perfect Alida, and a really nice simple recipe to serve up over Christmas.

  3. speedy70

    Perfetto per le festivitร , ottimo piatto!

  4. Frank

    Isn’t it funny how seemingly everything tastes wonderful when it’s wrapped in puff pastry? And so quick and easy too, as you said. I blogged on something similar for the holiday season last year and it’s been a reader favorite ever since.

  5. Laura De Vincentis

    So tasty! I’ll try it in my kitchen for Christmas! Thanxs ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Balvinder

    That’s a wonderful idea of serving salmon and spinach. I needed some fresh new ideas for new year party! Thanks for sharing, alida!

  7. Jeff the Chef

    Quick and easy is decidedly what I need this time of year, And I happen to love spinach. And I could always do with more seafood.

  8. gloria Roa Baker

    this looks wonderful ! I lovesalmon ! I have to try this Alida
    Un abbraccio !

  9. Katerina

    I’ve never had anything like this and would love a taste! It looks fabulous.

  10. 2pots2cook

    Perfect to have for Christmas Eve. Thank you dear and Merry Christmas !

  11. Ron

    Hi Alida, well I’m a bit late in catching up with my favorite blogs, but glad I finally had a chance to read yours. We love salmon, so this will be a pleasing dish for us ineed. Thanks for sharing.

  12. Amar Kumar

    Hello Alida,

    Salmon fillet and spinach are rich in protein as well as minerals. Combination of these two are really healthy for our health and I noticed this recipe is looking so tasty.

    I like food which includes less ingredients because it tastes wells and great for health too. I appreciate you serving style and the way you rolled is outstanding.

    Eventually, thanks for sharing your experience with us.

    With best wishes,

    Amar Kumar

    • Alida

      Yes, I think the less ingredients the better but they should be quality ingredients. Many thanks and best wishes

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