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Quick lunch

January 9, 2013

There was some “Christmas Tree smoked salmon” in the fridge (I kid you not) the use by date of which was today. It’s quite salty and not very smoked, but it’s passable. However, there was quite a lot of it and I didn’t fancy eating a huge plateful with cream cheese, so I fried it up with an egg. I realise that one isn’t supposed to fry smoked salmon – even if it is lightly fried in a quality olive oil – but I don’t care.quick-lunch

The advantage of frying it is that it becomes less in volume and easier to eat than in its raw state. It does go well with an egg, some lightly grilled white bread and lots of black pepper. Especially if it’s on a nice plate. And accompanied by a glass of something nice to drink (orange juice in my case, but a chilled fizzy white wine wouldn’t go amiss).

I’m sure it could be added to a student repertoire as well…

2 Comments leave one →
  1. January 9, 2013 9:35 pm

    It looks delicious!

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