5 ingredients: smoked salmon, goat cheese and caperberry crostini
With Christmas over and the new year nearly in its second week, I’m afraid I might have missed the boat with this, but I thought I’d share three of my Wholesome Cook related new year’s resolutions with you.
Just before I do, I will say a word or two about these simple and delicious goat cheese and salmon crostini – an absolute new breakfast and snack favourite of mine! These mouthwatering sangers combine the flavours of sweet, salty and sour so well I just keep wanting more. They are perfect to take on seaside picnics too.
Now, onto the resolutions…
1. More recipes, more often
I’ll continue to post every other day, but I will ensure that my focus remains on healthy complete meals and that similar posts are scheduled not as close together as they sometimes happend to be in 2010. (Please excuse this particular post but I was in dire need of some simple, uncomplicated sustenance…)
2. Classes: cook or shop
As promised, I will be starting to run in-home basic cooking classes for singles, busy mums and other people who may need a hand in the kitchen when preparing meals for their family, friends, or simply while entertaining. The other class offered will help you decide and distinguish which supermarket foods are better for you, what to look for when buying food and which products you should avoid altogether.
3. Your favourite recipe folders
I’m currently in the process of designing beautiful binders that will help you keep all your favourite recipes in one convenient location. The folders also make for a great gift for other passionate foodies. Other accessories, such as aprons are also on the agenda.
I hope you stick around, read and enjoy recreating some of my recipes for your own tasting pleasure… Happy 2011 and bon appetit!
Smoked salmon, goat cheese and caperberry crostini
- 50g smoked salmon
- 50g goats cheese
- 1/2 tsp mild paprika
- 4 slices white sourdough
- Caperberries to serve
Place bread under a slow grill to toast very lightly.
Mix goats cheese with paprika. If the cheese is too dry, add 1-2 teaspoons of caperberry water and mix to combine. Spread cheese mixture over the bread slices, arrange sliced smoked salmon over it and top with 1 or 2 caperberries.
You can top with another slice of bread and tie with some kitchen string to take on a picnic or serve open as a starter or cocktail party snack.
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