Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Salmon Wellington

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If you liked my Aunt Frita's Zucchini Appetizer in a previous post, you'll love her recipe for Salmon Wellington.  My greatest tribute to her is to keep her memory alive by sharing her recipes with you. The recipe here is presented exactly as she wrote it.
Our family is Hungarian.  We equate love with food.  Here is your dose of love for today. You'll be seeing some of my Mom's recipes at a later date as well. She was a great cook.
The Old Guy

Aunt Frita’s Salmon Wellington

1 large can Salmon (pink or red), drained and boned

¾ cup crushed soda crackers

1-cup sour cream

1 teaspoon melted butter or margarine

1-teaspoon salt

¼ teaspoon pepper

1 egg yolk, slightly beaten

1 package of 8 Pillsbury Crescent Rolls

A little lemon juice

1. Roll and pat out dough into oblong piece, pinching lines together to stop leakage.

2. Combine all ingredients. Mix and form into oblong shape on top of dough.

3. Fold sides up and pinch ends over.

4. Brush egg yolk over the top

5. Bake on cookie sheet 30 minutes at 350 degrees.

6. Slice to serve

Salmon Wellington Sauce

1 8-ounce Sour Cream

2 tablespoons Miracle Whip

1 good size cucumber chopped

A little paprika

Mix all ingredients together and spoon over sliced Salmon Wellington.

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