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Smoked Salmon Rolls with Spicy Chives Filling

Monday, 12 January 2009

This dish was inspired by Steamy Kitchen's sweet chili mayo and Fool For Food's salmon logs with mascarpone and chives filling and caviar topping. Jeff is not a big fan of cheese, so I decided to fill the smoked salmon rolls with a spicy mayo filling. I added a little bit of wasabi to the sweet chili mayo for a bit more kick and it was delicious.


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Ingredients:

  • Smoked Salmon Strips
  • Lemon wedges

Spicy Mayonnaise with Chives Filling:

  • 3 tbs Kewpie Mayonnaise
  • 1 tbs Sweet Thai Chili Sauce
  • 1 tsp Wasabi Paste
  • 1.5 tbs Chives - finely chopped

Directions:

  • Roll salmon strips forming a little hole in the middle for filling.
  • Mix together all ingredients for the filling.
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  • Place filling into a piping bag and fill each salmon roll with spicy chives filling. Keep the rest of the filling and use as a dip!
  • Chill, squeeze a little lemon juice on salmon rolls and serve!
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Comments:

  • I used Japanese mayo as it somehow feels lighter than normal mayo. It's very creamy, sweeter and tastier.
Kewpie Japanese Mayo


I am submitting this to Lore's Original Recipes.
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Kinton said...

Lovelye, lovely photographs!

Little Inbox said...

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Selba said...

Oh my.. your smoked salmon rolls looks beautiful!

I love wasabi! I love mayonnaise ;)

Esi said...

Those are so pretty and would make a really good party appetizer.

Girl Japan said...

YEA.. you found Kewpie in England... nothing is better than Mascarpone.... the photo looks fabulous!

5 Star Foodie said...

Oh, those rolls are so pretty and look absolutely delicious!

Navita said...

love the wasabi n the salmon

The Caked Crusader said...

Very pretty dish!
Incidentally, don't worry about the only sticky toffee pudding eater - it keeps and can be reheated over a few days!

Pam said...

What beautiful colors and flavors. A very pretty appetizer.

Margaret said...

So very pretty and beautifully presented.
Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment.

Food For Tots said...

Your food presentation skill rocks! Excellent photos too!

j & j dish it out said...

Wow, these look yummy. I'm so glad I found your blog...I will be stalking by many times. Thanks.

Reeni♥ said...

Those are so gorgeous and delicious! What is this Kewpie mayonnaise? How cute!

Marc @ NoRecipes said...

That pic of all the ingredients in the bowl looks delicious (I could just eat that straight!).

Sara said...

These are really cute! I've never had japanese mayo before

duodishes said...

Never had Japanese mayo! It'd make a fabulous dynamite sauce. Wonder if they sell it near us. These rolls look so good! It's a wonder you didn't pop them into your mouth before you even got a photo.

ginger@dinnerdiary.org said...

I really like the look of these, a great way to present something that's quite classic. An interesting twist with the wasabi too.

pigpigscorner said...

Thanks everyone for your lovely comments! Very much appreciated.

Kewpie Japanese mayonnaise is awesome! It's lighter and tastier than normal mayo in my opinion. I normally use it to make sushi or eat it with omelette! I got it from a Jap grocer in London and I've seen them sold in Chinese supermarkets in chinatown. Try it and you will love it!

Wild Boar said...

Oh yeah these little balls of fat tasted awesome! The little extra kick from the wasabi made it special.

Lorraine E said...

Yum! This would be the most gorgeous party food ever. Love the delicate morsels and complementary flavours :)

Dee said...

That's a clasyy looking dish, and so beautifully shot.

Erica said...

truly gorgeous! Your food should be art

The Peanut Butter Boy said...

I've never heard of Kewpie mayo but your smoked salmon rolls sound wonderful. I can't stand regular mayo, perhaps I'd like Kewpie better? What perfect appetizers.

Beachlover said...

wow! this is another version of salmon tartar but without chopping the salmon..lovely presentation!!

Big Boys Oven said...

aiyoh you so bad one! now I am drooling at yours luckily we had some similar ones at the japanese restaurant last night, topped with caviar! wow!

pigpigscorner said...

Thanks for all your compliments =)

The Peanut Butter Boy: I usually stay away from regular mayo but I just can't resist Kewpie!

BBO: yummy with caviar! now you are tempting me!

My Carolina Kitchen said...

This looks yummy and your pictures are good enough to eat. I too am not familiar with Japanese mayonnaise. It will be on my shopping list the next time I go to a big city as I'm sure it's not at my local grocery story here in the mountains. I love discovering new things. Thanks so much.
Sam

Jo said...

Oh yummy! Great photos and presentation. By the way I like using this Japanese mayo as well.

aunkangleong said...

Really loving the photograph of the bowl of spicy salmon filling! It has a glowing quality to it!

tasty.

kang at http://londoneater.com

pigpigscorner said...

Carolina: Thanks! You should definitely try it. I love grocery shopping, I can spend hours in a store with food!

Jo: Thanks! I normally use this mayo instead of the regular one. It's really tasty! I can just eat it with rice =D

kang: I like that shot too. Makes me want to eat the whole bowl of it.

Robin Sue said...

Hiya! Thanks for the comment on my blog for the Peanut Butter Candy. It is not like marshmallow at all, it is more like a thick butter cream frosting filled with peanut butter. It melts in your mouth. BTW- glad I stopped by, I love smoked salmon!

pigpigscorner said...

Robin Sue:Thanks for stopping by! Sounds even better with that kind of texture!

CK Lam said...

Nice to see you dropping by my blog...you have a lovely blog yourself with all the well displayed photos.

ck lam
www.what2seeonline.com

pigpigscorner said...

Thanks CK. Your blog reminds me of all the awesome food we can get at home!

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

after using jap mayo..i have nvr turned back..its good isnt?

Gay said...

Wow!!!!!

Olga said...

This sounds absolutely incredible!

Peter M said...

I "lob" lobster bisque but never thought to use it as a sauce for pasta...noted.

PS. Great food and photos here...I'll be back!

pigpigscorner said...

Totally agree Joe! Jap mayo is the best!

Thanks Gay and Olga!

Peter: Thanks for visiting! That's because I love pasta and try to mix it with everything =P

Jessica@Foodmayhem said...

very pretty!

Jeff, cheese is the best!

pigpigscorner said...

Thanks Jessica! Totally agree. I love cheese! Jeff only likes melted or cooked cheese -.-

KC said...

This is so elegant! Absolutely beautiful!

pigpigscorner said...

Thanks KC =) Tried to be posh here =P

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