They (kippers) arrived as promised, and they are delicious!
Iain Moffat, Seattle
Top 3 Spring Salmon Brunch IdeasBack «
04 April 2016
Despite having thoroughly enjoyed having a four-day weekend over Easter, most of the country cannot wait until our next bank holiday at the end of May.
And when the long, relaxing weekend comes, here are some great ideas for a lazy brunch in bed for those who love a salmon breakfast.
This recipe is simple, yet delicious and nutritious. Eggs Royale consists of perfectly poached eggs sitting on a bed of flavoursome wild smoked salmon on an open English muffin.
The secret to making this recipe really scrumptious is the hollandaise sauce, which you can make yourself by whisking egg yolks with lemon juice, white wine vinegar and butter over a pan of simmering water. Once it has thickened, it is time to take it off the heat before it splits.
Drizzle the hollandaise sauce on top of the eggs, salmon and muffin, and garnish with chopped chives. Delicious!
While kedgeree is traditionally made with smoked haddock, you can always swap this for salmon for an alternative flavour.
The Indian rice dish consists of spring onions, garlic, boiled eggs, fish, and a whole host of eastern spices and herbs, including ginger, curry powder, coriander and chilli. This hearty meal will leave you satisfied till dinnertime!
Eggs and salmon are a match made in heaven, and they are also packed full of protein, so you can start your bank holiday with an enjoyable, guilt-free breakfast.
This recipe is easy to do, simply involving mashing avocado, scrambling eggs and assembling them together on a slice of wholegrain toast with some smoked salmon draped on top.
The heat of the eggs will begin to cook the salmon slightly, but it will still have the intense flavour of fresh smoked salmon. Season with salt, pepper and chopped chives, and enjoy.
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