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Re: Jim: recipe

Thanks, Chris. Sounds great.

Ms. Fatma has an appointment with a colonoscopy tomorrow, so I'm not going to create any aromas in the kitchen today [peanut butter sandwiches for me, I guess], but as soon as that's over, I'm going to give it a try.

On Jul 12, 2005, at 10:11 PM, Christopher P. Lindsey wrote:

Hi Jim,

I never did get back to you with a good curry simmer sauce recipe,
but I'll throw another recipe your way that I came up with a couple
of years ago (and ate tonight). I like it. :)

1 salmon fillet
Greek kalamata olives
pesto (sans tomatoes, and I prefer homemade)
grated parmesan cheese
quartered artichoke hearts
dried basil
olive oil
tortillas (preferably flavored, i.e. sun-dried tomato & basil)

Preheat oven to 350F. Place salmon fillet in baking dish. Cover
liberally with olive oil, then sprinkle dried basil over surface
until lightly covered. Sprinkle a few peppercorns on top (I prefer
five-colored peppercorns for, well, color).

Bake salmon for about 20 minutes or until flaky.

Mince your olives and put into a serving dish. Place artichokes,
pesto, and cheese into separate serving dishes as well.

When salmon is done, remove from baking dish and place on a small
serving dish.

Put everything in the middle of the table. Now start building your
fish 'burrito' -- put a couple of forkfulls of salmon on the bottom,
add about four artichoke heart quarters, a spoonful of olives, drizzle
with pesto, and cover liberally with cheese. Fold it all up like you
would a wrap or burrito and eat. Delicious!



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