Garlic Confit Salmon in Puff Pastry

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  • Cooking and Prep: 40 m
  • Serves: 6
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These pastry-wrapped salmon appetizers taste amazing and are so, so pretty. They would even work well as a main course for a light Yom Tov meal (perhaps on the last day?).

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Ingredients (6)

Garlic Confit Salmon in Puff Pastry

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Prepare the Garlic Confit Salmon in Puff Pastry

  1. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

  2. Season the salmon generously with salt and pepper. Season the garlic mash with salt.

  3. Place the puff pastry squares on a lined baking sheet. Place one salmon fillet on a diagonal across a puff pastry square. Spread a little garlic over top of the salmon. Pull up the two corners on the long sides of the salmon, pinch together, and turn slightly to create a twist shape. Continue with the remaining salmon and pastry.

  4. Brush the pastry with egg wash and until the puff pastry is golden and salmon is fully cooked.



  • Sara Meisels

    Posted by Sara Itta Meisels |2021-09-27 10:46:34
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  • Sara Meisels

    Came out great. Just bake it until it looks nicely done. Beautiful presentation for a yom tov meal.
    Posted by Sara Itta Meisels |2021-09-27 10:47:22
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    Posted by leah spira |2021-09-08 19:28:06
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  • Chaya Caine

    This is a great idea, but having no time factor is just plain LAZY recipe development especially for such sensitive and expensive ingredients like salmon and puff dough.
    Posted by ChayaCaine |2021-09-06 16:24:42
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    Chaya
    Agreed!
    Posted by Chaya1655|September 17, 2021
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    Posted by ChayaCaine |2021-09-06 16:23:44
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  • Sara Meisels

    Came out great. Just bake it until it looks nicely done. Beautiful presentation for a yom tov meal.
    Posted by Sara Itta Meisels |2021-09-27 10:47:22
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  • Chaya Caine

    This is a great idea, but having no time factor is just plain LAZY recipe development especially for such sensitive and expensive ingredients like salmon and puff dough.
    Posted by ChayaCaine |2021-09-06 16:24:42
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    Chaya
    Agreed!
    Posted by Chaya1655|September 17, 2021
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