Salmon Bites Assortment

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  • Cooking and Prep: 50 m
  • Serves: 6
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The vivid variety of coatings make this appetizer a feast for the eyes as well as the palate.

 

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Ingredients (12)

Salmon

Teriyaki

Caesar

Italian

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Prepare the Salmon Bites

  1. Rinse salmon and pat dry. Slice each fillet into five even pieces, approximately one inch (three centimeters) each. Divide salmon evenly among three small bowls. Add teriyaki sauce to one, Caesar dressing to the second, and Italian dressing and lemon juice to the third. Toss salmon in all bowls to coat. Marinate 15 minutes.

  2. Meanwhile, set out three additional bowls. Place both sesame seeds in one, French-fried onions and two tablespoons cornflake crumbs in the second, and 1/4 cup cornflake crumbs, parsley, and basil in the third. Mix coating ingredients in each bowl until thoroughly combined.

  3. Preheat oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit (220 degrees Celsius). Spray a baking sheet or a large roaster with cooking spray or line with Gefen Easy Baking Parchment Paper.

  4. Coat salmon cubes as specified: teriyaki cubes in sesame seeds, Caesar cubes in onion coating, and Italian cubes in herb coating. Place on prepared baking pan and bake for 15 minutes.

  5. Remove from heat and cover loosely with foil until cooled. Serve on skewers topped with thin slices of lemon and cucumber.

Note:

You will have four pieces that are from the thin end of the fillets. I double them to form a cube shape before coating. Once they’re coated, you won’t be able to tell that they were two separate pieces.

Tip:

As a variation, try this recipe using turbot, a mild and moist white-fleshed fish.

Credits

Food and Prop Styling by Renee Muller

Photography by Moishe Wulliger



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  • Perla Meyers

    Have made it multiple times, delicious!
    Posted by Perla5700 |2021-09-18 15:40:17
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  • de Si

    Salmon on skewer

    How do you put the salmon on the skewers after they're baked? Don't they fall apart? Normally I would put them on raw, but then what would I do with the lemon and cucumber?
    Posted by bhdtes18 |February 18, 2021
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  • de Si

    How do you put the salmon on the skewers after they're baked? Don't they fall apart? Normally I would put them on raw, but then what would I do with the lemon and cucumber?
    Posted by bhdtes18 |2021-02-17 21:58:33
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    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    Ideally, I would put them on the skewer and then bake them and then add the lemon and cucumber on the bottom. If you would like them to look like the picture I would recommend cooking the salmon, waiting until it's cooled, and then add them to the skewer, then it is less likely that they will fall apart.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|February 22, 2021
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  • Yael

    Advance

    Can I make this one day in advance and keep in the fridge overnight or would the crumbs get soggy?
    Posted by yaels |September 17, 2020
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    Renee Schwartz - Kosher.com Admin
    We think the sesame versions would be fine in the fridge overnight. You can sprinkle the other version with a last minute extra bit of French fried onions for fresh crunch.
    Posted by Renee Schwartz|September 17, 2020
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  • Perla Meyers

    Have made it multiple times, delicious!
    Posted by Perla5700 |2021-09-18 15:40:17
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  • de Si

    How do you put the salmon on the skewers after they're baked? Don't they fall apart? Normally I would put them on raw, but then what would I do with the lemon and cucumber?
    Posted by bhdtes18 |2021-02-17 21:58:33
    Replies:
    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    Ideally, I would put them on the skewer and then bake them and then add the lemon and cucumber on the bottom. If you would like them to look like the picture I would recommend cooking the salmon, waiting until it's cooled, and then add them to the skewer, then it is less likely that they will fall apart.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|February 22, 2021
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  • de Si

    Salmon on skewer

    How do you put the salmon on the skewers after they're baked? Don't they fall apart? Normally I would put them on raw, but then what would I do with the lemon and cucumber?
    Posted by bhdtes18 |February 18, 2021
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  • Yael

    Advance

    Can I make this one day in advance and keep in the fridge overnight or would the crumbs get soggy?
    Posted by yaels |September 17, 2020
    Replies:
    Renee Schwartz - Kosher.com Admin
    We think the sesame versions would be fine in the fridge overnight. You can sprinkle the other version with a last minute extra bit of French fried onions for fresh crunch.
    Posted by Renee Schwartz|September 17, 2020
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