Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Citrus Salmon Lollipuffs

Citrus Salmon Lollipuffs

  • 1 pound thawed frozen salmon fillets, cut into 1-inch cubes
  • 2 tablespoons lemon juice
  • 3 tablespoons teriyaki sauce
  • 1 package (17.3 ounces) Pepperidge Farm® Puff Pastry Sheets, thawed
  • 1/3 cup orange marmalade


1. Heat the oven to 400 degrees F. Place the salmon into a medium bowl. Add the lemon juice and 2 tablespoons teriyaki sauce and toss to coat.

2. Unfold the pastry sheets on a lightly floured surface. Cut each pastry sheet into 16 (1/2-inch wide) strips crosswise, making 32 in all. Cut each strip in half crosswise, making 64 in all. Place 2 strips on a baking sheet to form a cross shape. Repeat with remaining strips. Place 1 piece salmon in the center of each pastry cross. Fold the ends of the pastry cross over the filling and press to seal. Turn the pastries seam-side down on the bakingsheets.

3. Bake for 20 minutes or until the pastries are golden brown. Stir the marmalade and remaining teriyaki sauce in a small bowl. Serve the pastries on 3-inch wooden skewers with the marmalade mixture for dipping.

I thought I would share a recipe that my Dad and StepMom brought over the holidays. That's Mr. Stitches and my StepMom posing with the Lollipuffs. It was yummy and we thought you could make it with anything inside like chicken or shrimp but the salmon was so good ! I don't normally post recipes but we love to cook (and eat) so much that I just had to pass this one along.


Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

This is so easy and yet so gourmet! I've never had anything quite like it. It would certainly make an impression on guests. I'm saving this one.



Lindsey @ Better After said...

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Becca said...

Hi Tammy, thanks so much for stopping by and leaving such a sweet note about my sitting room. Your home is beautiful and drapes are gorgeous. I envy your talent. LOVE what you did to your black armoire by adding the mirrors (I'm a huge lover of Ballard, too.) Yes, we do have similar taste ... I have the same monkey fabric in my bathroom. I look forward to seeing your projects this year. Take care, Becca (D.R. Horton was our home builder.)

hudsondebb- Deborah Cronin said...

Hi Tammy-
thanks for checking out my blog!- I can't figure out how to reply so I came to your blog to check it out and drop you a line.
I love my work, too, and this is just a great way to share with others who feel the same way.
Deb Cronin

AB HOME Interiors said...

Tammy those look D-lish! Thanks for stopping by. I know Ive beenout of the loop for a bit but the new blog looks great!

ashlina said...

hi there...wow. i am really impressed with your blog.
so cute. i love that you love to sew and make curtains.
thats awesome!
those lollipuffs look so yummy!

will be following your blog!
happy friday

Room Service ~ Decorating 101 said...

I know I will love this, I love fish and orange favor, so it would be great. Thanks and also thanks for the sweet little note you left me on my little tater bug...I am in love!

Maria Killam said...

Your mom is beautiful and those look yummy!

Karen@StrictlySimpleStyle said...

Those look yummy and very fancy! You're husband is so cute!

Blair said...

Oh wow! Look and sound delish.

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

These look so good, Tammy!

Thanks for your comment on my slipcover post! She actually wrapped batting around the cushion before putting it back into the cover. I'm not sure if I like it yet because the cushion was much softer before. I'm going to sit on it for awhile and see if it softens up a bit. Otherwise, I'll just take the batting out. One of the reasons I love that sofa is because it was comfortable.

Kelly@TearingUpHouses said...

these look delicious!


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