Salmon with sauce of cheese and walnuts

Salmon with cheese and walnuts
Salmon with sauce of cheese and walnuts
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Reaching these dates the cold leads us to take stock of natural fats to compensate for low temperatures. In the same way, the shops are filled with Nougat, polvorones, Marzipan... all based on dried fruit, These forgotten of the stew as well feel our body. For this reason, because we are already approaching the Christmas, We will begin to implement typical recipes of these dates, or rather, with typical Christmas products.
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  • A pair of salmon escalopes
  • A glass of milk
  • 8 slices of cheese type Tranchete
  • 6 cheese
  • A couple of handfuls of nuts
  1. In a frying pan salmon gets with the skin side down, We close with a lid (possible glass) and over medium-high heat leave it it done in their juice. So we make sure that you make us steam, that is the way to lighter take fish. When you are done the serve.
  2. In a saucepan pour the milk and heat over medium heat, We take the triangles, the slices and walnuts all nicely chopped and cook nonstop revolver so well discard the cheese and not sticking in the background. We will bring to a boil and remove the Pan from the fire. Until it cools completely covered parts of fish sauce.
  • A pair of hands: the scallops of salmon can be substituted for salmon trout fillets (cheaper and less strong taste). The nuts can be changed by pinions, but these are very expensive. And if you like strong flavors you can add some blue cheese sauce.
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