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Salmon lasagne

December 16th, 2020 | main dishes

Salmon, spinach and a delicious horseradish cream sauce melt together with the lasagne sheets to create a juicy and aromatic casserole. A classic that can be optimally prepared for guests.

Salmon lasagne

The question is often what to cook when welcoming guests. À la minute, seems to be too stressful for many people. Nevertheless, it should be something fine. I recommend this salmon lasagne, which is prepared the day before and then cooked in the oven while you take care of your guests.

Simply layer all the ingredients in the baking dish and cover them in the refrigerator for a few hours or even overnight. Take out of the fridge 30 minutes before baking and extend the baking time by 10 minutes. If the lasagne turns too brown, cover with aluminum foil.

I wish you a stress-free Christmas season!

Salmon lasagne

(4 – 6 servings)

600 g frozen spinach leaves
let thaw, squeeze well
salt, pepper from the mill
spice up
600 g salmon fillet without skin
2 TS of lemon juice and zest of ½ lemon
drizzle the salmon with lemon juice and lemon zest, season with salt and pepper, marinate for 10 minutes
50 g butter
dissolve
50 g of flour
stir into the butter with a whisk, sweat
500 ml vegetable broth
pour in while stirring, bring to the boil
250 g of cream
stir in, bring to the boil, simmer over medium heat for 10 minutes while stirring
3 - 6 ts of horseradish
stir in
2 TS lemon juice
season the sauce with lemon juice, salt and pepper
spread some sauce in a baking dish (30 X 20 cm)
appr. 16 lasagne sheets
place 4 lasagne sheets on top of the sauce, now layer them as follows:
spinach, sauce, lasagna sheets - salmon, sauce, lasagna sheets
spinach, sauce, lasagna sheets - salmon, sauce, lasagna sheets, sauce
100 g mountain cheese, grated
sprinkle with the cheese and bake at 200° C for about 35 minutes

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