Salmon with creamy leek and dill sauce

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Salmon with creamy leek and dill sauce

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  • 0:25 Prep
  • 0:20 Cook
  • 4 Servings
  • Capable cooks

Cooking in paper keep the juices and flavour in. You can transfer this impressive meal to plates, or serve straight from the parcels for ease.

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Ingredients

  • 20g butter
  • 1 large leek, trimmed, halved, washed, thinly sliced
  • 1/3 cup dry white wine (see note)
  • 2/3 cup light thickened cream
  • 1/3 cup chopped fresh dill sprigs
  • 2 medium zucchini, sliced lengthways
  • 4 (180g each) skinless salmon fillets (see tip)
  • Fresh dill sprigs, to serve
  • Lemon wedges, to serve

Equipment

  • You'll need four 30cm x 60cm pieces baking paper.

Method

  • Step 1
    Preheat oven to 200°C/180°C fan-forced. Melt butter in a frying pan over medium heat. Cook leek, stirring, for 1 to 2 minutes or until just tender. Add wine. Bring to the boil. Add cream. Reduce heat to low. Simmer for 3 to 4 minutes or until slightly thickened. Remove from heat. Stir in dill.
  • Step 2
    Arrange one-quarter zucchini, overlapping slightly, in centre of 1 piece baking paper. Top with 11/2 tablespoons leek mixture, then 1 salmon fillet. Spoon over 1 tablespoon remaining leek mixture.
  • Step 3
    Bring 2 long sides baking paper up to the centre. Fold to seal. Roll up short ends to enclose filling. Tuck under to secure. Place parcels on a large baking tray. Repeat with remaining baking paper, zucchini, leek mixture and salmon.
  • Step 4
    Bake for 15 minutes for medium or until cooked to your liking. Serve with lemon wedges and dill.

  • High protein
  • Low carb
  • Low sodium
  • Low sugar

Nutrition

  • 2035 kj

    Energy

  • 31g

    Fat Total

  • 13g

    Saturated Fat

  • 1g

    Fibre

  • 46g

    Protein

  • 150mg

    Cholesterol

  • 127.27mg

    Sodium

  • 3g

    Carbs (sugar)

  • 3g

    Carbs (total)

All nutrition values are per serve

Notes

You could use 1/4 cup lemon juice instead of the wine.

Tip: Ask your fishmonger to remove the salmon skin or do it yourself with a sharp, thin-bladed knife.

  • Author: Cathie Lonnie
  • Image credit: Rob Palmer
  • Publication: Super Food Ideas

Source: taste.com.au

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