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The herring smorrebrod recipe – Gordon Ramsay’s version

The herring smorrebrod recipe


Smorrebrods, are typical Danish open sandwiches, with a base of rye bread, butter and delicious topping. Today I'll let you taste my version with herring.

Not only in Denmark: we find Smorrebrods in others as well Scandinavian countries, offered at all levels, from starred restaurants to street food.

They can be customized in many ways, playing with main ingredients and toppings, but they cannot be missing: a base of rye bread and butter to spread.

Eel, herring, salmon, shrimp and other fish, more or less smoked or dried, are generally the protagonists, but there are also meat and vegetarian versions. Eggs, radishes and red onion are a must among the toppings. dill, chives and beets.

The classic Danish smorrebrod with herring is called Sol over Gudhjem and takes its name from Gudhjem, the picturesque fishing village on the island of Bornholm. It is prepared with a base of rye bread, soft butter, smoked herring, radishes, raw yolk, dill, onion and chives.

I wanted to customize it a bit by replacing the raw yolk with a boiled egg, marinated in beetroot, another ingredient used in Danish open sandwiches.

As for the fish, I chose the delicately smoked herring fillets from Vici.

I added the crunchy part instead with the sliced ​​radishes and decorated with mixed leaves and dill.

Post in collaboration with Vici

The herring smorrebrod recipe

ingredients for 4 Danish open sandwiches

WHAT

  • 200 g of smoked herring
  • 4 slices of rye bread
  • 2 eggs
  • 100 g of cooked beets
  • 50 g of butter
  • a bunch of mixed salad
  • half a spring onion
  • 4 radishes
  • olive oil to taste
  • the juice of half a lemon
  • a bunch of fresh dill
  • Salt and Pepper To Taste

The herring smorrebrod recipe

HOW TO PREPARE DANISH HERRING SMORREBRODS

First I took care of the eggs, which I boiled in boiling water for 9 minutes. I cooled them, peeled them and then soaked them in the blended beetroot pulp, diluted with a little water.

When it was time to serve, I dressed the salad with oil, lemon juice, salt, pepper and the sliced ​​spring onion. I cut the herring into slices and the radishes into slices.

Then I toasted the bread and spread it with butter, heated in a bain-marie and then emulsified to obtain a cream.

I added the herring with fresh dill, the eggs cut into wedges, the salad and radishes.

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VICI

Vici is a brand of fish-based products, developed by Viciunai Group, a Lithuanian company that distributes throughout Europe from the Baltic Sea.

The raw materials come from sustainable fish farms, with MSC certification, and are processed in compliance with their typicality and tradition.

Vici is synonymous with fish specialties, both fresh and smoked or frozen. But also baked goods and frozen ethnic specialties, such as delicious Japanese gyoza, meat, fish or vegetarian.

Gluten Free Heart Brioche, Cream and Chocolate – Easy Dough Without Butter and Oil – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Gluten Free Heart Brioche, Cream and Chocolate - Easy Dough Without Butter and Oil


Gluten-free brioches are easy and versatile with this recipe without butter And oil with cream in the dough! I gave my croissants a shape a heart, I filled them with custard and chocolate, excellent for a breakfast, snack or delicious dessert.

With this dose you will get 24 small brioches (my heart mold measures 7 cm in the widest part!)

# Family💚 I am extremely happy to share this beautiful, versatile and delicious recipe that you can give a thousand shapes and fill as you like!

You know I'm crazy about custard, I couldn't help but put it in these sweet hearts! For the sweet tooth, any type of spreadable cream (hazelnut, pistachio, almond) or jam is also fine.

See also => ​​Gluten Free Custard and Chocolate Cream – One Foolproof Recipe for Two Tastes

The important thing is to know that this brioche cuts wonderfully!

To have an impeccable leavened cake, you must always start from a super homogeneous dough, I show you that you can also get it by working by hand, but if you want to help you with a planetary mixer, you can definitely do it!

Use the leaf hook and make the recipe as described below.

These brioches, by appropriately modifying the ingredients, you can absolutely make them lactose-free.

Easy recipe in 15 minutes! – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Tiramisu With Pandoro


The Tiramisu With Pandoro it's a spoon dessert delicious and rapid ! Variant of the classic version; in this case made with pandoro slices, used as a base instead of ladyfingers then dip in the coffee, stuffed in layers with mascarpone cream and finally dusted with cocoa! Fresh, creamy, enveloping and ideal for recycle the leftovers of pandoro or panettone, transforming them in minutes a sweet new and choreographic mouth-watering!

Tiramisu With PandoroFor the very easy preparation, you can use both the Pandoro that panettone or a mix of both. You will need them only 15 minutes, to cut, assemble and yours Tiramisu With Pandoro is ready for go to the fridge! In this case I made it in a single pan, but you can also make it happen in small single portions coccotte or shot glasses!

Perfect like Christmas dessert to conclude lunches and dinners together with Struffoli, Pandoro, Panettone and the classic Christmas sweets; but also in the days following the holidays to give new life to Christmas leftovers!

Discover also:

Stuffed Pandoro (the quick and delicious recipe)

PREPARATION TIMES

Preparation Cooking Total
15 minutes 0 minutes 15 minutes

Ingrediants

Quantity for 1 22 cm pan or 4 – 6 single portions

  • About 300 grams of Pandoro (or Panettone)
  • 4 – 5 cups of cold espresso coffee from the fridge
  • 500 grams of mascarpone
  • 4 yolks
  • 2 egg whites
  • 100 grams of granulated sugar
  • 1 tablespoon of marsala or other liqueur you prefer (alternatively a pinch of vanilla)
  • 2 tablespoons of unsweetened cocoa powder

Method

How to make Tiramisu with Pandoro

First of all, prepare the coffee and place it in the fridge to cool.

Then prepare the filling cream following the step by step procedure found in: TIRAMISU

Finally, weigh the pandoro or panettone, cut it into slices or use the leftovers.

Then place 2 – 3 tablespoons of coffee on the base, add the pandoro in the pan or in single portions by cutting the piece to size of the base and sprinkle with the coffee without soaking too much:

how to make Tiramisu with pandoro

Add the first layer of cream, using the sac à poche with a wide nozzle or with a spoon:

stuff the Tiramisu with pandoro

Then add another layer of pandoro, sprinkle with coffee and complete with a layer of cream:

put the Tiramisu with pandoro in the fridge

Place in the fridge to cool for at least 30 minutes.

Sprinkle with unsweetened cocoa before serving yours Tiramisu With Pandoro

Tiramisu With Pandoro

You can keep in the fridge for 2 – 3 days

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