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Shabbat dinner

We felt like having fish on Shabbat.

Just me and Yossi at home – All the children were “scattered”, some in the army and some with their other parent. Being only the two of us usually means kitchen experiments but this time we decided to go simple – There were some salmon in the freezer and earlier in the week I found relatively cheap cauliflower in the supermarket. After touring the Caramel market we also had some strawberries for dessert. 🙂

* In the menu was also a simple celery salad (celery, parsley, lemon juice …) and with it all we drank a Chardonnay from the Katamon winery.

Salmon fried in butter with almonds nd dill

Toast sliced almonds and chop dill – Put aside.

Saute onion strips in butter until transparent and add the fish – Fry on both sides. (Salt, pepper …)

Scatter the almonds and dill over and mix lightly in the melted butter.

Mashed cauliflower

Clean the cauliflower and cut it into small pieces – Put in a pot.

Pour a container of cream 38% in the pot – Let cook on low until the cauliflower is soft.

Mash the cauliflower – Add butter, salt, pepper …

(Feb 20, 2011)

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