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I make almost an identical spread except I use smoked salmon and omit the pecans and parsley - same goes for this dip - there is never any left!! I will have to try the pecans/parsley next time. I believe if you don't have fresh smoked salmon you can use canned salmon and liquid smoke.
A dash of smoke is a good idea. Pack this into a fish-shaped mold lined with plastic wrap. chill overnight. for an ultra-elegant presentation slice 1 small cucumber paper thin (slice blade of processor) Make overlapping "scales" on top. A bit of olive or pimento makes the eye.
Made this for my husbands office party. Everyone loved it. I had requests for the recipe. Every year I make recipes I find on this site. When people tell me I'm such a good cook. I always tell them 'it's easy just go to allrecipes.:)
So disappointing. Impossible to roll into a log or ball even tho it had been chilled overnite. End rsult I mounded it in a bowl and sprinkled nuts and parsley over the top. Flavor was not very exciting either tasted like tuna salad. Will not make again.
Wonderful!! I had no trouble rolling this as I used saran wrap to roll it and then refrigerated it. After I pulled it out of the fridge I then rolled it in the pecans. Very simple. Had a great flavour and everyone enjoyed it. I will definately make this again and again!!
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