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Smoked fish dip/pate

Posted by Vanessa45 
Smoked fish dip/pate
September 11, 2017 05:23PM
I had a beautiful smoked fish dip/pate in the weekend and sadly didnt find out who made it to get the recipe.
It was creamy, tangy and spicy

Has any one got any ideas or killer recipes?

I would probably experiment but use sour cream for the creaminess. Im guessing with a pate it would be butter for richness and creaminess.

Vanessa
Re: Smoked fish dip/pate
September 11, 2017 06:03PM
This one is very good, but more buttery than creamy.

Smoked Fish Paté

2 smoked trevally fillets or equivalent oily fish
3 tab brandy
150g butter, melted
juice ½ lemon

Take flesh off skin & bones, soak flesh in brandy 1 – 2 hours.

Process all until finely amalgamated. Pack into dish and chill.

Serve with brown bread and lemon.
Re: Smoked fish dip/pate
September 13, 2017 04:30AM
My friend makes a very tasty tuna pate, which would be easy to adapt to smoked fish I think. I know it has cream cheese in it, and spring onions, and is set in a loaf tin. Would you like me to ask for the recipe?
Re: Smoked fish dip/pate
September 16, 2017 04:09PM
Ohhh yes cream cheese, didnt think of that. Thats ok Gris, Ill google cream cheese fish dips and see whats around.
Delicious on toast for breakfast with a poached egg.
Vanessa
DK
Re: Smoked fish dip/pate
September 25, 2017 04:59PM
My ex-dad-in-law used to make the best fish pate with a pottle of cream cheese, a large tin of tuna, drained, loads of chopped parsley, some chopped onion, and lemon juice. I suppose you could use smoke-flavoured tuna. I used to eat it with a spoon, it was that good.
Re: Smoked fish dip/pate
October 05, 2017 12:58AM
Simple but sounds delicious

Mmmmm Im thinking it sounds a winner this BBQ season, big bowl with crunchy bread, crackers or veg sticks.

Vanessa
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