Cookbook:Salmon with Rice and Sauce
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|Salmon with Rice and Sauce|
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- "Salmo Salar" Atlantic salmon (Q188879) (250g)
- Jasmine rice Jasmine rice (Q2733021) (3 dl)
- Crème fraîche crème fraîche (Q1142459) (1 dl)
- hot/chili -sauce hot sauce (Q522171) (0,5 dl)
- Romaine lettuce Romaine lettuce (Q1762893)
- carrots carrot (Q81) (100 grams)
- colander colander (Q1057060)
- cutting board cutting board (Q617239)
- kitchen knife kitchen knife (Q599312)
- stock pot stock pot (Q15711817)
- stove kitchen stove (Q182995)
- Salmon: Take 2 pieces of salmon from the freezer which together weigh approximately 250g and put them in the sink or a larger pot
- Salmon: Fill up the sink(or the larger pot) with 40 degrees Celcius hot water and fill it so that the plastic salmon package floats on it
- Salmon: Prepare the oven and set it to 170 degrees Celcius with heat source top and bottom.
- Rice: Measure 3 dl(300ml) rice in stock pot
- Rice: Go to sink with the pot and fill with cold water so the rice gets covered
- Rice: Pour water and rice from pot into a "strainer" sieve (Q381155)(a colander (Q1057060) can also be used as long as the rice sticks to it when the water drains). Let the strainer stay inside the sink.
- Rice: Get rice from strainer into the stock pot using a large spoon so all remaining rice ends up in the pot.
- Rice: Pour 5 3/4 dl water into pot with rice and put on the pot lid.
- Rice: Put pot on stove with highest power 9/9 and from now on watch the rice regularly
- Rice: When rice starts boiling lower power to 3/9 and put timer on 20 minutes
- Sallad: Place approximately 100g carrots and approximately 100g lettuce on cutting board
- Rice: If rice boils too much lower the power to 1/9
- Sallad: Place kitchen knife and peeler on cutting board
- Sallad: Rinse the carrots under cold water
- Sallad: Peel the carrots
- Sallad: Cut the carrots in 4 equal in length pieces and cut each one in the middle
- Sallad: Put carrots in an empty soup plate soup plate (Q87718085) for salad
- Sallad: Rinse the lettuce in cold water. If the lettuce falls apart put it in the strainer and rinse there.
- Sallad: Cut the Romaine lettuce in 1 cm pieces and move to soup plate
- Salmon: Once the salmon has fully thawed, cut the container holding the salmon using scissors and drain it of any liquids it contains
- Salmon: Put the salmon in a cake tin cake tin (Q87714281)
- Salmon: Wash your hands because of the smell of salmon and throw the broken salmon container into the trash(unless you can clean it well enough to remove the smell)
- Salmon: Place crème fraîche and hot sauce on table along with a bowl(or small rectangular container), a big spoon and a measuring tool for 1 dl(100ml).
- Salmon: Put approximately 1 dl crème fraîche in bowl using spoon, then let spoon stay in bowl
- Salmon: Pour 0.5 dl hot sauce in measurement tool for 1 dl and put contents in bowl. Later rinse measurement tool and put it in the sink
- Salmon: Mix contents in bowl using spoon until it becomes mostly homogeneous, sauce is now finished!
- Salmon: Pour sauce over salmon using spoon inside the cake tin so it fully covers the salmon.
- Cleaning: Rinse the sauce bowl with water and put in sink
- Salmon: Put cake tin in oven and put timer on 15 minutes
- Set the table
- Enjoy the meal!
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