Burren Irish Organic Salmon Three Ways

Burren Irish Organic Salmon Three Ways


byPrepared by Yes Chef Ireland Magazine for Birgitta & Peter Curtin owners of The Burren Smokehouse

of Co. Clare  

Under the header "Burren Smokehouse - Star Fish", the Yes Chef Ireland, issue 3, has published two recipes in their "magazine for lovers of good food" Read More
Prep Time

30 Minutes

Cooking Time

2 Minutes


1-2 People


  • 175g Burren Smoked Irish Organic Salmon
  • 175g Burren Smoked Irish Organic Salmon with Honey, Whiskey & Fennel
  • 175g Burren Hot Smoked Irish Organic Salmon with Honey, Lemon & Dill

For the pea purée:

  • 100g fresh or frozen peas
  • 1 tsp sugar, to taste

For the horseradish crème fraîche:

  • 2 tsp crème fraîche
  • 1/2 tbsp prepared horseradish
  • salt and pepper


Method for Peas:

Cook the peas in boiling salted water for 2 minutes until tender. Drain and then put them into a food processor to puree them until smooth, adding some of the cooking water if it’s too thick. Pass the purée through a fine sieve into a bowl, season well and add some sugar to taste.

Horseradish crème fraîche:

Mix the prepared horseradish and the crème fraîche together in a bowl. Season to taste.

Serve the salmon as illustrated with the pea purée and horseradish crème fraîche. We also like to serve this dish with diced cooked beetroot, sweet corn and fresh peas.

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