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Serve this delicious Portuguese salmon pate spread (patê de salmão) on crusty bread slices, toast or crackers.
Preparation time:
15 min
Cooking Time:
10 min
Ready In:
2 h 25 min
Level of Difficulty:

Portuguese Salmon Pate Spread Recipe - Portuguese Recipes

Portuguese Salmon Pate Spread Recipe

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Posted in: Seafood Recipes
Wed, May 15, 2019
5 out of 5 with 1 ratings
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1 salmon fillet (about 300 grams)1/2 cup of mayonnaise2 tablespoons of heavy cream1 tablespoon of ketchup1 tablespoon of olive oil1 teaspoon of Worcestershire sauceChopped fresh chives (to taste)Lime juice (to taste)Salt (to taste)Pepper (to taste) * Get Portuguese ingredients & stuff Get Portuguese ingredients and other stuff at Amazon.com


  1. Season the salmon fillet on both sides with salt, pepper and lime juice.
  2. Fry the salmon fillet in the olive oil over medium heat (about 4 minutes on each side).
  3. Once fried, remove the salmon fillet from the frying pan and place it on a dish.
  4. Remove the skin and bones and shred very well.
  5. Put in a bowl and let cool 5 minutes.
  6. To the bowl with the salmon, add the ketchup, the Worcestershire sauce and the cream.
  7. Mix well and finally, mix in the mayonnaise and chives.
  8. Once everything is well mixed, place it the refrigerator for at least 2 hours until well cooled.
Recipe & Photo Credit: Neuza Costa, saborintenso.com
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