Salmon and Tomato Tart is an easy and tasty midweek supper dish for family or friends, using ready-made puff pastry.
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Salmon and Tomato Tart has become one of my favourite supper dishes – especially since I started using ready-rolled puff pastry as the base. As you may know, rolling out pastry is my bête noire and I use every trick I can to avoid it. Hurrah for ready-rolled pastry! (And actually, hurrah for ready-made, all-butter puff pastry, because I would never make it.)
Salmon and Mozzarella?
If you don’t have any mozzarella, you could use four salmon fillets instead of three. I used to make this tart that way, but now I prefer the texture that mozzarella cheese brings. But – you choose.
Pesto and Tomato Puree?
You could use sundried tomato pesto in this recipe, but I try to keep to ingredients I often use – and I usually have pesto and tomato puree in the house.
All you need to eat with Salmon and Tomato Tart is some salad or some steamed vegetables – if you can be bothered. And enjoy!
- 5 bladed herb cutting scissors – Useful for cutting the tarragon or any other herbs you want to use.
Cut the tarragon up the stem so that you just use the leaves.
Most importantly, these scissors don’t cut your fingers.
- Magic liner – Cut to fit the traybake tins and roasting tins you use most. You wash it every time. Nothing sticks and it doesn’t need greasing
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Ready-rolled puff pastry makes this an easy midweek supper.
You will need:
- 320g pack of ready-rolled puff pastry
- 90ml (3 rounded tablespoons) pesto
- 30ml (1 rounded tablespoon) tomato puree
- 3 salmon fillets approx 300g skinned
- 300g cherry tomatoes
- 125g mozzarella cheese
- Small bunch fresh herbs, e.g. tarragon
- 15ml (1 tablespoon) olive oil
- Preheat the oven to 180°C fan, gas mark 6
- While the oven’s heating:
For the Salmon and Tomato Tart
- Put the salmon fillets in a baking dish and cook for 10 minutes
- If they are very thick they will need an extra 5 minutes. Don’t worry if they are slightly undercooked
- Unroll the pastry onto your prepared baking tray
- Brush the edges with water and pinch up about 1cm on each side to form the edges of the tart
- Prick the pastry all over with a fork and spread the pesto mixture evenly over the base of the tart
- Turn the heat up to 200°C fan, gas mark 7 when you take the salmon out and wait for it to get to temperature
- Cook the tart for 20 minutes
- Thinly slice the tomatoes – you will get about 4 slices per tomato
- Finely slice the mozzarella, then shred with your fingers
- Wash and finely chop the herbs
- Flake the salmon
- When the tart is done, remove from the oven, leaving it on
- Scatter half the herbs over the base
- Arrange the cheese on the herbs to cover as much of the base as possible
- Arrange the salmon in an even layer over the cheese
- Grind pepper over the salmon, and lightly salt if desired
- Arrange the tomatoes on the top in an overlapping pattern.
- Sprinkle with the remaining olive oil and herbs
- Cook for a further 25 minutes
- Category: Supper
- Method: Bake
- Cuisine: British
Keywords: midweek dinner, salmon, puff pastry