Happy Thanksgiving

By on November 27, 2014

Eat Fish

This Thanksgiving, we have a lot to be grateful for…

OUR CLIENTS

who believe in our company and the value we offer

OUR PARTNERS

who efficiently deliver Chinook Shores supplies and services

OUR EMPLOYEES

who demonstrate passion, dedication and talent daily
 

 

Happy Thanksgiving and all the best to you and your family this holiday season!

Chinook Shores Lodge

Chinook Shores Lodge (907) 225-6700

 
The best way to contact Jeff and Nadra during the holidays and trade show season is by emailing info@chinookshores.com or texting (907) 617-0858.
 

Try these seafood recipes…

Alaska Salmon Dip

Smoked Salmon Salmon Dip

 
Ingredients
1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese, softened
¾ cup sour cream
1 tablespoon lemon juice
2 cloves garlic, minced
2 tablespoons green onions, minced
1 tablespoon fresh dill, minced
1 teaspoon prepared horseradish
½ teaspoon salt
¼ teaspoon black pepper

6-to 7-ounces smoked salmon

 
This recipe makes great deviled egg filling too!
 
Directions
Beat the cream cheese until smooth. Add the sour cream, lemon juice, garlic, green onions, dill, horseradish, salt and pepper. Mix well. Gently add the smoked salmon. Chill and serve with crackers.
 
Makes 2 ½ cups.
Source: Recipe adapted from LaDonna Rose Cookbook
 

Alaska Salmon with Vegetable-Bread Stuffing

 
Ingredients

1 whole Alaska Salmon (dressed), fresh or thawed
Salt and pepper, to taste
Lemon half

Stuffing:
1 box (6 oz.) herb-flavored stuffing mix
1/2 cup hot water
1/4 cup crisp, crumbled bacon or pancetta
3 Tablespoons reserved bacon drippings or olive oil, divided
1 medium leek, white and light part only (about 1 cup), halved lengthwise, then sliced
1-1/2 cups peeled celery root, cut in 1/2-inch dices*
2 Tablespoons each chopped parsley and lemon zest
12 to 16 oz. fresh asparagus, trimmed and cut in 2-inch pieces
 
Directions
 

Remove Alaska Salmon from refrigerator 15 minutes before cooking.  Heat oven to 400°F.  Cut two pieces of aluminum foil large enough to wrap around salmon lengthwise.  Stack the foil sheets (shiny side down) on a baking sheet.

Stir stuffing mix, water and bacon in a medium bowl; set aside.  Add 2 tablespoons bacon drippings (or olive oil) to a large frying pan.  Stir in leeks and celery root; sauté 3 to 5 minutes, until leeks are softened.  Transfer cooked vegetables, parsley, zest and asparagus to stuffing mix; stir to combine.

Rinse salmon under cold water, thoroughly rinsing belly cavity; pat dry with paper towel.  Place salmon on foil sheets.  Brush or rub remaining drippings/oil on both sides of the salmon; season with salt and pepper.  Cut 4 slits, crosswise, into the skin of the salmon, deep enough to almost reach the bone.  Loosely stuff salmon cavity with half to 3/4 of stuffing mixture, allowing remaining stuffing to set on the foil around the belly of the fish.  Squeeze lemon juice onto fish.  Bring foil ends up and crimp to close (leave room for heat circulation inside), forming a sealed packet.

Transfer the foil packet and baking sheet to the preheated oven and roast for 25 to 35 minutes, cooking just until salmon is opaque throughout.  Remove from the oven and let rest a few minutes before serving.  Serve salmon with stuffing.

*NOTE: 1 cup of diced celery may be substituted for celery root.

Variation: Salmon can be grilled at medium-high heat (400°F). Carefully transfer foil packet to the center of the preheated grill.  Close grill cover and cook for 30 to 40 minutes, just until fish is opaque throughout.  Be sure to let the salmon rest a few minutes before serving.

Source: Recipe adapted from Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute

 

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