Preheat the oven to 200ºC/400ºF/Gas Mark 6 (180ºC/350ºF/Gas Mark 4 in a fan assisted oven).
To make the dill butter, place the butter in a bowl and add the dill and lemon juice. Season to taste, cover with plastic film and set aside.
To make the pea and watercress puree, heat a non-stick frying pan and melt half the butter in a frying pan until hot and foaming. Add the spring onions and cook for a few minutes until softened, stirring occasionally.
Add the peas to the pan with the caster sugar, stock and remaining butter, stirring to combine. Cover with a circle of greaseproof paper and allow to sweat for 2-3 minutes. Remove the paper and add the watercress, then allow to cook for a further minute or until all the liquid has evaporated.
Place in a food processor and blend until nearly smooth - you still want a little texture. Set aside until ready to use.
Cut the salmon fillet into four equal portions and carefully cut in half horizontally and season.
Melt the butter in a small pan or in the microwave. Brush one sheet of the filo pastry with melted butter and place another sheet on top and turn the two over. Brush what is now the top sheet with melted butter.
Place a spoonful of the pea puree into the middle of the filo and place the bottom half of a salmon fillet on top, spread over a little more of the pea puree and a little of the dill butter and cover with the top half of the salmon fillet.
Gather the sides of the filo pastry together, trim down with a sharp knife and fold over to enclose completely to form a purse shape. Repeat this process with the remaining salmon fillets, filo pastry and most of the melted butter.
Lightly brush the salmon filo parcels with the remaining melted butter and arrange on a baking sheet. Cover loosely with plastic film and chill for at least 30 minutes to firm up but overnight is fine.
Bake the salmon filo parcels for 12 - 15 minutes or until the pastry is lightly golden. Heat the remaining pea and watercress puree in a small pan and arrange small mounds on serving plates with the salmon filo parcels. Serve with Jersey Royals.
» Metric Converter
9. Opt for digital paintings. If you couldn’t find the right painting you want, a digital painting might give you what you are looking for. There are already paintings which you can merely print and frame. Although, it will be limited in terms of texture but it can still look good in your room. Some even buy posters instead and use it as wall décor. They look good when already framed. 10. Use your creativity. If you are an artist or at least have the passion for art, you can make your own painting or wall décor. Well, it doesn’t necessarily use paint. You can use whatever medium you like. You can even apply your crafty skills into it by creating a collage or a scrapbook like décor. Frame it and you now have a personalized wall décor. Getting decorations for your wall is both fun and exciting. But it will surely be more fulfilling if you will actually be the one to make it yourself. Yet, a real painting can still give a different burst of appeal to your living room. Aside from wall paintings, you can also try using wall sculptures as decorations. Even wall clock can add beauty to your walls. Get more home design tips here in Home Design Lover.
» 5h ago
5. Choose one that suits your personality. A painting also reflects the personality of the homeowners. So, do not just get any painting. Make sure that the message from the painting is right for your personality and that it will give a good impression to your visitors. There are many paintings you can choose from. For sure, you’ll find something that you’ll fall in love with and something that you can relate to your personality. 6. Match it with your interior design. Every home has a distinct interior design. Some opt for modern touches which is the current trend. Some also stick to classic and vintage designs where vintage decorative frames are used for paintings. Let it match the interior theme of your house in order to complete the look you want. 7.Research paintings. Do your homework by looking for various paintings in shops or even on the internet. This will make shopping easier for you. Also, you will be able to check on what paintings are available in the market that you could get for your home. Then take note of those designs that you liked. You might still be able to get them at a lower price. Or if you cannot find one that is exactly the same as the one you want, for sure you can get a similar painting. 8. Visualize room. Now think of how that painting will look like when it is already installed in your room. Does it look lovely? Or it might look awkward? Does it complement with the entire look or it doesn’t fit in at all? Visualize your room. If you think you got the right painting, then go get it.
» 5h ago