Danish Shou Meiji

Danish Shou Meiji

by juju's Parisian kitchen

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When JuJu was in Denmark last month, a Michelin coffee shop in Copenhagen tried a famous local dish called Smushi, which is a very special sushi-type sandwich-Shou Meiji that combines sushi and sandwiches! ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? I recalled the taste of the time in the past two days and imitated one of the following. My husband commented that although the Michelin coffee shop did not do it exquisitely, the taste was very similar and delicious~~ I will share with you here~! "


Danish Shou Meiji

1. Cut the big slice of bread in half, or cut into 4 equal pieces. Juju uses rye bread. The slice of bread itself is relatively small, so cut it in half. Each piece is about 2.5cm*5cm. You can according to the salmon slices. Size to adjust.

Danish Shou Meiji recipe

2. Prepare raw salmon fillets

Danish Shou Meiji recipe

3. Boil two eggs (boil for about 10 minutes), peel them and cut into small pieces

Danish Shou Meiji recipe

4. Pour in mayonnaise (mayonnaise), sprinkle with salt and pepper, and gently stir with eggs.

Danish Shou Meiji recipe

5. Put a piece of salmon on top, put a spoonful of eggs mixed with mayonnaise, and wrap both sides

Danish Shou Meiji recipe

6. Wrapped salmon eggs

Danish Shou Meiji recipe

7. Finally, put it on the bread slice and put some vanilla on top to make it taste better~

Danish Shou Meiji recipe


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