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Featured Recipe Smoked Salmon & Herbed Goat Cheese Tartine This elegant and delicious smoked salmon tartine is topped with herbed goat cheese, lima beans and fresh herbs. The smokiness of the salmon and tangy goat cheese works wonders together!
1 tsp lemon zest
1/2 lemon, juiced
1 tsp mustard
pinch of salt + black pepper
1/3 cup walnut oil
1/2 cup fresh lima beans
Bread of choice, sliced
8 oz goat cheese
2.5 tsp chia seeds
4 tbsp milk
3 tsp fresh chives, chopped
2 tsp fresh dill, chopped
6 slices of smoked salmon
In a medium bowl, add lemon zest, juice, mustard, salt + black pepper and walnut oil. Whisk until combined and emulsified. Add lima beans in the dressing and mix to combine. Set aside to marinate. In a small bowl, mix goat cheese, chia seeds and milk. Stir in fresh chives and dill. Toast sliced pieces of bread. Spread toasty bread with a layer of herbed goat cheese. Top it with a slice of smoked salmon. Spoon on some lima beans marinated with citrusy dressing. Garnish with fresh dill, a drizzle of citrusy dressing with a tiny sprinkling of salt + black pepper.
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