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Avocado mousse with salmon and grape fruit
Avocado mousse with salmon and grape fruit
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A homemade avocado mousse served on a slice of grape fruit and with a layer of salmon on top makes a nice starter before the dinner. Only takes a few minutes to prepare and the different ingredients mixture makes a nice taste combination.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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1 Celery bulb
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1 Avocado
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2 tablespoons Cream cheese
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1 Grapefruit
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4 Salmon slices
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1 pinch Salt
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1 pinch Pepper
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0,5 teaspoon Lemon juice
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1 tablespoon Fresh dill
Instructions:
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Peel and cut the celery bulb in slices approx. 0,5 centimeter thick.
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In a casserole pour some water and salt, add the celery slices and boil until they are soft. Drain the water and pour the celery on a plate.
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With a fork mix the avocado and the cream cheese. Add salt, pepper, and lemon juice and mix it well.
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Peel and cut the grape fruit in thin slices and place on a plate.
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Pour the mousse evenly on the grape fruit.
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Place salmon slices on top of the mousse and try to create a nice volume by making a nice torch shape with the fish. . For decoration add some small grape fruit slices and dill on top of the salmon.
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