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French Macekrel terrine
French Macekrel terrine
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French Mackerel terrine that is perfect as a starter on a warm summer day, or as a side dish for a lighter lunch. The recipe uses the mackerel fillets in a can flavored with white wine and citron. If you can’t find this flavor, the dill kind is a good option.

Ingredient List for 6 servings:
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300 gr Mackerel fillets flavored with citron and white wine
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750 gr Zucchini
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30 gr Bread crumbles
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25 gr Semolina
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1 Carrot
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4 Eggs
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350 gr Grated emmeltal cheese
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2 tablespoons Olive oil
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1 pinch Salt
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1 pinch Pepper
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1 pinch French herb mix
Oven temperature:
180 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Grate and cook the zucchini on low heat in a casserole for 10 minutes. Take away from the stow and let cool down.
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Drain the water away from the mackerel fillets but keep the liquid for later.
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Ina bowl mix all the ingredients except the carroty. Use an electrical blender for this.
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Heat up the oven at 180 degrees Celsius.
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Peel and slice the carrot in thin slices.
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Butter a rectangular baking form. Add half of the fish mixture.
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Place the carrot on top of the mixture.
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Add the rest of the fish mixture.
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Place the terrine in the middle of the oven for 40 minutes. Take out and let cool down. Keep cold until the next day.
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