Thursday, 31 December 2015
1 pack boil in the bag kippers
125g soft cheese
1 medium garlic clove
Lemon zest (optional)
Boil the kippers according to the instructions on the packet. The pack I bought did say microwave but this tends to dry them out too much in my opinion so I prefer to boil them.
When cooked/heated through (about 15 minutes) cut open the bag and tip into a food processor along with the soft cheese, garlic and lemon zest if using. Puree, spoon into a pot, pop on a lid and place in the refrigerator for a couple of hours to chill.
Serve on toast or as a pasta sauce. Beware that there are little flexible bones in kippers. These are fine to be eaten but may put off fussy eaters.
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