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Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Coquilles Saint-Jacques

Coquilles Saint-Jacques

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This romantic lunch or dinner entree will guarantee you a second date!Bon Appétit!
• Prep time: 25 minutes
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• Cook time: 5 minutes
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• Total time: 30 minutes
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• Servings: 2
• 3 medium potatoes peeled and diced small
• 2 oz of of onion and chives Philadelphia cream cheese
• 2 cup(s) of plus 3 tbs of milk
• 2 tbsp. of butter
• 2 tbsp. of flour
• 3 oz of of salmon Philadelphia cream cheese
• 1 tsp. of green onion
• 1 cup(s) of medium cooked shrimp
• 1 cup(s) of of ready cooked crab meat (can use imitation crab)
• 1/2 cup(s) of shredded of mozzarella cheese
1. 1. Place your peeled and diced potatoes in a pot of salted water and boil 8 to 10 minutes until done drained completely and add 2 oz of onion and chive Philadelphia cream cheese, 3 tbs milk and 1 tbs of butter mash well cover and set aside.
2. 2. Next in a sauce pan add the remaining 2 tbs of butter and melt on medium high heat until melted then add 2 tbs of flour whisk for about 30 second to start to cook the flour and create a paste ones you have a smooth paste add slowly while whisking the 2 cups of milk keep whisking until it thickens and forms a nice white sauce.
3. 3. Next add to the sauce 3 oz of salmon Philadelphia cream cheese, shrimp, crab meat and green onion mix well and pour into ramekins.
4. 4. Next fill up your piping bag with your mash potatoes and pipe around the rim and go around three times to create a border to keep filling from boiling out of the ramekins. Top each with 1/4 cup of mozzarella cheese put oven on broil and put ramekins in for 3 to 5 minutes until top is slightly golden brown.
5. You may garnish with a single shrimp! Bon Appétit!

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