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Salmon that is smoked makes this dish delicious! Serve this along with brown soda bread for a great meal.
3 c Torn greens (such as red-leaf lettuce, frisee and arugula)
1 lb. Thinly sliced smoked salmon (such as Irish, Scottish or-Norwegian)
2 tb Drained capers
1 sm White onion, thinly sliced
24 Red cherry tomatoes or pear tomatoes
24 Yellow pear tomatoes or cherry tomatoes
2 tb Olive oil (preferably-extra-virgin)
"A plate of smoked salmon with brown soda bread is a favored dish in
Ireland. In fact, the last thing my mother gave me as I was ending my
latest visit home was a whole smoked salmon to bring back to the States.
The greens and olive oil give a modern spin to my version of this
classic starter."(Gerri Gilliland, author of article)
Lemon wedges Unsalted butter Divide greens among plates. Top with salmon. Sprinkle with capers. Garnish with onions and tomatoes. Drizzle with oil. Serve with lemon, bread and butter.