Fresh green beans with smoked salmon, egg and spicy crispy panko. Simple, fast & refined.

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F green beans are a great starting point in the warm summer months It's all about making a delicious meal. They are cooked to perfection in a few minutes and get a wonderfully bright color - as the color of the year, it would probably be called "Darling Appetite Green" in Pantone. And the best part is that if you like, the beans can be reduced to a small luxury meal with a few simple steps and a few simple ingredients. Whether for you alone or for various hungry friends - the effort is low and the effect "wow". May I introduce: Fresh green beans with the finest smoked salmon, waxy egg and spicy crispy panko. Simple, fast and sophisticated - hmmm, I love it!

So that your food becomes tippitoppi and makes you happy all around, you should pay attention to the quality of the ingredients in this simple dish. Treat yourself to really fresh beans, organic eggs, willow butter and an excellent smoked salmon. Do not forget: fatty fish are a real asset to our diet. In particular, the e.g. Omega-3 fatty acids in salmon are a bang for our bodies that can not produce this essential cell regeneration product themselves.

The good news: there are salmon products that are good for our conscience at the same time (Oceans, trawls & Co.) and are perfect for a delicious, healthy food. Such as. the Kodiak wild salmon smoked by FRIEDRICHS. The salmon floats freely all its life into the Arctic Ocean and is then fished by hand from small boats before the island Kodiak by hand. This means maximum freedom plus a natural life for the fish and sustainable fishing for us. The fact that this Alaskan salmon becomes a real smoked specialty is ensured by FRIEDRICH'S "First Hanseatic Fish Factory" in Hamburg. For over 100 years, refined here fine fish specialties in the traditional smoking process on hardwoods. Even today, most of the steps of smoking are done by hand, such as the careful pulling of the individual bones. Best conditions to have a really great smoked salmon on his plate. The natural, particularly intense color (goes well with the "dumb appetizing green"), the delicate texture (it almost melts in the mouth) and the slightly spicy smoked taste (so wonderfully mild) are definitely great fun. You know that.

So - and now go to the fixed green beans!

Have it tasty!

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The recipe for fresh green beans with smoked salmon, egg and spicy crisp panco

Ingredients for 2 servings:

1 large handful of green beans
1 large handful of green runner beans
2 organic eggs
150 g Kodiak wild salmon smoked (Smoked salmon), eg of FRIEDRICHS
1 tbsp butter
1/2 tsp Thai curry paste (from the cup)
2 tbsp. panko (Japanese breadcrumbs)
2 sprigs of fresh thyme
salt & pepper

And this is how it works:

Just cut off the small stalk on the beans (the thin tip on the other) Page is edible and may therefore like to stay tuned!).Boil for 6-8 minutes until firm. Then drain and quench with plenty of cold water. Drain well.

In the meantime, cover the eggs in a small saucepan with water and cook until soft in 6-7 minutes. Also quench, peel and halve with cold water.

Melt the butter in a small nonstick skillet and fry the Thai curry paste in it while stirring. When the butter and paste are well mixed, stir in the panko and roast crispy for a few minutes.

Cut each smoked salmon slice into three strips. Lay three pieces, each slightly overlapping, into a long strip and gently roll from one side to a "floret". Open the top slightly to "petals".

Spread the beans on two plates and put the eggs. Put the smoked salmon florets on the beans and generously spoon over the spicy panko crispy. Season with black pepper and sprinkle with thyme leaves.

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