Scottish Salmon with Lemon Caper Butter Sauce – Chef Sandip Acherjee


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Scottish Salmon with Lemon Caper Butter Sauce


SERVINGS: 4 portions




Salmon Fillet 640 gm
Dijon Mustard 40 gm
Cheese amul 20 gm
Jchilli pwd 10 gm
Caper 20 gm
Salt 25 gm
Dil leaf and spring 15 gm
Black pepper crushed 10 gm
Olive oil 30 ml
Lemon (lemon juice) 2 pcs
Butter 50 gm
Parsley 20 gm
Potato 100 gm
Garlic chop 40 gm
Onion slice 60 gm
Bokchoy leaf 100 gm
Mush room 40 gm
Yellow & green Zucchini 40 gm
Brocolli 40 gm
Artichoke 60 gm
Balsamic reduction 2 gm
White wine 20 ml
Cherry tomato 20 gm
Leeks 20 gm




Marinate salmon fillet with lemon juice, salt pepper, dijon mustard dil leaf, oil and garlic chopped then grilled salmon fillet over the grilled from every side.


For hot crushed potatoes, skin off large potatoes, roughly cut the potatoes, deep fry them. Add salt and then toss them with sautéed garlic, parsley and pepper crushed. Finally crush them roughly.
Cut all the vegetables into roundels or slantly, marinate with garlic, salt, pepper, parsley and grill them in high flame with olive oil and lastly little butter.




Lemon caper butter sauce melt butter in slow hit frying pan add little cooking water wine caper parsley salt pepper for seasoning add little cream for thicken and finely chopped jalapeno chilli, and parsley chopped and adjust the seasoning.




Make the skewer with baby potato, leek and roasted garlic cloves and then marinate with salt, pepper, garlic chop, mustard, parsley, cheese, lemon juice. Grill the potato skewers in griller for 3-4 minutes, drizzle some mustard honey dip from top and grill both side.


Now for the plating part, take a clean square platter, mould the hot crushed potatoes, in the centre, arrange the grill vegetables and grilled onions at the side, and then put the one pieces of salmon fillet on the hot crushed potatoes and vegetables, drizzle the sauce on the grilled salmon.




Garnish – drizzle balsamic reduction from side, and fresh dil spring.



Unit Chef – Sandip Acherjee of Afraa.

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About Chef

I did Three years Diploma in Hotel and Kitchen Management from Turning Point, School of Hotel Management, Kolkata. I did my professional training from Great Eastern Hotel, Kolkata, Lalit group. I worked at The Park, Kolkata as a D.C.D.P. and also worked in Bridge Cafe (The Park, Kolkata) as a Chef de Partie. I also worked in Spaghetti Kitchen in Forum Mall (Pan India Food Solution Pvt. Ltd.) as Sr. Chef de Partie. Presently working at Afraa at City Center–I (Ambuja Group) as a Unit Chef as well as all Afraa Deli’s in Kolkata and continuing with the organization with full enthusiasm & devotion for betterment of organization. I can prepare from the simple to the most elegant cuisines utilizing the freshest herbs, vegetables, fruits and hand-cut meats to achieve the ideal intensity of flavors. A gourmet meal can be created from one of my many mainstay dishes or developed and customized based on the needs and personal tastes of you and your guests. Put my culinary expertise to the test!

Chef Sandip Acherjee
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