Celebrating Fourth of July with Family and Friends
How do family and friends celebrate the Fourth of July? By pulling out all the stops to show their patriotism!
We have some amazing recipes this week to spice up your Independence Day bash!
- 1 tsp. canola oil (plus more for brushing dough)
- 1/2 lb. fresh salmon fillet
- 1 cup chopped fresh spinach
- 1/2 cup finely shredded carrot
- 2 scallions, chopped
- 1 clove garlic, minced
- 1 tsp. fresh grated ginger
- 1 tsp. chili garlic paste (in the Asian section), or to taste
- Salt and Pepper
- Phyllo Dough
Cut salmon into 1 x 3-inch strips. Heat oven to 375 degrees F. Cut stack of phyllo sheets crosswise in half. Cover with a damp paper towel while you are working with them to prevent them from drying out. Place 1 half sheet phyllo dough on a flat surface. Brush with a small amount of oil. Top with second half sheet of phyllo. Place about 1 Tbsp. spinach mixture on short end of phyllo; place salmon on top.
Roll up phyllo into a log and gently twist the ends to make a firecracker shape. Place on ungreased baking sheet. Repeat with remaining phyllo and salmon. Brush firecrackers lightly with oil and bake 18 to 20 minutes or until phyllo is crisp and golden brown.
I like a sweet and sour dipping sauce for these rolls. I used "A Taste of Thai" Sweet Red Chili Sauce.
Get your party going with these Lemon Drop Jello Shots!
Let the Fireworks Begin!
When I told my husband what you were bringing to the table this week he got so excited and asked if we could make it this week. I already put it on my menu plan and now that I have actually seen the recipe I am even more excited then I was before.ReplyDelete
Thank you Laura! I know you won't be disappointed!Delete
These look awesome! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
These look SO good! I am pinning these and making them this week!ReplyDelete
Patti, these salmon rolls look fantastic. Anything wrapped in phyllo has to be delicious. Have a happy safe 4th of July, and I am going to visit these other foodie blogs. xoReplyDelete
Looks great! And I love the cute Jello shots too! I have to stop back and check out some of the other recipes too:@)ReplyDelete
Oh yes! These look fabulous. Love phyllo too.ReplyDelete
Wow, this is my kind of appetizer. Can't wait to try it!ReplyDelete
I have to admit, I am not a seafood fan, but they look so yummy! I will have to try them at our next family cook out and make all those seafood lovers happy!ReplyDelete
Wow these look amazing! I am totally going to be trying these ASAP!ReplyDelete
Someone is spending time on Pinterest! Love the jello shots and the way you twisted the ends of the wrappers is perfect for the 4th!ReplyDelete
Salmon rolls look awesome and perfect for a 4th of July celebration!
Oh my goodness this looks AH-MAZING! I never would've thought to make "rolls" from phyllo dough! It's genius!ReplyDelete
Oh my!!Your pics are outstanding!!Love the Thai flavors in here and I'm a big fan of Thai food!Cannot wait to try this :)ReplyDelete
I never would have thought to have wrapped the salmon bites into phyllo. What a great way to offer a bite of delicious salmon!ReplyDelete
I love all these flavors...and salmon is quickly becoming my most favorite fish! Can't wait to try these!!ReplyDelete
These look so tasty! And the jello shots..such a neat idea!ReplyDelete
These are so cool! I am not a fan of salmon, but you could easily change the protein with these. They look so fun and perfect for a party!ReplyDelete
Outstanding! I knew I would be coming to see this recipe because it's SEAFOOD (my favorite thing to eat). Imagine my surprise when I found these Firecracker Salmon Rolls. I'm saving this recipe and pinning it too! Love it! (Those Jello shots look so inviting--I want to party with you guys!)ReplyDelete
My mom is going to LOVE this! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
I love this idea! And dipping them in sweet chili sauce sounds perfect too.ReplyDelete
what a great idea Patti, I love this recipe and want to try it out, thanks for the recipe.ReplyDelete
Wow I don't even like seafood but these look good! I can always make them for anyone else in my family!!ReplyDelete
Yum! These look amazing, and those lemon shots are the cutest thing I have ever laid eyes on.ReplyDelete
Oh wow, I've never made anything like this and it sounds SO good!ReplyDelete
This recipe was really great. I love to see this in here. I will add this one to my list.ReplyDelete
G'day! Looks great! Congrats for also being featured in the Olive and Grapevine weekly!ReplyDelete
Cheers! Joanne What's On The List?