A light appetizer to serve for a dinner party. It can be made ahead and refrigerated until ready to serve. You will probably need to ask your grocer’s fish department to skin and slice the salmon. Make sure you tell them that you are making Carpaccio, so they know to slice it thinly. Do not get smoked salmon, because it will have an entirely different flavor. Lemon Infused Extra Virgin Olive Oil is being used and can be purchased on-line at Spicewood Food Company.
1 pound of sushi grade salmon, skinned and thinly sliced
1/4 cup of Lemon Infused Extra Virgin Olive Oil divided
1/2 of a lemon
1/4 cup of a red onion, finely diced
2 tablespoons of capers
Light sprinkle of kosher salt and fresh cracked pepper
Italian parsley finely chopped (optional)
Thoroughly rinse each individual piece of salmon under cold water and set on paper towels to drain and pat dry when adding to plate. Take 2 tablespoons of the lemon infused oil and drizzle over a serving plate. Then place each piece of salmon onto extra virgin olive oil. Once all salmon is arranged onto serving platter drizzle with remaining extra virgin olive oil. If drizzling from bottle, go slowly and try to make sure each piece of salmon has some of the goodness! Squeeze lemon over salmon. Again, try to make sure each piece gets the lemony flavor. Sprinkle red onion and capers over plate. Sprinkle a very little bit of kosher salt and freshly cracked pepper. Refrigerate for at least an hour and serve family style. Garnish with chopped Italian parsley if using.
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When making any of our gluten-free recipes take care in reading the labels of any packaged or canned products. If there is a label on anything you are using, read it or ask to make sure that it is indeed gluten-free. Many products vary in ingredients from brand to brand. Some examples of this can be found when looking at the labels of soy sauce, mustard, distilled vinegar, and even chicken broth.