Wine and food pairing with recipes of Bricks flavoured with olives and salmon

Find the best food and wine pairings with a recipe of Bricks flavoured with olives and salmon. The ingredients in this recipe are usually olive oil, potato, lemon, parsley, smoked salmon, heavy cream, dill, brick, green olive.

The best appellations to pair with a recipe of Bricks flavoured with olives and salmon

The wines that pair with a recipe of Bricks flavoured with olives and salmon

About Rich fish (salmon, tuna etc)

Fatty fish, also called "blue fish", are species rich in omega-3 and lipids, such as mackerel, sardines, salmon, anchovies, herring, trout, smoked eel or tuna. It is best to cook it gently and quickly, such as steaming or steaming it, or even eating it raw to get the most out of the benefits of fatty fish.

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Food and wine pairings with of Bricks flavoured with olives and salmon ingredients