Solomon Gundy Dip
Solomon Grundy makes use of the herrings small flakes of meat;this creamy flesh works beautifully in a pâté blended with key Jamaican flavours such as bird peppers, and served on crackers. We particularly like this pâté in that it is not just healthy but follows our policy of only using fish that is from sustainable fish stocks.
The term Solomon Grundy comes from the English word salmagundi which refers to a salad that uses lots of things, subsequently phonetically evolving into the Solomon Grundy of nursery rhyme fame as the rhyme grew in popularity.
- 4 tablespoons of plain cream cheese
- 1 tablespoon flaked herrings solomon gundy
- Juice of ½ a lime
- Fresh Parsley (garnish)
- 1 ripe Hass avocados sliced and pitted lengthwise
- This recipe has been added courtesy of Carla Cancio-Bello - cuban cuisine.co.uk. Unfortunately, as of February 2019 the website is no longer in existence.
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