Grilled salmon with borlotti beans and ‘nduja


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Salmon and borlotti beans

Salsa verde

To begin, add the borlotti beans to a large pan with the shallot, garlic, carrot, celery and thyme, then cover with cold water. Bring to the boil then turn down the heat and simmer for 1 hour. Once the borlotti beans are ready, remove the pieces of shallot, celery and carrot and add the 'Nduja. Stir through until the mix has a soup-like consistency. Keep warm until ready to serve
For the salsa verde, cook 2 eggs until hard boiled, peel and remove the yolk. Soak the stale bread in the white wine vinegar for 30 minutes. Meanwhile, and one at a time, finely chop all of the ingredients, including the egg whites. Add to a bowl and mix until combined
Add the olive oil and stir through. The sauce will keep for 24-48 hours in the fridge, but is best served fresh
  • 500ml of olive oil
Once ready to serve, season the salmon with salt and pepper. Grill the salmon inside the Josper or under a very hot grill for a couple of minutes on each side. If using a Josper, ensure it is preheated to 350˚C
Place the salmon onto plates and spoon the borlotti beans with 'Nduja around and over the top of the fish. Add a spoonful of salsa verde to each plate and garnish with chervil before serving
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