Enjoy Debbie Mclaughlin's Smoked Salmon Trout Salad With Groote Post's #Seasalter2021

Wednesday, 15 September, 2021
Groote Post Vineyards
Debbie McLaughlin, cordon bleu chef patron at Hilda’s Kitchen, the much-loved restaurant at Groote Post, has used her culinary creativity to devise a special seafood dish to perfectly complement Groote Post’s #Seasalter2021.

Smoked Salmon Trout And New Potato Salad

Ingredients
500g Peeled and cooked new potatoes
250g Smoked salmon trout
180g Mixed salad leaves
12 Thin green beans, blanched
2 Medium boiled eggs, peeled
2 Sliced chargrilled courgettes
100ml Darling Olives Extra Virgin Olive Oil
50ml Freshly squeezed lemon juice
1T Red wine vinegar
*Funky Ouma Sea Salt (Seasoning)
Freshly ground black pepper (Seasoning)

Method
Combine the olive oil, lemon juice, vinegar, Funky Ouma Sea Salt and pepper. Mix well. Pour over cooked new potatoes and adjust seasoning. Divide potatoes, green beans courgettes and eggs among four plates, top with mixed salad leaves and the smoked salmon trout. Drizzle with lemon mayonnaise dressing.

Lemon Mayonnaise Dressing

Ingredients
1 Egg yolk
Zest of one lemon
50ml Freshly squeezed lemon juice
100ml Mild oil
Funky Ouma Sea Salt (Seasoning)
Freshly ground black pepper (Seasoning)

Method
Place egg yolk, zest and juice of lemon, Funky Ouma Sea Salt, pepper in a food processor. Slowly add the oil. Adjust seasoning.

Enjoy With A Glass Of Groote Post Seasalter 2021
Seasalter is fast becoming Groote Post’s celebrated wine, with its West Coast saltiness and minerality from the nearby Atlantic. #Seasalter2021 is wonderfully expressive on the nose exuding fragrant guava and gooseberry nuanced by blackcurrant and citrus notes with subtle aromas of kelp and passionfruit. This complex and integrated nose follows through onto the palate with captivating yellow fruit and a zesty lime acidity with hints of fynbos, sea-breeze and a touch of oak. Rich layered and long, this subtly powerful blend is intense but not weighty: an elegant well-balanced wine showing typical Darling minerality, vibrant acidity and some leesy complexity before a saline finish.