How To Make Smoked Salmon Spread

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The smoked salmon spread is a cheese-filled way of making your smoked salmon easy-to-use and easy to spread on any bread, toast, or more. In spread form, your smoked salmon will not only last for a while, but it’ll also be available in a ready-to-use form. Moreover, the smoked salmon in here is can easily be substituted for salmon flakes or lox.

Smoked salmon spread in a bowl with a bruschetta and a plate of bruschetta and cucumber slices

How To Make Smoked Salmon Spread?

With two of its most basic ingredients being cream cheese and smoked salmon, the spread has a thick, almost solid consistency. Owing to this, the salmon spread can also be used as a dip. It is an ideal option to consider when entertaining guests or hosting a party. On second thought, you might want to save some for yourself beforehand!

If you have given this spread a try already, ’tis the season. Here is a simple recipe you can make your new favorite holiday dip-and-spread. But if you ask us, it works great all year round.

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Smoked Salmon Spread

The smoked salmon spread combines the smoked flavor of salmon with the creaminess of the cheese. While cold-smoked salmon would add to the flavor, you can always opt for hot-smoked salmon, or even lox if you prefer more body to the fish or more briny flavor.
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Course: Dip/ Salad Dressing/ Sauce
Cuisine: American
Keyword: smoked salmon spread, cream cheese, smoked salmon
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes
Servings: 1 bowl
Author: Prachee

Ingredients

  • 5 oz smoked salmon
  • 1 block cream cheese
  • 1 tbsp greek yogurt
  • 1.5 tbsp sour cream
  • 1 cup scallion chopped
  • 1 cup dill roughly chopped
  • paprika
  • black pepper freshly cracked
  • parsley to garnish, optional

Instructions

  • Add cream cheese, greek yogurt, sour cream, and smoked salmon to the food processor. Pulse it until lightly blended.
  • Bring this all together again with a spoon, and to this, add 3/4th of the dill, and the scallions. Add freshly cracked black pepper and paprika as per your taste. Pulse this mixture in the food processor until you achieve a well-blended consistency. Do not let it turn too smooth if you want to use it as a dip as well.
  • Mix the 1/4th dill manually, garnish with parsley. Serve as a spread or dip with toasts, bread, crackers, or dig in with a spoon if the cream cheese-smoked salmon combination is too irresistible for you.

Notes

You can adjust the quantities of ingredients as per your taste. As smoked salmon tends to be a bit too salty already, there is no need to add salt. If you need a flavor punch, try adding rosemary, thyme, or garlic powder.

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Prachee is a content writer for Organic Facts and is responsible for writing on the latest wellness trends. A former Journalism & Media teacher, she prides herself on being able to seamlessly dabble between health, science, and technology. She has completed her Masters in Communication Studies from the University of Pune, India as well as an online course on “Introduction to Food and Health” from Stanford University, US. Prachee fancies herself to be a poet and a cook when the rare lightning of inspiration strikes.

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