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Smoked Salmon Spread

Super simple smoked salmon spread - this is part 2 of the tutorial.

The link to Part 1


This spread is served with a wedge of lemon and some buttered toast quarters.

A very tasty smoked salmon appetizer.

Take a small handful of parsley.

I use the whole stem, stalks and all.

Parsley is good with smoked salmon - it's good with any fish to be honest.


Chop the parsley finely.

You can use a knife or a chopper and board as I do.

If you chop finely, then it doesn't matter about having stalks in your spread.

Put the smoked salmon, cream cheese, parsley, about a tablespoon of fresh lemon juice and a few twists of black pepper into a food processor.

Taste and adjust the seasoning after blending.

Whizz the spread for a few seconds until it is smooth.

Don't have to worry about blending it totally smooth, just chop it up so that it's got some chunks in.

Turn the spread into a dish and chill in the fridge for about 30 minutes.

If you haven't a processor, then you can chop and mix by hand.

Smoked salmon is quite a soft fish and will blend easily.

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Smoked Salmon Spread





By , Mar 26, 2016



Smoked Salmon Pate



Smoked Salmon pate is a gorgeous, tasty appetizer or snack - great as a sandwich filling or on toast. Simple to make and illustrated with step by step photos - follow along.





Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook time: 0 minutes

Yield: 4

Main Ingredient: smoked salmon, cream cheese


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