Top Rated Smoked Salmon Recipes

Smoked salmon, leeks, and chèvre make a remarkable combination. Serve frittata this with chilled Champagne. It’s refreshing and delicious. Santé!
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Smoked Salmon Cheese Balls
This salmon spread is a very affordable crowd-pleaser served with crackers, flatbread, or pita chips. Click here to see 15 Great Salmon Recipes That Won't Make You Yawn.
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Smoked Salmon Deviled Eggs Recipe
Generally speaking, I feel the same way about salmon that I do about eggplant: lukewarm. Smoked salmon, however, is the exception. Mixing it in with the deviled eggs makes a unique cocktail hors d'oeuvre for the holidays. Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Salmon 8 Ways. 
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If you're looking to spice up your thin-crust pizza, you'll love this variation on the classic pizza recipe that uses garlicky Boursin cheese and smoked salmon. 
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Mix smoked salmon and the flavors of your favorite everything bagel in an easy pierogie. Recipe courtesy of Mrs. T's Pierogies
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These tiny, savory Blini (Russian pancakes) are topped with sour cream, salmon and fresh herbs. Olga, at Olga's Flavor Factory, suggests topping off the blini with caviar for an even more traditional approach.
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If you enjoy smoked foods this is a great do-ahead recipe for brunch, appetizer, party dip, or late night snack.  Try in a grill cheese, on a bagel, with your favorite crackers, or just eat it with a spoon.  You can substitute halibut, bluefish, or trout for the salmon or even corn for those vegetarians (smoke the cob whole and then cut off the corn).  Be sure to adjust the brine time and cooking/smoking time based on the item smoked.  The process takes time but it is definitely worth it.  Enjoy. P.S. This recipe makes alot, but remember leftovers are a good thing. 
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Lightly Smoked Salmon
OK, this salmon isn't really lightly smoked (there's not even wood chips involved in this recipe), but doesn't it just bother you when someone says grilled salmon and it really was sitting on top of a piece of aluminum foil? Maybe it's just me, but I hope you don't hold it against me for using the term here, because in essence, that's what happened to this salmon. The open flames of the grill may not have touched the salmon directly, but they created enough smoke to slowly and tenderly cook the fillet so that it turns out moist and flavorful. Click here to see 8 Great Salmon Recipes.
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Ingredients: - baguette - 4 slices - extra virgin olive oil - 2 tbsp - eggs - 4 - milk - 5 tbsp - butter - 2 tbsp - salt - to taste - freshly ground black pepper - to taste - smoked salmon - 4 slices - finely chopped green onion - 2 tbsp Instructions: Preheat oven to 400 C. Put baguette slices on a backing sheet and drizzle with an olive oil. Bake 5-7 min, or until golden brown. Then transfer on a plate and cover each bread slice with a smoked salmon. Crack the eggs into a medium bowl and beat them until they turn a pale yellow color. Add the milk and season to taste with salt and  pepper, whisk until incorporate. In a heavy sauce pan melt a butter, pour in eggs. Do not whisk, let the eggs cook for up to a minute. Then grab your whisker and start to stir constantly until egg pieces become firm but still a little bit moist. Using a spoon set the scrambled eggs on a bread with a salmon slices, top with a green onion. http://divinecusine.com/?p=491
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An easy-to-assemble appetizer that is wonderful served both at evening cocktail parties, or for mid-day feasts. You can make the dressing in advance to save time the day of your event.
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Quiche is among my favorites of French cuisine, and that's a pretty tough statement for me to make. My boys love quiche and from the old saying "real men don't eat quiche," they started calling it man pie, which is a little strange but funny at the same time.
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I love how this grown-up egg salad is beautifully contained by the Scottish smoked salmon wrapper and sandwiched with pumpernickel on the top and bottom. Cold-smoked salmon makes an excellent substitute for the Scottish and is available in most supermarkets. Both of these are a good choice because of their mild fish flavor. Also note that no salt is needed, as the salmon already has plenty to share. These mini meals are remarkably adaptable, delicious for breakfast, lunch, or as part of a buffet. Serve with a green salad and a light dressing for a refreshingly complete meal. Click here to see more recipes for your cupcake pan. 
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