Smoked salmon makes an elegant starter for Christmas dinner or a special meal. From smoked salmon and fennel salad to smoked salmon cheesecake - you're sure to find plenty of inspiration for smoked salmon starters.
This kind of came together by experimenting around Christmas time with smoked salmon - it worked out so well, I serve it quite alot now on other special occasions.
This is a delicious lower-fat version of smoked salmon cream cheese spread. With lemon, capers, dill and chives it is bound to be a crowd-pleasing nibble. Serve with crackers or toasted baguette.
This spread is a delicious combination of cream cheese, smoked salmon and dill. Serve with crackers, crostini or crusty bread. For additional flavour, add some capers.
A sophisticated appetiser, which is quick and easy to make. A delicious goat cheese and smoked salmon mousse is spread between layers of crackers and served.
This is a winning combination of foods! If you love salmon and pizza, you're sure to love this. Cut into squares for an easy party nibble, or enjoy as a main with a green salad.
A crepe filled with smoked salmon and a herby creamy spread is rolled up and sliced - perfect for Christmas parties or your next cocktail party. I usually use buckwheat pancake mix (see notes for recipe link) as they have a stronger nuttier flavour.
A tartine is a French open-faced sandwich with a fancy topping. Baguette slices are topped with cream cheese, smoked salmon and cucumber. Simple and delicious. These do well as party nibbles.
This quick and easy party nibble is moreish, delicious and economical. You can use smoked salmon trimmings to save money.
A simple, elegant and delicious starter. Sliced baby fennel is marinated in seasoned lemon juice, then served with smoked salmon. This dish is perfect for dinner parties.
Homemade pasta is stuffed with a smoked salmon mousse-like filling, then cut into ravioli. They are then served on a pool of creamy cheese sauce. You can increase the portion size for a main course.