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 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.
Recipe by: wahine
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.
Recipe by: Lucie
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.
Recipe by: MelissaReNae
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.
Recipe by: Gilles
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.
Recipe by: Capucine
This quick and easy party nibble is moreish, delicious and economical. You can use smoked salmon trimmings to save money.
Recipe by: DEBNJAMES
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.
Recipe by: SHIHO
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.
Recipe by: MC
This is a wonderful French starter that's packed full of flavour. Ramekins are filled with smoked salmon, horseradish cream and whole eggs. They are then gently cooked in a water bath.
Recipe by: matoutina
A super canapé for an elegant brunch or dinner party. Light buckwheat blinis are topped with a classic combo of smoked salmon, soured cream and fresh dill. You need start the blinis early because they need a few hours to rise.
Recipe by: KarlHeinz