Not Your Average College Food

Smoked Salmon & Cream Cheese Crackers

Appetizers, Vegetarian | May 24, 2014 | By

The best bagel I have ever had is the classic lox and cream cheese bagel (which I didn’t even know was called that until this year). Lox is actually just another name for smoked salmon fillet. It is part of traditional Jewish cuisine and is very popular in New York. Our bagel shop on campus has a variation of it called “the Nova Bagel,” that includes tomato, lettuce, and onion which is my absolute favorite.

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At home, my mom and I made a variation of this delicious bagel in appetizer form. It can actually serve as a simple snack or appetizer or if you eat a lot of them like I usually do, it can even be considered lunch! They’re very easy to assemble so you can entertain your guests with an entire plate of them.

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These delicious crackers are a healthier version of the lox and cream cheese bagel since there are less carbs. It’s also more fun to eat since the crackers are small and allows for easier portion control. The honey mustard sauce is the best part, making the snack irresistible!

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SMOKED SALMON & CREAM CHEESE CRACKERS
(makes 5)

Ingredients
5 crackers (I used Carr’s)
Plain cream cheese
5 smoked salmon fillet pieces
Honey mustard-Dill sauce (you can either buy this in store or make from scratch)
5 pieces of fresh dill

Directions
Using a knife, smear desired amount of cream cheese onto one side of a cracker.

Place a small slice of smoked salmon on top.

Add several drops of the honey mustard-dill sauce on the salmon.

Top with a small piece of dill.

Comments

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    Greg
    May 6, 2016

    This looks great! I’m going to be trying your recipe this weekend for Mother’s Day. It looks extremely yummy and can’t wait to try it myself. Just hope I can find everything at the local Raley’s.

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    Greg Hiroshima
    May 10, 2016

    Just wanted to let you know that your recipe was one of the big hits of our Mother’s Day brunch. I was smelling that fresh dill on my hands for the next day or two but it was totally worth it. Thanks for the cool post and the great pictures.

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      Emily
      May 10, 2016

      Thanks Greg, so glad they were a huge hit!! I had a huge salmon and cream cheese phase and am still obsessed :)

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