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Smokes Salmon and Cream Cheese Canape

Smokes Salmon and Cream Cheese Canape

Mamta Gupta

These are easy to make, delicious canape to serve with drinks. Here I have used cream cheese but if you don't have cream cheese, grind some paneer and add a little lemon juice and salt to it. Makes enough for about 6 people.


  • 1 packet smoked salmon slices (about 200 gm.)

  • 6 slices of bread, here I have used home made turmeric bread. Or use slices of a baguette or a packet of blinis

  • For Cream Cheese Topping

  • One 200 gm. tub of cream cheese

  • A small bunch of fresh Dill*. I have used 1.5 teaspoon of dry dill in this picture

  • Juice and fine zest of 1 lemon

  • Freshly ground black pepper (optional)

  • * You can use finely chopped chives or red onions instead of dill


  1. Cut bread slices into small circles using a pastry cutter.

  2. Toast in a cool oven, say 150C, for about half an hour or longer. This makes them crisp, without browning or burning them.

  3. Mix all topping ingredients in a bowl.

  4. Spoon equally onto each bread circle and spread roughly.

  5. Top with a small piece of salmon. Cover platter with cling film and chill. If you do not cover them, the bread gets soft.


  • Canape are small bites of food on crackers or slices of toast. You can use other fish or vegetarian toppings.

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