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Snack Time – Smoked Salmon Pâté

April 11th, 2013 at Thu, 11th, 2013 at 3:51 pm by Lisa - Gluten Free Foodie

Seasoned Smoked Salmon

Smoked Salmon Pate is a favorite around our house. So easy to make and it is a perfect snack to serve with Gluten Free crackers or fresh Gluten Free bread.  Break up some of your favorite Smoked Salmon and make sure it is Gluten Free.  Some Smoked Salmons may use soy sauce as a seasoning, caramel coloring or gluten containing seasonings.  Please read the label carefully and when all else fails, call the company and ask! Thank goodness most companies add – Gluten Free right on the label to make it super easy for us to feel safe to eat and serve. You will need just a few ingredients for this very easy recipe.

Smoked Salmon Pate 

1 cup Gluten Free Smoked Salmon – broken up, into small pieces and de-boned

1 – 8 ounce package of your favorite cream cheese

1-2  TBS Tabasco sauce – make it as spicy as you like

1 TBS Mayonaise

1 TBS chives dried or fresh

1 TBS lemon juice

1 large clove chopped garlic

1 tsp dill dried or fresh

1 half chopped red onion

Add all of the ingredients to your food processor and pulse until all the ingredients are incorporated and smooth.

Put the Smoked Salmon Pate into a bowl with a tight sealing lid.

Chill for 30 minutes to one hour in the refrigerator.

As I always say … let it meld! 

Serve Smoked Salmon Pate your favorite vegetables – carrots, celery, snap pea pods or with non-flavored Gluten Free crackers.  This is a nice snack to serve in the evening with drinks while dinner is cooking in the oven. It also makes a great snack mid-afternoon with a light salad and a crusty Gluten Free roll.  This recipe can be stored in the refrigerator in a bowl with a tight sealing lid for 2-3 days. If you are having a party I highly recommend making it the day before so it has time to meld.

Making Smoked Salmon Pate

 

P.S. As soon as I made this everyone ate it before I could get another pretty picture of it served on the bread and crackers.  Yes … it is that good! You may want to make extra!  As soon as I get more Smoked Salmon and make more I will be sure to take picture before letting anyone gets the first bite.  Stay tuned …

Salud!

Lisa

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