Are you on the lookout for a quick, tasty, and healthy appetizer option? This 3 ingredients salmon cream cheese dip may be just what you are looking for.
This healthy and tasty salmon dip with cream cheese and scallions is such a straightforward recipe that you can whizz up in a flash.
Other delicious and easy-to-make appetizers are The BEST Stuffed Mushrooms With Cream Cheese and Easy Baked Brie Cheese Recipe (With 2 Ingredient Dinner Rolls).
For this quick and easy recipe, I used a can of pink salmon. I chopped up the scallions/spring onions finely and finally mixed it with the cream cheese and canned salmon.
Make sure to remove any visible bones. Season the mixture with salt, and freshly ground pepper. I use a fork to achieve a nice, smooth texture.
Not only is this tasty salmon dip great with crackers and raw vegetables. I also serve it as finger food on slices of baguette bread.
Another way is to cut out round slices of bread, spread the dip on, and garnish with some parsley and a piece of tomato. So delicious.
However you like to serve this simple appetizer dish, it will always impress your family and friends.
Put this recipe on your to-make list for your next party, gathering, or any other special occasion.
3 Ingredient Salmon Cream Cheese Dip
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Easy Salmon Cream Cheese Dip
- 1 Mixing bowl
- 1 fork for mixing
- 2 scallions/spring onions
- 125 grams cream cheese at room temperature
- 1 can pink salmon
- salt and pepper to taste
- Open the can and discard the liquid. Put the salmon into the bowl. Remove all visible bones.
- Chop the scallions finely. Add them together with the cream cheese to the salmon.
- Season with salt and pepper. Mix with a fork until you get a smooth consistency.
- Spread onto a slice of bread or enjoy as a dip with crackers and raw vegetables.
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