Any cocktail party or special holiday needs Salmon Crisp. A luscious salad of smoked salmon on top of a crispy water biscuit with nice and delicious decoration is too much for one tasty bite. What is greater about this Salmon Crisp is that it is not only perfect for parties and holidays, but also served as an appetizer at anytime. We get you covered today with our easy-to-do recipe to make this excellent dish.
Salmon Crisp Hors d’Oeuvres
Preparation time: 9 minutes
Type: Snack, appetizer
- Can be pre-prepare
- Better served cold
- Used in any parties and holidays (Easter, Christmas, Thanksgiving, etc)
- Warning: Fish allergy
- Water Biscuits
- 100g chopped Scottish smoked salmon
- 3 tablespoons of diced red onion
- ½ teaspoon of fresh lemon juice
- ¼ cup of small cut cucumber
- 1 medium lemon zest
- Chopped chives
- Fresh ground black pepper
Step 1- Onion Making
Prepare a bowl of water and dip onion into it for 15 minutes
Step 2- Mixing
Prepare a medium empty bowl. Put onion, cucumber, salmon, lemon juice, lemon zest, and salmon into it. Carefully mix them together
Step 3- Assembling
Equally put the mixture from step 2 onto every water biscuit. Garnish them with chives and black pepper
Step 4- The decisive step
Enjoy the delicious Salmon Crisp Hors d’Oeuvres (as many as you can)
- Smoked salmon: Provide dietary protein, which helps your tissues strong and healthy. Additionally, dietary protein contains a nutrient called amino acids that are good for your cells’ function. The results for lacking of protein from your diet are tissues breaking down, such as muscle tissue. In each 3-ounce serving of smoked salmon, there are 15.5 grams of protein, about 25 percent of required protein for a daily diet. Moreover, smoked salmon also contains fat, which your brain needs to function properly and prevent you from losing memory, depression, and even dementia. Eventually, it provides a rich source of necessary minerals, including iron. Having enough iron in your body will help blood cells carry oxygen to support your metabolism.
- Water biscuits: Supply your body with dietary fiber, whole grain, essential minerals, and vitamins. However, using too many biscuits will affect your health seriously.
- Lemon Juice: A great source of Vitamin C. One glass of lemon juice contains nearly 200 percent of daily vitamin C requirements. It helps create white blood cell, function your immune system, and prevent colds and flu.
- Cucumber: Provide water for your body, helps lower your blood pressure thanks to potassium, care your skin, prevent aging effect and cancer.