Recipe: Salmon Bruschetta
Appetizer over dessert any day. I happen to like bruschetta a lot & I decided to make one when I bought a can of Alaskan salmon. Sadly, the texture was like tuna but it tasted fine & I had to make do with whatever ingredients I had that (I think) would work. Lucky for me it did! This is my own version of a simple Salmon Bruschetta. Finger food for those parties where you need to have something that goes with a drink or simply an appetizer for those special lunches & dinners.
- French baguette
- Olive oil
- Garlic cloves
- Onions (diced & sauteed)
- Salmon (filleted kind is better I think)
- Cream cheese/Quickmelt or cheese of choice (Brie is highly recommended)
- Salt & pepper
- Basil/parsley/herb of choice (I used Italian dressing)
- Cut the baguette. Rub a clove of garlic on both sides & drizzle some olive oil. Toast the bread for 2-3 minutes.
- Mix in the cheese with the sauteed onion, salt & pepper. Spread on top of the bread or toast again if using Quickmelt.
- Place salmon flakes atop, add olives & herb.
- Serve on a tray or platter. Perfect for parties & little get togethers with drinks!
With Quickmelt cheese
With herbed cream cheese