Capture the character of coastal living with these popular seafood appetizer recipes. Rich in flavor, salmon appetizers make a splash at any party. From salmon-cream-cheese spread to smoked-salmon bites, these easy salmon appetizer recipes take just minutes to prepare.See Popular Salmon Appetizers Recipes
Try this salmon appetizer recipe from Betty Crocker.
Thomas Keller's salmon cornets (tuiles shaped into tiny cones and topped with creme fraiche and fresh salmon) are a famous kickoff to his luxe and whimsical meals. The original recipe appears in The French Laundry Cookbook (Artisan). Shaping the tuiles into cones is tricky and involves working very quickly with a cornet mold. Instead, leave the tuiles flat, like crackers. Top them with store-bought smoked salmon and creme fraiche.
Salmon trout has a mild, delicate taste, but regular salmon is also delicious in this bright-flavored tartare.
Add a bold splash of color to this savory cheesecake with red caviar, chopped red bell pepper or chopped seeded tomatoes. This fabulous appetizer can be made up to 48 hours ahead of time.
In less than 30 minutes, you can make elegant smoked salmon snacks for any special gathering.
No last-minute hassles here! The make-ahead mixture for these potato-topped pastries can be frozen up to one month.
Cheddar and cream cheeses blend with salmon and dill weed to fill these crisp pastry appetizers.
This chilled salmon appetizer looks a little like sushi.
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No smoked salmon on hand? Use drained canned tuna instead.
Serve this beautiful salmon when entertaining. Plan ahead--this recipe needs 48 hours to chill.
Create a tantalizing meal on a stick when you skewer and grill salmon and scallops--two favorites from the sea.
Guests love this appetizer because they can garnish the salmon as they please.