7 Reviews

I loved the horseradish bit of a kick in the cream cheese! Yum! I likes BK's idea of using cabiatta buns! Made for LBOB/Culinary Quest 2015

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Linky August 14, 2015

This was a wonderful birthday treat, I really enjoyed it. Thank you so much for sharing this quick and easy to make dish. Made exactly as written but I used minced lemongrass in place of the dill as I was out. The salmon was the star of the dish. I served it over a lightly toasted cabiatta bun. Can't wait to have this again. Made for Sweet December 2014.

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Baby Kato December 25, 2014

Yum indeed :) These are so easy and so delicious. I used my latest attempt to making a gluten free baguette which didn't turn out well as baguette but made nice crostini after toasting the slices in the oven. For the dill weed I used dry dill because I found that I had forgotten to buy fresh one. Next time I'll use the fresh one! This was a very nice dinner with some salad. Thanks for sharing!<br/>Made for Sweet December Game.

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Mia in Germany December 13, 2014

Yum! These were really good. Like twissis, I love the bagel and smoked salmon with red onions and capers and might try adding those next time too. But these were wonderful as is. Thanks for sharing this nice keeper, Kathy. Made for Sweet December tag..

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lazyme December 11, 2014

I am not sure how I missed this recipe during the Quest, but now it has been made for the Sweet December Tag Game. This recipe would be welcomed into every Icelandic home & some version of it is often eaten for breakfast, lunch, afternoon coffee or starter dinner courses. I halved this recipe for 2 of us using individual baguette rolls & sliced them the same as you would baguette bread. The recipe was otherwise made as written except that I also added 2-3 sml pieces of very thinly-sliced red onion plus a few capers atop the crostini. Eaten as a starter snack before a leftover meal, DH & I were very happy. Thx for sharing your recipe w/us, Agent Special K.

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twissis December 01, 2014

As I saw this recipe I knew that this was perfect for me as I had smoked salmon, horseraddish, cream cheese and fresh dill in the fridge. In the freezer I had the bread!<br/>In this way I managed to prepare this in a few minutes. Combined with some leftovers this made a wonderful surprise speedy dinner. Thanks a lot for this great recipe!

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awalde September 03, 2014

We love smoked salmon bagels and now we love this crostini. This an easy appetizer to make and it really makes a nice presentation. Next time, I may add additional prepared horseradish sauce to the cream cheese as I really love the taste. Made for PRMR, November, 2013.

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DailyInspiration December 01, 2013
Super Simple Smoked Salmon Crostini