Salmon Pate

Salmon Pate created by _Pixie_

This is always a hit . The horseradish gives it a nice tang. Use less if not a big fan of horseradish.This is from Company's Coming with a few adaptations.Serve with crackers.

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  • Mash cream cheese with onion and lemon juice.
  • Mix in liquid smoke.
  • Drain salmon and remove dark skin and bones.
  • Add horseradish and mix well.
  • Chill for several hours.
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"This is always a hit . The horseradish gives it a nice tang. Use less if not a big fan of horseradish.This is from Company's Coming with a few adaptations.Serve with crackers."
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  1. angeli1
    Make sure to strongly squeeze the liquid from the salmon and it has a stiffer consistency.
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  2. _Pixie_
    Salmon Pate Created by _Pixie_
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  3. _Pixie_
    I really like the flavour of this but I was somehow expecting it to be more solid. It seemed more like a dip than a pate to me, even after several hours refrigeration. I ended up serving it as a dip and it was very well received.
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  4. CountryLady
    Since I made this on the spur of the moment, I didn't have liquid smoke but it was good anyway. Next time, I'll have all the ingredients & it will be great! — posted Dec 29, 2002,1 member found this helpful I've made this several times since my original 4 star rating but kept "forgetting" to come back & upgrade to 5 stars! The addition of hickory flavoured liquid smoke is responsilble for that change. Thanx again Kate!
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  5. Kate in Ontario
    This is always a hit . The horseradish gives it a nice tang. Use less if not a big fan of horseradish.This is from Company's Coming with a few adaptations.Serve with crackers.
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