Salmon Sandwich Rolls (Done in 2 minutes)



These bite sized light sandwiches are such a delicate snack or great addition to eat alongside any soup or salad. I had this a few weeks ago with a squash soup. Really light and delicious. All six of these little rolls were made from one slice of bread. Try it for yourself; and feel free to add another meat like turkey, ham, salami, mortadella, pastrami etc. The salmon I used for mine was smoked salmon, though it looks raw it isn't.


Salmon Sandwich Rolls
Servings: 4 Servings
Prep Time: 2 Minutes
Total Time: 2 Minutes
Source: Elise Jackson

Ingredients
1 pack hand sliced fresh smoked salmon (Pat them dry with a paper towel)
1/2 cup cream cheese (at room temperature)
2 tbsp chives
4 slices bread
pinch salt

Directions:
Dice your chives into small pieces and mix it in well with the cream cheese and salt. Set aside.

Take your bread slices and cut off the crust, Using a rolling pin or a bottle if you don't have one. Roll out your bread until it is flat. And now spread a thick layer of the cream cheese mixture onto your bread and add on top of that the salmon slices. Carefully roll the sandwich together as you would do in making a wrap or burrito.

wrap the sandwich individually in plastic wrap and refrigerate for about 1 hour. After an hour remove it from the fridge and slice it into 1/2 inch pieces, creating the rolls. Once roll should give you about 6 pieces.

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