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
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
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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