Get ready for the opposite of complicated..
It’s the greatest little appetizer for any party. 3 ingredients, guys.
I tend to be a sceptic of canned food, but I used premium salmon and it was excellent! It can usually be found at most grocers. My thoughtful mama sent me a care package, including her salmon dip recipe! She’s been bringing it to parties and it’s always a hit. She’s quite the genius with food. Also, with solving all of your last minute “bring a snack” party invitations:)
Here’s the recipe. I just added the green onions for flare and flavor!
MAMA’S SALMON DIP
1 can salmon, drained (I think mine was 6oz. a bit larger than a tuna can)
1 package cream cheese, softened (8 oz)
2 green onion stalks,
chopped 1/4 tsp salt (+or-)
1/4 tsp pepper (+or-)
Soften the cream cheese for only 15-20 seconds – not completely. Smooth it out in a bowl and stir in the salmon and green onion. Sprinkle salt and pepper. Spread it all together and sprinkle a couple pieces of green onion on top for the pretties.
So, this can be made into a cheese ball, covered in plastic wrap and refrigerated overnight. OR just put it in a bowl as dip. I did the dip. It was spectacular.
Serve with your favorite cracker for a pre-dinner snack or party appetizer!
from my Tiny Kitchen,
2 thoughts on “Mama’s Salmon Dip”
Thank you for the honorable mention! Tip… I’ve used regular canned salmon in a pinch, but it just doesn’t compare to the premium Kirkland brand from Costco. Love you!
Costco has great stuff, thank you!