It doesn’t get much tastier than smoked salmon recipes. The flaky, rich tastes of smoked salmon will keep you coming back to make it again and again. You can even make smoked salmon without a smoker at home. Your grill will work just fine! You can also use your oven.
We’ve compiled the following recipes with smoked salmon to make this dish an easy choice. There are many ways to make it, and they’re all super tasty.
Whether you’re smoking meat with your family for Sunday dinner or entertaining guests, you’ll find a recipe that calls to you. Salmon is a very versatile fish that makes it delicious and simple.
If you’re a beginner with smoking fish, no worries. Many of these recipes are beginner-friendly, and you won’t have to worry about messing them up.
Plus, the ingredients are simple. You probably already have many of them in your kitchen!
Each recipe also guides you through what to do for the most perfect salmon recipe. You’ll have it on the dinner table in no time. Grab a fork, and enjoy!
Want to make a recipe using smoked salmon that’s full of flavor? Look no further than this rich, flavorful fillet recipe that uses paste as a seasoning.
Wood chips, fresh dill, sweet-hot mustard, lemon juice, and salt create an incredible smoky marinade. You won’t be able to stop thinking about the taste!
Once you’ve closed the lid on the grill, cook until the fish flakes easily with a fork — or until it’s reached the level of doneness you like. It shouldn’t take more than about 35 minutes to cook.
Smoky salmon and eggs — what more could you want?
This simple smoked salmon recipe idea is perfect for a relaxed, cozy breakfast at home. The recipe mentions Mother’s Day, but you can make it for any special occasion.
Fresh chives and spring onions are the “secret” ingredients that boost the flavor.
Plus, you can’t go wrong with scrambled eggs. The salmon and vegetables just complete the perfect for an absolutely delicious meal.
After you’ve added the eggs to your mixing bowl, combine with milk and seasoning, then whisk everything until it’s pale yellow.
This is a fun recipe that the entire family will enjoy making.
If you love a savory scone with your morning coffee (or any time), you’re not alone!
We love this smoked salmon and dill scone recipe because it’s so easy and tasty.
Since you use white whole-wheat flour, this recipe provides some extra fiber for gut health. It’s also rich in protein with the smoky salmon addition.
You can enjoy these for breakfast, brunch, or with dinner. (Or have them as a snack — we’re not judging!)
To keep things clean during recipe rep, add a layer of cooking foil on your baking sheet before spraying the cooking spray. You won’t have to worry about scrubbing your baking sheet after.
Cheese, potatoes, and salmon — the perfect combination of comfort foods in one! It’s the smoked salmon meal you won’t forget.
Besides the cheese, the richness of this dish comes from butter, sour cream, and pure cream.
And, can you guess the secret ingredient here? We’ll tell you: it’s nutmeg. This spice combined with garlic and onion adds a unique flavor you’ll love.
Although this recipe is easy, you’ll need to allow for some cooking time. The gratin bakes for an hour and 25 minutes, then you’ll remove the foil and paper before baking 25-30 minutes more.
If you think “sushi” means hard and complicated, this recipe will prove you wrong. It’s a super simple way to make sushi rolls!
However, you will need to soak the rice for four hours first. Just remember to put the rice in some water, and the actual recipe goes quickly after that.
After cooking the rice and adding the vinegar, you’ll need to spread it on a plate until it’s entirely cool. Next, you’ll prep and roll until you have delicious sushi rolls to enjoy.
Not only is this dish tasty, but it’s also colorful and pretty! Plus, you’ll have dinner ready within minutes.
Want to save on cooking time? Buy your smoked salmon pre-prepared. You won’t have to do the smoking first. You’ll simply chop the fish and add it to the recipe.
The whole family will love this fishy dish with salmon, peas, scrambled eggs, and long-grain white rice.
And did we mention it only takes 35 minutes total to have on the table? That’s our idea of the perfect salmon dish.
This is a healthy, incredibly delicious take on a class New York salmon bagel sandwich.
Instead of the bagel, you’ll enjoy smoked salmon tomato, onion, capers, and mixed baby greens on whole-wheat toast.
And trust us: you won’t miss the bagel.
You can quickly make this sandwich every day if you’d like. Have it for breakfast, lunch, or a light dinner.
If you want a cheaper option, you can even swap out meats on this sandwich. Use turkey, tuna, or ham in place of the salmon at any time.
You can enjoy this salmon dip in many different ways.
In a party setting, you might serve it with crackers or freshly-cut veggies. Or maybe you put it on a toasted bagel or between two layers of bread.
It’s up to you, but there’s no doubt that you’ll love this one. It’s at the top of the list for smoked salmon dishes.
You can also make this dip a few days before enjoying it. It will be just as tasty — just make sure you store it in the refrigerator.
For this salmon dip, you’ll need cream cheese, sour cream, lemon juice, mayonnaise, capers, and Tabasco. Combine everything in a food processor. Add the salmon, dill, and chives — and you’re done!
Want a salmon salad recipe that’s healthy without tasting healthy? This salad will do the trick.
Smoked salmon, avocado, feta cheese, cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, and a tasty Dijon honey vinaigrette make this a guaranteed crowd-pleaser. And don’t forget the fresh dill and pomegranate seeds.
If you want to eat healthier but don’t normally like salads, this recipe will pleasantly surprise you. It’s the perfect dish for salad-haters because it’s so delicious.
The recipe calls for spring greens as the base, but you can use whatever greens you prefer.
Get your dose of healthy salmon with one of the best comfort foods: pasta! If you’re looking for things to do with smoked salmon, this is a fantastic choice.
This dish combines spaghetti pasta, smoked salmon, white wine, olive oil, cream, lemon, garlic, shallots, parsley, and pine nuts.
To get the best taste, you’ll want to toast the pine nuts before cooking everything. Thankfully, it’s easy. Just put them in a skillet on medium, stirring occasionally until lightly browned.
You can also customize this recipe to your liking. Change the amount of wine or cream. Add veggies. If you don’t want to deal with toasting the pine nuts, you can leave them out.
Fish cakes are delightful for their flaky, crunchy textures. And these smoked salmon patties don’t disappoint.
Salmon, Parmesan cheese, dill, breadcrumbs, mayo, Dijon mustard, onion, and garlic are the perfect ingredients for tasty fish cakes.
You can also make them in a snap. All you have to do is combine all of the ingredients, shape them into cakes, and cook for 2-3 minutes per side in a little oil. Be careful not to flip them more than once, though.
These go well with dill mayo or fresh lemon wedges. Everyone will love them!
Need a new healthy brunch recipe to make at home? This recipe fits the bill.
The best part about this salmon tart is that you can customize it to meet your preferences.
If you don’t like an ingredient, you don’t have to add it. And if you’re prefer something else as the topping, feel free to get creative. But we bet you won’t want to change the puff pasty part with the everything seasoning border!
After the pastry has been baked, remember to cover it with delicious whipped cream cheese. You’ll love every bite.
Chowders are the perfect cozy comfort food. When you make this salmon chowder, you’ll feel like you’re kicking back with a bowl on a rainy Seattle day.
This smoked salmon chowder includes potatoes, capers, and cream cheese. It thickens naturally from the starchiness of the potatoes, meaning you can eat this if you’re gluten-free!
Be sure to finely chop the onions and celery. You want them to easily blend into the buttery, cream soup base. To add an extra sprig of green among the other spices, top the chowder with fresh chives or dill!
Ready for a salmon recipe that you can make pronto? Look no further — you can make this beauty in five minutes or less!
The best part is that it’s a sure party-pleaser to impress your guests. You can even make it up to three days ahead of an event.
You can serve this delectable mousse with crackers, cucumbers, carrots, or chips. Add it to a bowl for everyone to enjoy.
Since all you have to do is combine everything in a food processor, you’ll have this ready to go within moments.
Salmon crostinis, anyone? This is sure to satisfy your appetite.
This crostini contains salmon, ricotta cheese, lemon juice, and chopped fresh herbs. After letting the mixture chill, you’ll serve it on a lightly oven-toasted baguette.
Be sure to use fresh herbs for this recipe. Rinse and chop them finely right before serving, otherwise, they’ll get too wilty and brown.
Wild-caught smoked salmon is best for this dish, but any will work.
Enjoy these for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or any special gathering you have planned.
Here’s an appetizer that looks and tastes fancy while being super easy to make. If you’re wondering how to serve smoked salmon, just make these appetizers.
It’s also perfect for a party because you can make it ahead, transport it easily, and serve it at room temperature.
The recipe makes 49 total smoked salmon bites. You can increase the servings by doubling (or tripling for a huge gathering!).
The secret to making this easy appetizer is soft tortillas or flatbread. It saves a lot of time, and the dish still seems high-scale and elegant.
Doesn’t this one just sound fancy and delicious? Your family or guests will definitely agree.
Crème fraîche is a specialty soured cream. If you don’t have access to it, you can sub in normal sour cream. Either will pair perfectly with the smoked salmon.
Keep in mind that you’ll want to combine the crème fraîche, lemon juice, and lemon peel ahead of time. You can prep it up to one day before — just keep it chilled.
Serve with quartered slices of multi-grain, wheat, or other dark bread.
When you’re not sure what to do with smoked salmon or are tired of “boring” recipes, this one is sure to mix things up.
- 2 tbsps brown sugar
- 1 salmon fillet
- 2 tsp salt
- 1/2 tsp pepper
- 2 tbsps liquid smoke
1. Coat an 11x7 baking pan with cooking spray.
2. Place the salmon on the pan, skin side down.
Sprinkle brown sugar, salt, and pepper over the salmon, then drizzle with liquid smoke. Cover the pan, and refrigerate for 4-8 hours.
3. Drain liquid from the salmon. Preheat the oven to 350°.
4. Bake salmon uncovered for 35-45 minutes or until the salmon flakes easily. Cool the fish to room temperature, then cover and refrigerate for 8 hours or overnight.
5. Serve with lemon slices and capers, if desired.