Smoked Salmon Light Mousse

For smoked salmon lovers, this recipe is light and delicious. And so easy as salmon is just combined with cream cheese and a bit of whipped cream.

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Looking for a festive recipe not too complicated nor long to prepare? Then this recipe is for you.

All you need is to make a chantilly with whipped creem, gently combine it with grind smoked salmon. Then season and add more salmon cut in small cubes to give texture to the rpeparation. We don’t want it to be too smooth.

The most important is to choose a good quality smoked salmon.

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Smoked Salmon Light Mousse

For smoked salmon lovers, this recipe is light and delicious. And so easy as salmon is just combined with cream cheese and a bit of whipped cream.. Grind part if smoked salmon and combine with cream cheese. Add whipped cream and diced salmon.
Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: French
Occasion: Christmas, Fancy dinners
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
Portions: 6
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Ingredients

  • 160 gr smoked salmon
  • 120 gr cream cheese such as Philadelphia or the French Saint Morêt
  • 10 to 15 cl heavy whipping cream  or 2 large tablespoons whipped cream
  • 1 tbsp lemon juice
  • 1 pinch piment d'Espelette pepper or Cayenne pepper

Instructions

  • Grind 120 gr of smoked salmon and mix it with the cream cheese.
  • Add the Espelette pepper (or the spice you like) and lemon. Taste and adjust the seasoning.
  • Whip the cold whipping cream. We only need 2 large tablespoons of whipped cream (or more if you prefer a smooth light airy texture for your mousse.
  • Finally cut the rest of the smoked salmon into small cubes and mix them with the preparation.

Notes

Serve on toast or as one of the ingredients for other appetizer preparations.
If needed, please refer to the conversion and measures article here
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Bon appétit !

Smoked salmon light mousse
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