Salmon Appetizer Bread Recipe
Try this salmon appetizer bread recipe either as an hors d'oeuvres or as a starting course. It is made with fresh salmon fillet and can include various herbs depending on what you have available.
Savory breads such as this are known as cakes in France and they make very popular fare for casual cocktail parties. They can also be dolled up a bit and served in slices for a lovely and satisfying first course.
Serving Savory Breads
Just like other savory breads, this salmon appetizer bread recipe slices easily into bite sized cubes, making it a popular and easy appetizer recipe. Just serve on a platter with a few toothpicks - I promise they will be gobbled up.
However, my favorite way to serve this salmon appetizer bread recipe is as an entrée (starter course). Place a slice of bread on a bed of mixed baby greens, and add a few cruidtés and a slice of lemon or lime. A squirt of citrus really brings out the lovely taste of salmon and is all that is needed for a salad dressing.
Most savory bread recipes can be made a day in advance, wrapped well in plastic wrap, then refrigerated. Allow the bread to come to room temperature and slice just before serving for maximum enjoyment.
Cake au saumon
Preparation Time: 30 minutes
Makes one loaf of bread: approximately 12 starter course slices, or for an appetizer, about 100 bite-sized cubes.
Variations: Savory quick breads are very adaptable to your creative changes. Try using fresh goat cheese, throw in some chopped dried tomatoes, or use some smoked salmon as a replacement for part of the fresh salmon.
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