smoked salmon recipes

21 Easy Smoked Salmon Recipes For Meal Prep!

Smoked salmon is a delicious product, but it’s also a vast category. Within the spectrum of smoked and cured salmon, you’ll find at least half a dozen varieties including Nova, Western, Eastern, Lox, Gravlax, Kippered, and pastrami-style. Before salmon is smoked, it is either dry or wet cured with salt, and sometimes sugar and spices too. Once smoked (either using a hot or cold smoking process), the salmon transforms into a smooth, silky fish with a subtle salty taste. Of course plenty of people enjoy smoked salmon on its own, but it’s even better when upgraded with crème fraîché, sliced red onions, capers, and dill. Here, we’re sharing 11 combinations of sometimes simple, sometimes spectacular, and always satisfactory smoked salmon recipes.

21. Smoked Salmon Carpaccio Recipe

 Smoked Salmon Carpaccio Recipe

Carpaccio is a dish that originated in Veneto, Italy. The original preparation consisted of thinly sliced raw beef slices served with lemon juice, olive oil and shaved parmesan. This variation that I have put together is inspired by traditional carpaccio but uses cold smoked salmon. To me, smoked salmon carpaccio is the ultimate spring or summer dish! In this recipe, smoked salmon gets lightly marinated in a lemony-shallot dressing then topped with crispy pan-fried capers, and garnished with fresh dill. You can then serve this dish as-is or on top of crostini, crackers, or heck…you can even serve this on a freshly toasted bagel for an elevated lox brunch situation! 
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This slimming friendly Smoked Salmon Frittata is low in calories, but full of flavour. Serve cold for breakfast or with a light salad for lunch. I am very pleased, even more so since I have managed this largely without starving myself and without giving up on tasty food. In fact I feel like the diet has made me more inventive with recipes and ingredients, seeking out maximum flavour as well healthiest options. Take this slimming salmon frittata for example. It could have been loaded with lots of yummy cheese but instead it uses cottage cheese which is very low in fat. The rest of the recipe is inspired by Greek spinach pie with a Nordic detour to include smoked salmon (the dill took me on a culinary trip).
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19. Smoked Salmon Carbonara

 Smoked Salmon Carbonara

If you are not familiar with it, carbonara is a pasta dish that originated in Italy.  The traditional ingredients are egg, hard cheese, pancetta and pepper. Smoked salmon carbonara is an easy spin on traditional pasta carbonara.  Made the authentic way, without cream, this smoked salmon pasta dish is creamy, decadent, easy to make and on the table in under 20 minutes. I just want to start by saying this recipe for smoked salmon carbonara is definitely indulgent!  We do aim provide you guys with healthy veggie-focused meals here, but let’s be honest – life is about balance, and that means sometimes there’s pasta carbonara.
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18. Smoked Salmon Asparagus Risotto

 Smoked Salmon Asparagus Risotto

So creamy, dreamy and tasty, this Smoked Salmon Asparagus Risotto will make you feel like you’ve been invited in heaven to share a meal with the gods! This Smoked Salmon Asparagus Risotto is so incredibly rich, so creamy, so tasty, so crazy decadent, you’d think that it was totally LOADED with all kinds of butter, cream and cheese, for sure! The fact is it actually contains VERY little cheese, and no cream or butter at all! All the insane creaminess actually comes from the rice itself, and the intense flavors emanate from the concentration of the stock, smoked salmon as well as the very modest addition of Parmesan cheese. Even the booze is kept to a bare minimum, with just a measly little half cup in all. 
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17. Creamy Scrambled Eggs with Smoked Salmon

 Creamy Scrambled Eggs with Smoked Salmon

Creamy scrambled eggs with smoked salmon take breakfast to a whole new level. It’s so good in fact, you’ll want to serve it for supper. To make the scrambled eggs creamy…this is by the way, Creamy Scrambled Eggs with Smoked Salmon…a bit of cream cheese and heavy cream were mixed in with the eggs.  This definitely made the eggs moist and tender, that, and not overcooking them. The smoked salmon is chopped into small pieces and added to the scrambled eggs just when the eggs start to clump up and not be runny.  From that point, it’s only another 30 to 40 seconds before the eggs are done.  Just mix everything up and transfer it to a serving dish.
Just buy eggs that are available at any grocery stores, you can also buy king salmon from the supermarket. After the maximum preparation is done, heat the salmon up to the exact amount of time. Transfer the omelet to the serving dish and garnish with scallions.
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16. Savoury Asparagus Smoked salmon tart 

Savoury Asparagus Smoked salmon tart 

Today, it’s all about the fresh variety and I’ve got what I think might be the ultimate shareable brunch recipe – it’s a puff pastry tart with asparagus, eggs, smoked salmon and goat cheese. And did I mention, it’s absolutely delicious? Not only is it perfect for Easter, but it’s just perfect for spring. Think sweet roasted asparagus, creamy and tangy goats cheese, a hit of smokiness and saltiness from the smoked salmon, and perfectly cooked runny egg yolks. And to tie it all together, the vessel of choice is a flaky and crispy puff pastry crust. This recipe has all the elements for the perfect brunch or a perfect smoked salmon recipes for easy dinner or breakfast.
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15. Candied Smoked Salmon Bites

Candied Smoked Salmon Bites

These Candied Smoked Salmon Bites are smoky, sweet, savory bits of summer. If you have a smoker, you have to give these a try. So easy to make and even easier to eat. Smoked salmon is already a favorite of mine, for the intense salty, savory flavor it has. For this recipe, I’ve added a sweet and rich glaze that coats the salmon and gives it a maple-smoked bacon quality. You can eat these bites as is, or use them to top salads, flatbreads, or sandwiches. I think these would make a fantastic stand in for bacon in a salmon BLT. This recipe begins, of course, with a beautiful salmon filet. Start with the best salmon you can find. I like to feel around for any remaining pin bones, then slice the filet into cubes. The more surface area these salmon bites have the better – we want them to soak up as much of that glaze as possible.
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14. Smoked Salmon Breakfast Bowls

 Smoked Salmon Breakfast Bowls

Savory egg-free smoked salmon breakfast bowl recipe that can be made ahead of time and assembled right before eating. The perfect hearty yet healthy breakfast. I am not a morning person. I like every bit of shut eye I can snag. Which can make a healthy breakfast hard. I rely on green smoothies and pre-prepped low carb breakfasts, like our smoked salmon breakfast bowl! Because they are egg-free there is no waiting. Just heat and go! For the salmon, we picked up locally smoked salmon at the Marche du Vieux-Port. Any smoked salmon or gravlax will due, and I have even used leftover baked salmon. I set it out to warm to room temperature while I heat up breakfast. 
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13. Creamy Hot Smoked Salmon Pasta

 Creamy Hot Smoked Salmon Pasta

This creamy hot smoked salmon pasta is a light but super tasty dish infused with lemon and dill flavours. The sauce is made with creme fraiche instead of double cream for a meal that’s lower in calories but still extra creamy. This deliciously creamy hot smoked salmon pasta is a super speedy smoked salmon recipes that’s ready in just 20 minutes. What’s even better, it’s made with creme fraiche instead of double (heavy) cream for a lighter dinner that’s lower in calories and healthier, too. Expect bold flavours from this pasta, which has loads of lemon and dill to complement the unmistakable aroma of hot smoked salmon.
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12. Smoked Salmon Crepes Recipe

Smoked Salmon Crepes Recipe

You guys are going to love this savory breakfast recipe! These stuffed crepes have all the flavors of a lox bagel but with crepes! My smoked salmon savory crepes are filled with sour cream, smoked salmon and creamy avocado and topped with all the lox toppings: dill, chives, capers, shallots and eggs. These breakfast crepes are so delicious and easy to make – I use an easy blender crepe recipe for the these, too! Make the crepes the night before to enjoy these even on a work day! Also, try setting up a brunch bar with all the toppings for custom stuffed crepes!
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11. Puff Pastry Smoked Salmon & Goat Cheese Quiche 

Puff Pastry Smoked Salmon & Goat Cheese Quiche

Thanks to a few staples you can keep in your fridge and freezer, this quick and simple quiche comes together fast thanks to a puff pastry crust filled with custard-ey eggs, smoked salmon, and crème fraîche or goat cheese. This quiche is simple and far from complicated, and as suggested, it’s easy to make because I almost always have the main ingredients on hand: puff pastry from the freezer, eggs (always in the fridge), cream, half and half or whole milk, a bit of cheese, and smoked salmon. Smoked salmon is one of my refrigerator staples because it lasts for an extra long time and is always ready to serve with an impromptu glass of wine or a quick and easy smoked salmon recipes or dinner ideas.
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10. Low-Carb Smoked Salmon Lentil Salad

Low-Carb Smoked Salmon Lentil Salad

A simple Low-Carb Smoked Salmon Lentil Salad is high in protein and healthy fats. Dairy-free & Gluten-free! This is the perfect after-Thanksgiving meal, as it is low in carbs, full of protein and healthy omega acids. It’s filling, but low-calorie, satisfying, but guilt-free! Lentils are packed full of fibre and folate, are an excellent source of iron and are a cheap and vegetarian source of protein. To make this Smoked Salmon Lentil Salad there is really nothing to it – cook the lentils and cool them down (you can even make this ahead for the week), then add some vegetables, like tomatoes, onion, spinach leaves, dress with a delicious mustard dressing and top with a few pieces of smoked salmon. And you are ready to serve these smoked salmon recipes!
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9. Creamy Lemon Orzo with Smoked Salmon and Asparagus

Creamy Lemon Orzo with Smoked Salmon and Asp

This creamy lemon orzo skillet is loaded with smoked salmon and tender asparagus spears in a rich lemon mascarpone sauce. – ready in less than an hour with a handful of ingredients! A skillet full of spring + carbs for your Monday dinner pleasure! Meet the orzo we literally can’t stop eating. With the weather turning warmer, I’m starting to move into dishes featuring bright flavors like lemon and aaaall the spring produce. This orzo is kinda a combo of rich and creamy + bright and fresh flavours. And it is a GOOD one! Super fast to whip up too, and c’mon, smoked salmon is making an appearance.
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8. Smoked Salmon Deviled Eggs Recipe

Smoked Salmon Deviled Eggs Recipe

Smoked salmon deviled eggs take a classic appetizer (deviled eggs) to a stunning new level. Filled with fresh herbs, salty smoked salmon and briny capers, each bite is loaded with palate-pleasing flavour. Deviled eggs are the perfect bite-sized appetizer that everyone loves. That’s why full platters at parties always disappear fast! And let’s be honest, you can’t beat the fact that they’re incredibly easy to make with simple hard boiled eggs and some of your favourite mix-ins. But today I’m incorporating one of my favourite ingredients – smoked salmon – for a version that’s extra fancy yet super easy to make. The smoked salmon adds salty, smoky oomph to each egg and the fresh dill, lemon, and capers turn it into one deliciously fresh and satisfying bite and perfect smoked salmon recipes ever.
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7. Smoked Salmon and Cream Cheese Wraps

Smoked Salmon and Cream Cheese Wr

These Smoked Salmon and Cream Cheese Wraps include sharp onion and fragrant herbs for a super delicious and healthy breakfast you can eat on the go! There is no cooking involved — you just assemble the ingredients and have an awesome breakfast ready in under 10 minutes! I swapped the traditional bagel for a low carb tortilla, which makes it harder to eat and brings the carbs down, making these smoked salmon and cream cheese wraps a perfectly healthy breakfast. These wraps don’t require any cooking. They’re so easy and so tasty, you may find yourself making them every morning!
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6. Smoked Salmon Chowder

Smoked Salmon Chowder

This creamy Smoked Salmon Chowder Recipe is full of flavor that your whole family will love.  Make sure you serve some crusty bread alongside this delicious chowder, so you can soak up every bite! The recipe sounds all fancy-schmancy, but it’s so easy to make.  The layers of flavors will leave your taste buds happy. This is seriously one of the best soup recipes or smoked salmon recipes to try.  I know a thing or two about soups because I’m a big-time soup lover. Trying new soup recipes is my thing.  Only three soups have made the cut so far to be on the blog.  This creamy salmon soup recipe is the fourth.  I’ve been blogging for three years, so you can do the maths.
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5. Smoked Salmon Naan Pizza

Smoked Salmon Naan Pizza

This Smoked Salmon Pizza makes an easy and elegant appetizer or light meal.  Made with store-bought pizza crust, flatbread, or naan, topped with cream cheese, smoked salmon, onion, and capers! Reminiscent of our favorite breakfast of bagels, cream cheese, and lox, this easy-to-prepare Smoked Salmon Pizza is perfect for every meal!  Appetizer, breakfast, lunch, and dinner! Whether you are using store-bought Naan, flatbread, or pizza crust, we like to toast it in the oven at 400 degrees for about 10 minutes then cool before smearing on the cream cheese. Smoked salmon comes very thinly sliced.  In most cases, you can’t tell where the slice starts or stops.  Simply use a knife or fork to remove each slice.
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4. Smoked Salmon Toasts

Smoked Salmon Toasts

If you love lox and bagels with cream cheese for breakfast, you will love our smoked salmon wholegrain breakfast toasts! This great lower-carb option provides fewer carbs than traditional bagels, yet it is just as hearty and satisfying. Other than toasting the bread, there is no cooking involved. You can purchase prepared smoked salmon in your grocery store, then it’s just a matter of flavoring the cream cheese with fresh herbs, seasonings, and lemon juice and assembling the ingredients on top of the toast. Easy peasy! Ready in 20 minutes or less. Equally good on your favorite flatbread or low-carb bread.
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3. Smoked Salmon Baked Eggs in Avocado

Smoked Salmon Baked Eggs in Avocado

This recipe is very rich, creamy, and flavorful. It’s hardly a recipe at all because the steps are simply to halve the avocados, carve them out (not too much), line them with smoked salmon, dollop in the egg and bake until firm. Garnish with red chili flakes and dill, then eat warm. Done! One small confession: this is the first time I’ve eaten avocado warm, but I like this smoked salmon recipes so much.
I can’t decide if next time I’ll make some coconut-flour buns to smear this on, or enjoy these baked eggs in avocado straight out of the avocado skin again. After hollowing out the avocado, spoon in the egg whites, being careful not to fill to overflowing (since the egg yolk will be added later). When the whites are almost completely set, delicately slide the yolks right on top. The yolks will still be soft after 5-10 minutes more of baking and the whites will be set, too. 
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2. Brown Sugar Lemon Garlic Smoked Salmon

Brown Sugar Lemon Garlic Smoked Salmon

Besides sushi I don’t love fish. What can I say? Cooked fish just isn’t my favorite. The exception would be smoked fish. Meat cooked in a smoker, if done right, is just crave-worthy to me. This Brown Sugar Lemon Garlic Smoked Salmon is no exception. It is amazingly good! This recipe has a perfect balance of spices. The sweet, smoked, and tart flavors balance out beautifully while the salmon smokes. Let the smoked salmon rest for 5 minutes before serving. If presenting it for guests, or to make it a little prettier, add lemon wedges and sprinkle with parsley. 
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1. Keto Smoked Salmon Fat Bombs

Keto Smoked Salmon Fat Bombs

If you’re new to the keto diet, you may be wondering what a fat bomb is and why would you want one? Fat bombs are usually a combination of some sort of healthy fat like grass-fed butter, coconut oil, nut, or seeds. But today I’m sharing a different kind of fat bomb using a favorite protein of mine, smoked salmon! Cream cheese is the fat of choice for these fat bombs and they are awesome for a snack or to serve as an appetizer for a party, even the non-keto crowd will love them.
Obviously, without some sort of coating, these fat bombs will be quite sticky to pick up and eat, but if it’s just you at home, you can leave off the seasoning. Either way, they are a scrumptious way to get in your macros! In fact, I’d be happy to just eat a few and call it a meal in my opinion, and also it is a best-smoked salmon recipes ever! 
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