Salmon Dill Croissants

Salmon Dill Croissants

"From Orleans, Ontario, Maya Whittier shares Salmon Dill Croissants. 'The original recipe made a cheese ball that my parents only served at Christmas parties,' she recalls. 'It was so delicious on crackers that I decided to try it as a filling inside croissants. 'These smoky salmon sandwiches taste so wonderfully rich that everyone assumes they're gourmet,' Maya writes. 'No one needs to know they're so fast and easy to prepare by using canned salmon.'"
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30 m servings
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  1. In a mixing bowl, beat the cream cheese until smooth. Stir in the salmon, mayonnaise, lemon juice, onion, horseradish, dill, salt, garlic powder and liquid smoke if desired. Spread over croissants; top with lettuce.

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Amazingly great! One thing I would suggest doing is to buy the canned salmon that is skinless and the cartlidge removed....I had a hard time pulling everything apart. Made this for my son's 1s...

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There was entirely too much dressing. And I do not care at all for the liquid smoke. Since the salmon is drowning in dressing I feel like it is wasted. Otherwise, it's a great idea and proba...

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Amazingly great! One thing I would suggest doing is to buy the canned salmon that is skinless and the cartlidge removed....I had a hard time pulling everything apart. Made this for my son's 1s...

I love this recipe. Not only is it easy to make but made with the croissants (very important) they are a gourmet and delicious sandwich. I will make these at all of my parties!

Loved this recipe!! I pretty much followed it, but thought it could use more liquid smoke and also used a large can of salmon. We spread this on Wasa crisp bread and sprinkled with capers and ...

Really good flavour and a nice change from tuna. I found it a little runny and may add more salmon or reduce the creamed cheese next time.*Update* This mixture thickens up overnight in the fridg...

I used the chicken of the sea smoked salmon in the pink foil pouch and that was great! everyone loved lunch!

This is delicious and easy.

There was entirely too much dressing. And I do not care at all for the liquid smoke. Since the salmon is drowning in dressing I feel like it is wasted. Otherwise, it's a great idea and proba...

Love this, nice change from tuna. I did increase the dill but made no other changes and it was delicious.

This is my first review and I just had to share my love for this spread. It was so easy to make - I happened to have a lot of fresh dill that I wanted to use up waste and cream cheese. I added l...

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