Most people get excited about the holiday season because of all the wonderful baked goods and sweets they get to consume. I get excited about appetizers. I consider them to be a very important part of the meal, and I like them to be simple and delicious.
Are you looking for an appetizer you have to bring to a potluck? Make this smoked trout dip. Do you need an appetizer for your next party but you don’t have the time to be in the kitchen for hours? Make this!
It is perfect for gatherings, around the holidays, especially for the New Year’s Eve parties, when in my opinion, a spread of appetizers is the best way to entertain the guests.
Smoked fish is one of my favorite things to eat. Depends on where you live, I am sure you can find all sorts of smoked fish, so if you make this recipe, feel free to choose your favorite one. Where I live, smoked trout is affordable and relatively easy to find. The smoked trout fillets are broken up with a fork in large flakes, then mixed with chopped celery, green onions, mayonnaise and a little bit of sour cream.
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Try and bake this delicious super easy to make bread and have the smoked trout salad on a sandwich for lunch instead. The combination between the mayo and the sour cream makes this dip a little bit lighter and healthier for you.
However, as the holidays are coming soon, it would not hurt to put this salad on your menu list. Enjoy!
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- 1 pound smoked trout
- 1-2 stalks of celery
- 2-3 green onions
- 3-4 Tablespoons organic mayonnaise
- 1-2 Tablespoons sour cream
- Remove the bones and the skin from the fish.
- Shred the fish into bite size pieces.
- Chop the green onion and the celery.
- In a small salad bowl place fish, green onion and celery.
- Fold in the sour cream and mayonnaise.
- Serve it chilled on a sandwich, or just plain with crackers.