This collection of 16 Delicious Budget-Friendly Smoked Salmon Recipes will let you enjoy smoked salmon without breaking the bank. From appetizers to brunch to pastas you’ll find something for any taste. You can even make your own smoked salmon! Perfect recipes for Mother’s Day celebration!
This is my first roundup post. It’s exciting. It’s also a little bit nerve wracking. Did I do it right? Will people enjoy it? Lots of questions. One thing I know for sure – this roundup is absolutely delicious! I mentioned many times in previous posts that I love love love smoked salmon. Yet I realize that it’s not the most affordable item and it often means that a recipe with this ingredient could be unattainable. What I have for you here today is a list of 16 delicious and, most importantly, budget-friendly smoked salmon recipes. It means that you get a lot of
bang flavour for a little buck smoked salmon. Most of these recipes use under 6 ounces of smoked salmon and many use even less. You can get a small package of smoked salmon relatively cheap especially if you look for sales and then keep it in your freezer. I am a big believer of using a little bit of smoked salmon to make delicious, elegant and affordable recipes that will wow everyone. Choose one or more of these recipes to make for your next celebration. There are quite a few brunch items on the list of Budget-Friendly Smoked Salmon Recipes and they will be perfect for Mother’s Day!
Let’s start with a recipe to make your own Cured Smoked Salmon from Kate at Babaganosh.
I love dips and this Easy Smoked Salmon Dip from Julia (oh, hi to another Julia from Julia) at Plated Cravings takes only a few minutes to make and is going to be a crowd pleaser.
And speaking of dips, check out my Affordable Canned and Smoked Salmon Rillettes which is a mix between a pâté and a spread.
I love anything with puff pastry and these Easy Cheesy Smoked Salmon Tarts from Jayne at The Purple Ladle sound delicious and very easy to make!
Have you ever tried Hot-Smoked Salmon? It has a very different texture and a unique taste. It should definitely be more popular! If you happen to find some hot-smoked salmon then try this Asparagus Salad with Smoked Salmon and Sesame Miso Vinaigrette from Elaine at Flavour & Savour.
Crustless quiche is such an elegant meal for a brunch or light dinner. Try Smoked Salmon Crustless Quiche from Kaleigh at Lively Table.
Breakfast (or brunch) is my favourite meal of the day and I can have it for dinner too. I love Smoked Salmon Croissant Strata and I make it often for brunch during various holidays.
Another great eggy gluten-free dish will be perfect for lunch with salad! Smoked Salmon and Veggie Frittata from Megan at Allergy Free Alaska.
For another gluten-free breakfast or appetizer try Russian Style Mini Buckwheat Pancakes with Smoked Salmon from Elena at Happy Kitchen.Rocks – my fellow Russian blogger. I love buckwheat but I actually have never tried buckwheat pancakes, so this recipe is definitely on my to-make list.
And if you are not avoiding gluten, then try my Smoked Salmon and Dill Mini Pancakes with Horseradish Dip – they are a perfect appetizer to serve at a dinner party or brunch.
And if you are looking for another unique breakfast recipe, try my Smoked Salmon and Dill Waffles. As you can see I love Smoked Salmon and Dill flavour combination.
If you are looking for something unique, delicious, healthy and filling, then try Creamy Barley and Smoked Salmon Brunch Bowl from Donna at Whole Food Bellies. It’s great for dinner too.
Smoked Salmon and Capers is another classic combination and it shines in these Smoked Salmon and Caper Arancini from Bernice at Dish ‘n’ the Kitchen. And the best thing is that risotto for the Arancini is baked in the oven!
I love smoked salmon and potatoes together, my grandma used to serve smoked salmon with creamy mashed potatoes for me. These Smoked Salmon Potato Cakes from Julia (wow, third Julia in this roundup – hi!) at Savory Tooth sound super delicious!
I am glad I am not the only one who thinks that Dill goes perfectly with smoked salmon. Here’s a really delicious and creamy recipe for Smoked Salmon Dill Fettuccine from Loreto at SugarLoveSpices. I’d love to have a bowl of this creamy pasta right now!
And let’s finish with a savoury cake which goes perfectly with a glass of wine or mimosa and will be a star at Mother’s Day Brunch. Try my Smoked Salmon and Dill Savoury Cake and it’ll be your favourite snack.
So, here you have it – 16 Delicious Budget-Friendly Smoked Salmon Recipes. Get a small package os smoked salmon and keep it in your freezer, you’ll be able to make an amazing meal to wow your friends and family!
Kate @ Babaganosh says
Hi! I somehow missed this delicious roundup while working on my lox recipes list. Good thing there isn’t any overlap (except for your amazing looking strata recipe 🙂 ). These all look great. And thank you for adding my homemade lox recipe link to this post!
na ryby nk kody says
Łowcom trofeów pozostawiam wskazówkę – prosta platyna.
I do love salmon sashimi and sushi, but you share great ideas how to do with smoked salmon and they are affordable. My family will love to eat all of the menu in your recipes. Thanks for sharing.
Elaine @ Flavour and Savour says
So many great ideas in this round-up! Thanks for including mine!
Sandi G says
This is a wonderful roundup…smoked salmon is so good to cook with.
Karen @ Seasonal Cravings says
I am a huge fan of smoked salmon bc it’s so tasty and full of protein. I give your first round up and A+!
Denisse | Le Petit Eats says
Smoked salmon lends itself so well to springtime dishes- these all sound incredible but the mini pancakes are especially calling to me!
Michelle Frank | Flipped-Out Food says
Congrats on your first recipe round-up! I don’t cook much with smoked salmon because—you nailed it—it’s expensive. I love that you’ve rounded up these beautiful recipes that use smoked salmon in the most budget-friendly of ways. Well done!
Lisa | Garlic & Zest says
Smoked salmon is on constant rotation in our house – thanks for all the cool ideas!