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Hmmm...wasn't too keen on this based on the original recipe - way too cheesy for me - I ended up using only 1 8oz package of cream cheese, but 1 pound of smoked salmon (1/2 whipped into the cream cheese to turn it pink, half chopped and folded in) and used 4 tsp worcestershire sauce and 3 tsp hot pepper sauce, and then added juice of 1/2 a lemon. Also used 5 chopped green onions. Then it was pretty good!
I just made this for a party and several people really raved about it and wanted the recipe. Easy to make, too! I doubled the worcestershire and hot pepper sauce. Also, I didn't have fresh dill or green onion, so I used dried dill and dehydrated onion flakes. Thanks for this recipe!
This is yummy. We had it on bagels for dinner tonight. I used a little dried dill instead of fresh and red onion. I doubled the onion. I also added a little minced caper. Dinner included a side of fresh asparagus that was blanched and chilled and sprinkled with olive oil, lemon and salt and pepper. Tasty and quick meal.
Pretty good. Served it with toasted sourdough cocktail bread. Next time I'll add chives and maybe just a pinch of cayenne pepper. Needed a tad more zing. But it was very good. Here's a hint to make chopping the smoked salmon easier: Use a large pizza cutter. VERY easy and the salmon doesn't slide around the cutting board like it does when you use a knife. Easy and quick.