Dill weed boosts the flavor of many salmon recipes and this one is no exception. In this smoked Alaska salmon clubhouse sandwich recipe, the dill is combined with butter and lemon juice to make a delectable spread for the bread and then the salmon and cucumber is added. This is quite a simple recipe so if you are looking for easy fish recipes for a buffet because you need to make a lot of sandwiches, this recipe would be good. You can double, triple or even quadruple it. It’s best to cut the sandwiches diagonally twice (into four little squares) so they are easier to eat but if you are making them for lunch, instead of for a party or buffet, cut them diagonally once so you get bigger triangles. You can serve these on a chilled platter with some decorative lemon wedges if you want.
If you are going to make these in advance, simply arrange them on a platter and wrap plastic around the top. You can keep them in the refrigerator for a few hours. As you might expect, they are best served as soon as you have made them though. Expect these smoked Alaska salmon clubhouse sandwich bites to be very popular. There is something really special about salmon sandwiches. The addition of smoked salmon makes them a real gourmet treat so you will not have any left over.
Use eight slices of salmon instead of four if the slices are small. Just use your own judgment. You do not want to put too much smoked salmon in each sandwich but neither do you want to serve too little. This is a sandwich recipe which is open to adaptation. Try using parsley instead of the dill or lime juice instead of the lemon juice. A tiny bit of paprika in the butter mixture is also good and capers work well with salmon, or even finely sliced pickles.
- 4 slices smoked salmon
- 1 teaspoon chopped fresh dill weed
- 2 ½ oz softened butter
- ¼ peeled, thinly sliced cucumber
- 8 slices white bread
- Few drops lemon juice
- Salt and black pepper
- Combine the dill, butter, and lemon juice, and then season it to taste with salt and pepper.
- Spread this mixture over the bread slices.
- Add some smoked salmon and sliced cucumber to four of the slices, then top with the remaining four slices.
- Trim off the crusts and cut each one into 4 triangles.
As you can see from the picture, putting lemon, dill weed and smoked salmon together looks stunning because of the colors but the sandwiches themselves also look mouthwatering. This is one of the most easy fish recipes you can make with smoked salmon and, if you want to make impressive sandwiches, this is the way to do it. Teaming salmon with cucumber, dill weed, lemon juice, and butter gives you such a wonderful feast. These might be small morsels of finger food but they are certainly satisfying and delicious. Anybody who enjoys the taste of smoked salmon is sure to like this smoked Alaska salmon clubhouse sandwich recipe.
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