Recipe: Salmon bagel with sorrel

Sandwiches and bruschetta with herbs
September 18, 2012


BagelI bought some fresh bagels, garnished with poppy seeds and sesame seeds, and I prepared the classic bagels with smoked salmon.


SorrelI harvested a bunch of fresh sorrel, and its tangy taste was a perfect match with salmon.


Salmon bagel with sorrel

Salmon bagel with sorrel


Ingredients
Serves two:
4 bagel
200g smoked salmon
100g cream cheese
a bunch of sorrel
poppy seeds

Salmon Bagel with SorrelDirections
Cut the bagel in half and spread both sides with cream cheese.
Sprinkle with poppy seeds, then fill with salmon and sorrel.



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Author: Deb in Hawaii (URL)
24/09/2012

Bagels with salmon are among my favorites--the sorrel leaves are a great addition. ;-) Thanks for sharing with Souper Sundays this week.


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