Icelandic Inspired Smoked Salmon Tartine
Traveling to Iceland was magical. All the fresh fish I could ever ask for, extended daylight for the insomniacs in the house and the nicest people in the world! When my husband and I visited, we were fresh from Scotland directly after he proposed so we decided to AirBnb it, be a little romantic and get a place right by the water. Every morning we would wake up, go for a walk and hit up this awesome café full of assorted tartines and salads. So today I want to go back to memory lane and share the recipe of a simple but absolutely amazing tartine. It's packed with flavor, your spouse will be impressed and the nutritional facts don't look too bad either.
Recipe for 2 cuties (multiply by more cuties)
- 3 oz, Fish, salmon, chinook, smoked
- 2 tablespoon, Cheese, cream
- 2 Slice, Ciabatta Bread
- 2 tsp(s), Capers, canned
- 2 tbsp, Parsley, fresh
- Salt and Pepper to taste
- 4 Hard Boiled Eggs
- Bring water to a boil and start boiling those eggs. Takes about 12 minutes. Drain and rinse with cold water and allow to cool. (Don't burn your hand!)
- While the eggs are cooling, add some butter to a skillet and toast both side of your ciabatta bread.
- Let the bread cool a touch then spread your cream cheese on each slice, next layer on 1.5 oz. of the smoked salmon.
- Peel the eggs and chop roughly adding salt and pepper to the mixture. Layer 2 eggs worth over the smoked salmon and let some fall around your plate. Then sprinkle parsley and capers on as your top layer.
I hope you guys enjoy this quick and easy recipe! This can make some great Hors d'oeuvres for a dinner party or can be paired with this quick Insta watermelon salad recipe below:
What's some of your favorite quick recipes?