- 150g smoked salmon, trimmings are fine
- 200g tub soft cheese
- 1 tbsp crème fraîche, only if you have some
- juice half a lemon
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- small bunch dill or chives, chopped
- breadsticks or granary toast, to serve
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If you aren’t using smoked salmon trimmings then chop the salmon into small pieces. Tip the soft cheese, crème fraîche (if using) and lemon juice into a food processor, season generously with black pepper and blitz to your liking. Add the smoked salmon and pulse a few times if you want the paté chunky or blitz some more if you want the paté smooth and pink.
Stir the herbs into the paté and spoon into a large or four smaller bowls and serve with warm toast as a starter or with breadsticks as a dip.