Smoked salmon rotollos

Smoked salmon rotollos

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(27 ratings)

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Cooking time

Prep: 10 mins Ready in 10 minutes

Skill level

Easy

Servings

Serves 25

These classy canapes look sophisticated yet are so simple to make - a great way to impress your guests at a party

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition info

Nutrition per rotollo

kcalories
100
protein
5g
carbs
5g
fat
7g
saturates
4g
fibre
0g
sugar
0g
salt
1g

Ingredients

  • 300g cream cheese
  • 1 tbsp lemon juice
  • 2 tbsp chopped dill
  • generous pinch of black pepper
  • 4 large flour tortillas
  • 350g smoked salmon
  • serve with extra dill and rocket leaves

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Method

Mix the cream cheese with the lemon juice, chopped dill and plenty of black pepper. Spread over 4 large flour tortillas and cover with the smoked salmon. Roll up like a Swiss roll, trim off the ends and discard. Wrap tightly in cling film, twisting the ends firmly to enclose. Place in the fridge until you are ready to use. To serve, take a sharp knife and slice on the diagonal. Serve with extra dill and rocket leaves.

Recipe from Good Food magazine, December 2005

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gascoyne_d's picture
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Really good. I did some with cream cheese and roasted vegetables and just left out the dill....very nice! Leave as long as poss to chill in the fridge!

toska2222's picture
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I had these yesterday at a new years party and it tastes amazing. It was that good that I had to look up the recipe myself. It also seems so easy to make.

smallasapeanut's picture
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Have done these several times and am just about to do them again for NYE party....I also fill them with cream cheese and ham and add rocket to both varieties..............Always go down a storm

alison-oconnor's picture

I was worried about the slicing up at the end here ie whether to use a serrated knife (which I guess is best for cutting smoked salmon), or an unserrated one (which I imagine would be best for cutting tortilla)? So there was a little sawing/switching of knives (on my part) and tearing (on the part of the food) and sometimes the tortillas unravelled a bit. A tip for anybody yet to make this - if you cut off a slice and it looks less than perfect, turn it over - the other side may look better - this happened to me with a few slices :-). I couldn't comment on the taste as I am a vegetarian and I got no comments on it from my guests.

wendygoodfood's picture

We loved these. Made for sister's 60th party and my six-year-old nephew kept returning when I was cutting off the end-bits to make a straight edge and helpfully eating all the "spare ends.!"

just_sara's picture
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easy to make! tastes good, but nothing special.
i would give it 3,5 stars

helenmalbon's picture
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great quick and easy party starter or nibbles

gmfjemh's picture

Made these for a party and they disappeared in no time - varied the recipe for the vegetarians by substituting hummus, and used less cream cheese to make them less moist and roll properly. Great to make ahead then just unwrap and slice immediately before serving - more time spent with my guests.

hannahpanda's picture
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the OH loved these! I didnt like the dill so I would try it with chives next time. But they looked great!

magriet's picture

Fabulous recipe! Impressive looking but so easy
I used garlic-cream cheese and leek (4 cm.) instead of dill, made it for our villages's annual "New Year nibble contest" and won first prize!!

kshames's picture
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Fantastic - and so easy. I made this for Xmas and it was a huge hit! Even my mother-in-law liked it.

jennysstuff's picture
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brilliant

pippasally's picture

If you used red peppers (from a jar) or thinly-sliced cucumber this would make a vegetarian alternative

gethinhopkin's picture

so easy yet so absolutely delicious, perfect for having the family or friends round at christmas

sifreynir's picture
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Great and easy to follow recipe, even the kids like it

tphotiou's picture
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Fantastic appetiser. So simple but very, very effective! I used garlic cream cheese to give it a bit of an extra twist.

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