Smoked Salmon Bites

With Thanksgiving right around the corner the holidays are ready to kick off! And with that comes a lot of parties and get-togethers. This means; lots of finger foods! So I'm hoping to try to get many little appetizers and finger foods on here in the next couple weeks. I have to start doing some of my holiday baking as well - the kids are anxious for Moms 1,000 Christmas cookies!

My family loves salmon and also loves puff pastry. Put the two together and you have a quick, easy appetizer that looks impressive and is so yummy!

*note* I thought I had a photo of this one but a quick glance through my files isn't locating it. I'll add it if and when I get time as I KNOW I took one! LOL. They look like tiny little cream puffs but instead of being 'filled' they are topped.

Smoked Salmon Bites

1 package peppered camembert
2 sheets puff pastry
smoked salmon - about 4 oz. thin sliced
1/2 of a lime - very thin sliced
dill - fresh and snipped into tiny sprigs

Remove the rind from the cheese and cut into thin 2 inch squares. Cut tiny 2 inch rounds from the pastry, place them in tiny tart trays if you have one, if not, an ungreased baking sheet will do. Top them with the cheese slice. Bake the puffs at 350 for about 25 minutes. Remove from the tray and immediately top with a slice of salmon, a tiny little triangle of lime and a sprig of dill.Print Friendly and PDF