A quick and easy Norwegian appetizer
This was the very first Disney dinner dish I thought of. I researched Norwegian food for countless hours and found that smoked salmon is a really big deal in Norway. Apparently Norwegians happily eat smoked salmon morning, noon, and night and to that I say, sign me up! I was lucky enough to find actual Norwegian smoked salmon at my grocery store: plain, dill, and pepper.
I decided to serve the smoked salmon as a crostini as a play on the Frozen line, We finish each other’s sandwiches. Crostini, sandwich…get it? This could not be a simpler or more elegant way to start a meal.
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Smoked Salmon Crostini
4 oz smoked salmon
8 oz Boursin cheese (I used garlic flavored)
Fresh dill for garnish
- Slice the baguette, drizzle with olive oil, and toss in a 200 degree oven for 5 minutes or until toasty. (Cook’s note: this would be even better grilled!)
- Remove baguette slices from oven, set on a serving platter, and spread generously with Boursin cheese. (Note: if using plain Boursin, rub baguette slices with garlic before spreading cheese.)
- Top with smoked salmon and a garnish of dill.