Nothing gets me fancier than making a delicious, restaurant-ready appetizer or party dip at home. This Smoked Salmon Dip is just the thing for you. While it feels fancy and tastes amazing, it’s super easy to make.
If you want an even simpler version of this dip with a pretty presentation, try this salmon mousse recipe. We served it at my wedding. 🙂
Smoked Salmon Dip is made with cream cheese, sour cream, smoked salmon, lemon juice, dill, capers, and some optional seasonings (plus salt). As simple as that!
I like to add all the bagel seasoning on top of the dip before serving. It’s a fun presentation, and the flavors of this dip feel like something you could spread over a bagel.
However, when you think of salmon and cream cheese bagels, I should point out that salmon and smoked salmon are not the same thing. They are similar in that both are salted salmon, but smoked salmon has an added flavor from the smoking process.
So when looking for ingredients, look for smoked salmon, not salmon, for this dip.
To make this smoked salmon dip, all you have to do is put all the ingredients in a food processor and blend together. That’s it! Throwing this together before throwing a party couldn’t be easier.
How long does salmon dip keep in the fridge?
Stored in an airtight container, you can store this dip in the fridge for at least 3-5 days.
What should I serve with smoked salmon dip?
This dip goes well with breads like toasted baguette, pita chips, bagel chips, or crackers. You can also serve with vegetables like sliced
Can I Freeze Smoked Salmon Dip?
I suppose you could, but I wouldn’t recommend it. Plus, this dip is so easy to mix up that I think you might as well make it fresh.
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In a food processor, add all the ingredients except the all bagel seasoning.
Process until well mixed.
Place in a medium serving bowl and garnish with all of the bagel seasoning.
Leftover dip can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for at least 3-5 days.
Note: Nutrition is automatically calculated using Spoonacular for your convenience. Where appropriate, we recommend using your own nutritional calculations.