Smoked Salmon & Cream Cheese Lox!

It’s healthy & delicious recipes like this one that show one thing: It’s possible to be food conscious without losing the amazing taste & flavor of good food! Check out this Smoked Salmon & Cream Cheese Lox recipe sent in by Austin Stukins of Lafayette, LA; It’s full of delicious flavor, and topped with fresh tomatoes, spinach, and capers! A summertime brunch of warm bagels topped with cool cream cheese & smoked salmon, all stacked with fresh veggies and a bit of spices. Yum! Definitely give this recipe a try, and let us know what you think by rating & commenting below. As always, enjoy, and Happy Cooking! – Tasty25 Staff



What you need:

2 Onion bagels (Separated into halves.)

8 Smoked salmon lox (Lox – A thinly sliced salmon filet that has been cured.)

4 Fresh tomato slices

1 Cup fresh baby spinach leaves

1/4 Cup fresh capers

Tsp. low fat cream cheese

Tsp. black pepper

1/2 Tsp. salt

Directions: (Approximate cook time: 10 minutes; Serves 4 adults.)

  1. Place the onion bagel halves in a toaster; Toast on medium heat until lightly crispy.

  2. Spread 1 Tsp. of cream cheese onto all 4 bagel halves; Place 2 salmon lox on top of each of the bagel halves.

  3. Next, add a tomato, 4-5 leaves of baby spinach, and a few capers to each bagel slice.

  4. Evenly sprinkle the 1 Tsp. of black pepper & the 1/2 Tsp. on top of each of the bagel halves; Serve immediately.

  5. Eat & enjoy!

 Thanks Austin for sending in this wonderful arrangement to Tasty25 Magazine! What’s your Tasty25 creation? Send in your recipe, and be featured on Tasty25 by going to the “Submit Your Tasty25 Creation” page.

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