Kari's Smoked Salmon Coeurs a la Creme
My friend Kari (below with her hubby a few years ago) is a fantastic cook.
We're in a cooking club together and she shared this recipe with us a couple of years ago.
Typically coeurs a la creme is molded in the shape of a heart and is made either sweet or savory.
In French it's "heart with cream" and is really delicious.
With Kari's recipe we did not mold it but served it as a spread with crepes.
I had not made it in awhile and had some smoked salmon I needed to use up, so I chose to go a little simpler and serve it with mini croissants.
What. A. Hit.
Of course, I like any recipe that can be whipped up in no time, no cooking necessary.
I put this together after church yesterday and served it alongside leftover veggies and cut watermelon.
The boys gave it an "infinity on a scale of 1-5".
You blend cottage cheese, cream cheese, heavy cream, lime juice and seasonings and then add the finely chopped smoked wild salmon and chives (which I didn't have).
This photo doesn't look all that appetizing.
But it really, really was.
Double click to print the recipe as a 5x7 card.