If you’ve never tried this brunch favourite as a savoury dish, you’re missing out. It’s also a great way of using up stale bread – perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
Smoked salmon Christmas starter
Toast a slice of sourdough bread for each person.
Top with a generous serving of cream cheese and a slice of smoked salmon.
Season with a squeeze of lemon and black pepper.
Serve with salad leaves.
Make the most of your leftovers
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Keep your fridge at 5°C or below
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