Try a tasty appetizer this weekend that you (and your guests) will love. The Busha Browne Smoked Salmon Roll recipe is spicy and sweet! This recipe packs some heat with the Busha Browne Pukka Hot Pepper Sauce and some sweetness with their Original Hot Pepper Jelly. Your guests will be impressed, it’s so tasty. Also, keep this Busha Browne Smoked Salmon Roll recipe on hand as it will be a big hit with family and friends during the holiday season and special occasion’s. It definitely will be a delicious recipe to showcase throughout the holiday season.
Busha Browne Smoked Salmon Roll Recipe
1 lb smoked salmon (cut deli style)
4 tbs plain cream cheese
2 ripe papaya (skinned, seeded and cut into sticks)
2 cucumbers (peeled, seeded and cut into sticks)
1 med. purple onion (cut into thin slices)
1 large carrot (peeled and cut into sticks)
2 limes (juiced)
1 tbs fresh cilantro
1 tbs fresh mint
Combine cream cheese and the Busha Browne Pukka Hot Pepper Sauce with the Pepper Jelly – let rest.
Combine vegetables and toss together with lime juice, salt and fresh herbs. Lay down an overlapping layer of smoked salmon over plastic wrap. Spread an even layer of cream cheese mixture almost to the edge on both sides. Lay vegetable mixture lengthwise across the middle of cream cheese mixture. Roll into a tight roll using a Japanese sushi mat and seal in shape with plastic wrap. Place smoked salmon roll in your freezer for 7-10 minutes to set. Cut into 1 inch rolls and serve. Enjoy!
Busha Browne products are available nationally at specialty food stores and retailers such as Whole Foods, Fairway and online. For more information, visit www.BushaBrowne.com.
This sounds absolutely delish! Let me know if you try it. I would LOVE to hear your thoughts on this recipe!
Thanks to Busha Browne for sharing the recipe and images with me!
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