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Salmon roll ups
Salmon roll ups
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Salmon roll ups with cream cheese are perfect to serve as party food, as a starter or part of a cold buffet. These healthy small delicious appetizers are ready in 10 minutes and can be served any time of the day.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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7 Thin sliced smoked salmon
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1 tablespoon Lupmfish roe
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2 Flat bread
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200 gr Cream cheese
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3 tablespoons Finely chopped parsley
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1 pinch Citron pepper
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1 teaspoon Dill
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1 pinch Salt
Instructions:
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In a bowl mix the cream cheese, salt, citron pepper, lumpfish roe, dill and parsley.
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Place evenly the mixture on the flat breads but leave a space to one of the ends to make it easier to fold.
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Place the smoked salmon on the breads. Roll the breads and cut in thin slices.
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Place cold until it is time to serve.
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