Oregon Smoked Salmon Sour Cream Dip
There are many party themes out there. You can have an Italian party, a murder mystery party or even a chocolate themed night. But when I was planning my next dinner party I could think of no better party theme than Oregon! An Oregon party lets me celebrate all the things I love! My home state makes so many tasty foods, the party is practically planned before you even get started. What better way to start an Oregon party than a salmon dip?
Yields (number of servings): About 14
Smoked Oregon salmon – about 2 inches wide
½ cup Tillamook Premium Sour Cream
¼ cup cream cheese
3 teaspoons capers, diced
1 tablespoon lemon juice
5 green onions, diced
2 splashes of Tabasco
Salt and pepper
2 rolls – like hoagie rolls
With your fingers, shred the salmon into a bowl. In a separate bowl combine Tillamook Premium Sour Cream and cream cheese. Then combine with the salmon. Add lemon juice, onions, Tabasco, salt, and pepper to taste. Stir until well combined. Refrigerate until the mixture firms up a bit (about 20 minutes). You want it to hold its shape.
Cut the end off your rolls and hollow out the inside of the roll so you can see all the way through it. Be careful not to puncture the crust. Use a spoon to fill the roll with the salmon mixture. Cut the filled roll into ½ inch slices.
Tillamook Sour Cream and Oregon salmon start any Oregon themed party off on a delicious note!