I invited the neighbors over for a cocktail one evening, only to realize that I had nothing to offer in the way of nibble food. When I looked in the pantry, I saw a small can of salmon, and decided to substitute canned salmon instead of fresh smoked mullet that I usually use for fish spread. It was great.
This is a dish that is quick and easy to make, and you probably have all the ingredients on hand at any time.
I use soy products instead of milk, but it works fine with real sour cream and real cream cheese as well. I am not too particular about the brand of canned salmon, although I do try to buy skinless and boneless, and I like the Black Top Pink Salmon, because it is a product of the USA.
ounce can skinless, boneless pink salmon
finely diced small Vidalia onion (or sweet onion)
dill pickle juice
soy cream cheese (or real)
soy sour cream (or real)
Crystal Hot Sauce
PUT IN A MOUND ON PLATE, CHILL AND GARNISH WITH
chopped fresh parsley
chopped fresh chives
finely chopped small Vidalia onion (or sweet onion)