Corn Pancakes with Smoked Salmon and Lemon-Chive Cream

  • KarenWard Posted: 07/18/12
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    These were a tasty treat! Pancake had a sweet corn flavor that paired well with the smoked salmon. A great party appetizer. I wonder how they would freeze to have ready for a quick treat?

  • JeffAxelrod Posted: 07/23/12
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    What a brilliant idea--to put smoked salmon on top of corn cakes! I used Trader Joe's Nova Wild Salmon. The recipe was even better than it sounded--the sour cream sauce was fantastic and totally made the dish. I'd even double the sauce for next time. We had it for a summer dinner, but would be great for a brunch or as an appetizer/party hors d'oeuvre. It only took one large ear of corn for me though to get 1 1/4 cups--not three. Also, Alton Brown and I remind you to make sure to scrape the cob of corn back and forth with the back of your chef's knife to get all of the good stuff off.

  • ctaylor000 Posted: 07/28/12
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    Made these as a quick side for some barbecued ribs (without the salmon and sour cream); tasty and sweet. A squeeze of lemon into regular milk is a fine sub for the buttermilk.

  • NancyYD Posted: 12/16/12
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    Easy to prepare and everyone loved them at the party. They were the most popular food we served.

  • jjjamstou2 Posted: 08/14/12
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    Tried this for dinner last night. I'm not a fan of smoked salmon though, so I cooked bacon in the oven, and served these with the bacon and some fresh garden tomatoes for a twist on BLT's. The cream sauce was delicious with all three. I also made some corn on the cob with mexican crema, and actually liked that on the corn cakes a little better than this sour cream. I will definitely make this again, but may tweak the corn cake recipe a little to make them more flavorful on their own.

  • BlueToBlue Posted: 01/20/13
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    Fremont, CA

    We thought these were great. The corn pancakes were tasty and they were nice with the smoked salmon. They made for a nice light dinner. I made them in winter, so I used frozen corn. I also subbed milk mixed with a little lemon juice for the buttermilk, rather than buying a whole giant thing of buttermilk (the only size the grocery stores near me sell).

  • PiperGrin Posted: 07/28/12
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    Brilliant corn cake! I used Silver Queen that my mom had "put up" in freezer bags during a summer rush. That's better than a christmas present! At any rate, this is one of my all-time favorite Cooking Light recipes and is now a permanent fixture in the rotation. We served without salmon but used fresh heirloom tomatoes, peas, bacon and zucchini for a summer stack. A must-try.

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