Won Ton Cups with Hot-Smoked Salmon and Avocado

  • Kelemental Posted: 01/19/09
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    These are great! I made them for a girl's day get-together & they were a big hit. I used smoked salmon that we bought in Alaska - don't know if it was hot or cold-smoked but it worked! I would definitely make it again. I served it with the edamame salad from the same issue (January 2009) & other appetizers.

  • mruharris Posted: 05/11/10
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    this rok

  • millergriffin Posted: 12/01/12
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    We fish the Ocean and Rivers on the West Coast. Never wasting anything my husband smokes the Salmon carcass. So much sweet meats on the bones after filleting the fish =] I use this in my recipes. I love serving in the won ton wrappers baked.

  • mrscrazyed Posted: 10/03/12
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    This is a beautiful appetizer that went over well at a gathering, so well that my best friend's husband asked me for the recipe so that he could make it for her -- she liked it that much. I found the won ton wrappers a little difficult to work with: they didn't mold well into the muffin cups and took almost 20 minutes to cook. Next time I try the suggestion about using the bottom of the tin. I will definitely make these again. They look wonderful and taste better than they look!

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