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Slice baguette thinly. Evenly space on cookie sheet which has been covered with aluminum foil. Drizzle with olive oil. Toast in the oven until just brown.
Remove from oven, and place 1-inch square chunks of smoked salmon on each.
Meanwhile, mix lemon juice in with cream cheese, then stir in chopped dill. Add salt and pepper to taste. Fill piping bag (or pastry syringe) with cream cheese and top each crostini with dab of flavored cream cheese. Add chopped chives for garnish.
Very easy to make, and presentation is wonderful. Keeps for a few hours at room temperature, making it a great passed hors d''oerve.
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stevemur 2 years agoVery easy, elegant item to bring to a holiday party.
stevemur 2 years agoEasy and elegant! Great presentation.
Rendam 3 years agoTops. Great starter. Easy to make. Thanks
stevemur 3 years agoReally enjoyed this recipe!
nancyjStephens 3 years agoVery tasty. Relatively easy and quick to make. My guests liked it, even though I think I toasted the bread too long.
princessfiona 6 years agoThis was great! I used minced red onions in place of the chives and added more lemon juice. Delish!!
stevemur 8 years agoforgot to mention -- 1/2 teaspoon of sugar mixed in with the cream cheese is also a nice add.
mcrismon 8 years agoVery easy to make, and presentation is wonderful. Keeps for a few hours at room temperature, making it a great passed hors d'oerve.
stevemur 8 years agoMade these again tonight for a party. Simple, delicious. Suggested wine pairing: a chilled Savignon Blanc or champagne.
stevemur 9 years agoVery easy to make, and presentation is wonderful. Keeps for a few hours at room temperature, making it a great passed hors d'oerve.