MSC Smoked Sockeye Salmon
Our gourmet wild caught Sockeye Salmon takes its name from Kodiak Island in the cold, deep waters of the Alaskan Gulf. These crystal clear waters are world-famous for the quality of fish caught there – especially wild Sockeye Salmon.
- • Premium MSC Sockeye is crafted from MSC-certified sustainable Sockeye Salmon stock.
- • This wild-caught salmon is traditionally smoked and prepared according to a centuries-old family recipe involving careful curing and light smoking using only 100% natural ingredients.
- • Only the very best Sockeye Salmon, seasoned with savory salts and a smoky blend of oak and birch wood, provides the smooth, silky taste that characterizes our MSC Wild Caught Sockeye salmon.
Serving suggestion: Remove the salmon from the refrigerator 15 minutes prior to serving. Serve with bread, bagels or crackers as an appetizer, or try the following recipe:
SMOKED SALMON BRUSCHETTA
- 1 good quality baguette
- 4oz smoked salmon 1oz cream cheese
- 1Tbsp finely chopped red onion (optional)
- 1Tbsp finely chopped capers
- 1Tbsp olive oil
- 2oz dill Havarti cheese (grated)
Turn oven on to broil. Slice baguette on a diagonal into 6 ½-inch slices. Cut salmon on a diagonal into 6 thin slices, blend cream cheese, onions and capers together. Brush olive oil one side of bread, arrange on a baking sheet, and toast until they begin to brown, approx. 3-5 minutes. Turn the bread over, spread with the cream cheese mixture, add the slice of salmon, sprinkle with grated cheese. Return to broiler and cook until cheese begins to melt, approx. 3-5 minutes.
This smoked salmon bruschetta can be prepared hours in advance and refrigerated, but are quick enough to make and serve in 15 minutes.
For more recipe ideas go to our recipe section.
Product Ingredients: Sockeye Salmon “Oncorhynchus nerka” (caught in the Gulf of Alaska, FAO 67), salt, sugar and smoke.
Origin: USA, smoked and cured in The Netherlands.
Net weight: 4 oz., 113g.
Keep refrigerated at 38˚F.
CAUTION: Despite meticulous filleting, a small fishbone might remain.
Seven Seas International USA