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Quinoa Cakes with Smoked Salmon

November/December 2012

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These crisp quinoa cakes spiked with smoked salmon and topped with lemony sour cream make a lovely appetizer.


Quinoa Cakes with Smoked Salmon

6 Reviews for Quinoa Cakes with Smoked Salmon

01/19/2015
Anonymous
Make these at least once a month

I make these quinoa cakes usually once a month. I use half the cakes for dinner, and then freeze the remaining half (uncooked) for dinner another night. I also serve these as a lettuce wrap. I use Bibb lettuce, a few slices of avocado, and the lemony sauce (made with yogurt), and it is always a huge hit! I do tend to use less dill than the recipe calls for, and often times use dried dill rather than fresh (reducing the quantity to compensate for the dried version). Even my 3 year old will eat them!

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10/08/2013

I thought these were really good. I used them as a main dish, instead of an appetizer. But, there was way too much dill for my taste. I will make these again, but I think I'll just try using only half the dill.

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08/11/2013

I really enjoyed these, but there was a bit too much dill for my taste. I will make these again, but I'll use1/4 to 1/2 cup of dill. I think, also, that I'll try a yogurt based sauce.

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08/11/2013

I really enjoyed these, but there was a bit too much dill for my taste. I will make these again, but I'll use1/4 to 1/2 cup of dill. I think, also, that I'll try a yogurt based sauce.

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12/01/2012
Anonymous
A hit at Thanksgiving

I couldn't find fresh dill, so they may have tasted even better had I used the correct ingredient. That said, these were very very tasty! and well liked by all at Thanksgiving. I used a tri-color quinoa that was pre-rinsed. I thought the recipe had a lot of steps, but considering it was the only thing I had to make for Thanksgiving it was well worth the time and effort.

Tasty, relatively easy
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