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This smoked salmon dip is so creamy and delicious! With the smoked salmon flavor on stage followed by a hint of lemon and dill, this dip is SO GOOD!

I love dips because they are easy and delicious! If you like them too and want to try more, then start with this Crab Dip, Hot Corn Dip, and Creamy Chicken Alfredo Dip!

Smoked salmon dip in a bowl with some garnish.

Salmon dip

I bought salmon dip in the store and not only is it super expensive, but also has just a little bit of salmon flavor! This dip is SO much better and you can taste the smoked salmon so strongly in every single bite! And when you pair it with some flavorful cream cheese and some lemon, garlic and dill … well … it doesn’t get much better!

I especially love this dip because it can be used on so many occasions! It’s chic enough to use as a starter at a Christmas dinner. Or you can make it yourself and add it to crackers, crostini, or even a toasted bagel for breakfast. This dip is delicious! Since it only takes 5 minutes to whip up, I bet you will make it all the time! I know I do. Enjoy!

Ingredients for smoked salmon dip

When you mix these ingredients together, you mix a little piece of heaven! It’s so, so good! See the recipe card below for a list of the exact ingredient dimensions!

  • Cream cheese: If you set this beforehand so that it is room temperature when mixing, the dip will be a lot smoother!
  • Mayonnaise: Low fat or regular will work fine!
  • Sour cream: This will help add a little spice to it.
  • smoked salmon: Just hack this up quickly, it doesn’t have to be perfect since you’re mixing it in anyway.
  • Lemon juice: I only used bottled lemon juice for this recipe, but you can always use fresh!
  • Garlic powder: I love everything with garlic.
  • Worchestershire: You may not be able to say this word, but it makes any recipe delicious!
  • Dill: This is the secret ingredient to make this dip extra tasty!

Let’s bathe a little!

If you have 5 minutes, you will have plenty of time to prepare this smoked salmon dip! As simple as that! It’s also super tasty!

  1. Mix ingredients: In a food processor, add the cream cheese, mayonnaise, sour cream, salmon, lemon juice, garlic powder, Worcestershire, and dill.
  2. Pulse and serve: Pulse until smooth and creamy. Surcharge.

2 pictures showing a food processor in which the ingredients are put and then mixed.

Why serve it

If you look at this smoked salmon dip and think it looks super tasty but have no idea what to eat it with … I’m here to tell you! Here are some ideas that are so delicious to eat with this dip!

  • Cracker: It goes without saying that crackers and dip are a heavenly combination! Try some Ritz crackers, some thin wheat, or even one of the special crackers they have at Trader Joes!
  • Bread: I love bread and dip! Try this crostini, that French baguette or even that delicious sourdough with this dip!
  • Bagels: At brunch you always see unusual seafood spreads. But with this recipe you can have it in the comfort of your own home! This dip tastes fantastic on a toasted bagel or biscuit!

A crostini slice is dipped in smoked salmon dip.

Keep leftovers

Whether you do this ahead of time or just have extra, you can easily save it for later! Put it in an airtight container in your fridge and it will keep for up to 5 days! Double the amount and enjoy!

Dip is just something I like to make and have in my fridge. It’s a great snack for me, and it’s also the best starter for any gathering! Here are a few of my favorite and proven dip recipes that I love and that I use all the time. There’s a lot of variety so there should be something for everyone!

Serves: 8th

Calories184kcal (9%)carbohydrates2G (1%)protein6thG (12%)fat17thG (26%)Saturated Fat7thG (35%)Polyunsaturated fat4thGMonounsaturated fatty acids4thGTrans fats1Gcholesterol43mg (14%)sodium308mg (13%)potassium92mg (3%)fiber1G (4%)sugar1G (1%)Vitamin A456IE (9%)vitamin C1mg (1%)calcium39mg (4%)iron1mg (6%)

All nutritional information is based on third party calculations and is only an estimate. Every recipe and nutritional value depends on the brands, measuring methods and serving sizes used per household.

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