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Cucumber appetizers with boursin Cheese, smoked salmon & capers. Simple to make yet fancy & delicious!
I entertain friends & family often – at times unexpected. I try to have an assortment of quick to make hors d’oeuvres & appetizers to eat on hand. No one comes to my house without being fed – that’s surely the Italian in me ♥
Summer is my favorite! I’m surrounded by farms with roadside produce stands everywhere. I try to utilize fresh and local veggies as much as I can.
Cucumbers everything!!! They’re so crisp and flavorful when fresh plus crazy cheap! I make numerous cucumber appetizers and salads – check out my Ginger Cucumber Salad!
I have a few tricks up my sleeve – and in my fridge. I’ve fallen in love with Boursin® Cheese and always keep a box or two in my fridge. It’s perfect for last minute entertaining or anytime snacking.
I can’t get over the Boursin® Garlic & Fine Herbs Cheese. So creamy, yet crumbly, with sooooo much flavor. It takes any cheese plate from basic to beautiful.
Of course I serve it on a cheese block with some good crackers. Crackers are to be expected, simple and to the point.
Then I go and take it up a notch. I throw together something a little more special, something with some wow factor, with just a few minutes of kitchen time.
All it takes is cucumber slices layered with a generous spread of Boursin® Cheese, a sliver of smoked salmon and a caper or two. A few simple ingredients combined create extraordinary flavors!
So be ready for your holiday company – expected or not : )
Thanks so much for stopping by!
- 1 cucumber peeled & sliced
- Boursin® Garlic & Fine Herbs Cheese
- thinly sliced smoked salmon cut into slivers
- Peel & slice cucumber.
- Spread a generous amount of Boursin® Garlic & Fine Herbs Cheese on top of each cucumber slice.
- Place a thin sliver of smoked salmon on top of cheese. If you'd like to serve it as pictured, wrap it around the bottom of a toothpick and carefully slide off.
- Place a caper or two on top.
- Serve & enjoy 🙂