Creamy salmon on toast – so easy to refresh and satiate!

Sometimes you can go easy on the weekend and have breakfast with little effort. That’s why we’re serving you our easy and delicious salmon cream on toast this morning!

This no-fuss spread is perfect for a tasty, buzzy brunch or a relaxing hangover breakfast. The delicious taste of the salmon is wonderful when combined with light mayonnaise, creamy cheese and spicy chives. If necessary, you can refine everything with a touch of horse. Excellent!

Other simple creams and custards for a colorful and tasty breakfast include:

Good ingredients in our salmon cream toast

If you like, you can also use your homemade mayonnaise to make the salmon cream. So you also know what the ingredients of mayonnaise are and you can refine and change them as you wish. It is best to use organic free-range eggs and also use the MSC seal and Alaskan and Northeast Atlantic varieties for salmon. This way you secure stocks, you make a small contribution to protecting the environment and you can enjoy salmon cream on toast with a clear conscience.

By the way: typical supermarket bread can also be made at home like toast. For example, sliced, with a soft brioche. As you bake this, we’ll explain where toast comes from and why simple white bread is so popular.

By the way, we discuss more random and wise facts about the great world of culinary art in our kitchen talk. Here you will find inspiration for your next cooking session and material to laugh, think about and use in the kitchen!

Creamy toasted salmon garnished with fresh chives and served on a wood-fired ceramic plate.


Refreshing salmon cream on toasted bread


Salmon cream on toast – that’s how the morning starts!

the preparation

  1. Wash the chives, shake them dry and finely chop them together with the smoked salmon. Toast the toast in the toaster or fry it in a frying pan with a little fat.

  2. Mix mayonnaise with cream cheese and lemon juice and mix with chives and salmon. Season with salt and pepper and serve with toast.

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