Citrus Gin and Tonic Salmon
The bitterness of dry gin and sharp citrus tones in this recipe cut through the rich salmon, making it the perfect canapé or starter. Try this citrus gin and tonic salmon recipe in only 5 easy steps!
Peanut butter and jelly, bacon and eggs, spaghetti and meatballs, all classic combos. Let us introduce you to another incredible pair: Citrus gin and tonic salmon!
This citrus gin and tonic salmon recipe is simple to make and can be enjoyed as a boujee starter or delicious canapé on your grazing board. Make it a budget-friendly option by using smaller pieces of salmon to feed 6-10 people as a canape. Alternatively, wow your guests and serve it as a starter, scaling the recipe to allow for 70-90g of cured salmon per person. Serve this bright and zesty salmon alongside your favourite accompaniments. We love it on latkes with a slick of cream cheese, perched on crackers or next to a bright and simple cucumber salad.
Because all the alcohol is naturally removed in the process, this is a family-friendly recipe for all to enjoy. If you try this recipe, let us know how it goes! Leave a comment, rate it, and don’t forget to tag your photo #theculinarycartel on Instagram so we can see what you come up with. See our Instagram recipe video here.
Give our other snack recipes a go and make an impression this festive season. Happy cooking!
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I make this gluten-free?
This dish is gluten-free! When serving simply opt for gluten-free accompaniments
Can I substitute other fish in this dish?
You can substitute the salmon in this dish for salmon trout. Can’t get your hands on salmon or salmon trout? Why not try our Mango Ceviche