The open sandwich recipe below is a tall sandwich because of the layers of colorful toppings. The recipe is easy to create your own tall open sandwich.
Below is a our recent YouTube video on how to make a SMØRBRØD open face sandwich.
- 1 slice of white bread (Italian or French)
- butter (European-style butter is easier to spread)
- 2 tablespoons of cream cheese
- 2 pieces of smoked salmon
- 3 or 4 pieces of shrimp
- 1 to 2 teaspoons of caviar
- 1 large pieces Boston or Romaine lettuce leaves
- chopped parsley or dill for taste & decoration
- 1 lemon wedge slice for garnish
Smoked Salmon Rolls:
- First spread cream cheese across two slices of smoked salmon.
- Sprinkle chopped dill across the cream cheese.
- Roll the cream cheese up into a roll.
- Place the smoked salmon rolls onto a plate and put it in the refrigerator.
- After an hour, take the plate out of the refrigerator. Slice the rolls into 1/4 inch slices. (See our video)
- Before adding a topping, spread butter onto either a slice of French or Italian bread. This protects the bread from moisture.
- Place a piece of either Boston or Romaine lettuce leaves on the bread.
- Then, place 3 or pieces of shrimp one end of the white bread
- Next place 4 slices of the Norwegian smoked salmon rolls next to the shrimp on the bread.
- Add one or two teaspoons of caviar over the shrimp
- Garnish with a wedge of lemon and dill
Serve on plate with silverware. It is a great sandwich for either lunch or dinner.
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*how to make Danish Christmas rice pudding with cherry sauce dessert recipe (Risalamande med kirsebærsauce)
*how to make Swedish Glogg for Christmas & cold evenings! (glögg or mulled wine recipe)
*how to make aeblskiver (æbleskiver)
*how to make Danish Christmas Klejner
*how to make easy Danish cucumber salad (arguksalat)
*how to make Danish sugar browned potatoes (brunede kartofler)
*how to make Danish red cabbage (rødkaal)
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