Smoked Salmon Nori Rolls

These elegant canapés, are simple to prepare and suitable for Fodmap, Diabetic and Gluten Free diets.

The mouth-sized bites are suggestive of sushi, though filled with cream cheese. This makes them a cooking-free canapé. I have found them very popular as much for visual impact as the delicious smoked salmon and cream cheese combination.

Diets for which Smoked Salmon Nori Rolls are suitable:

Diabetic, Fodmap, Gluten Free, Low Calorie, Low Fat and Nut Free.


Preparation: 20 mins | Serves: 20 pieces

10 slices smoked salmon
100 gm (3 oz) cream cheese*
2 tbsp dill, finely chopped**
1 nori seaweed


BEAT cream cheese till soft.
MIX dill with the soft cream cheese.
CUT salmon into rectangles (initially cut one to establish the right size and the way to fold).
PLACE a teaspoon of cream cheese in the centre of the slice of salmon.
TUCK in the two far ends of the triangle and roll the slice of salmon to create a neat parcel.
CUT the nori into very thin strips. Moisten by dipping in a bowl of water.
WRAP the nori strip around the salmon.
REFRIGERATE before serving.


– Can be stored for up to two days in the refrigerator (check the salmon useby date)


* Cream cheese in small quantities is usually acceptable for Fodmap diets.
** Sesame oil is a good replacement for dill (not Nut Free diet).

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