I made this for our staff potluck last month. The theme was April Fool’s food, but I was far too busy and tired to be creative so I made this instead. Actually, nobody followed the theme except for one person (she made cookie sandwiches that looked like hamburgers), so whoever wrote the theme down on the board should be banned from choosing themes in the future. That’s my two cents so there. Anyway, this recipe is from my friend’s mom, who served them at an engagement party last year. These flatbreads are simple, refreshing, and oh so tasty!
For this recipe, I’ll only be listing the ingredients and directions, without any measurements. Please feel free to add as much or as little of each ingredient as you’d like, depending on your preferences. If you like a lot of cream cheese, slather it on! If not, then a thin layer is the way to go. This goes for all the components of the flatbread. Have fun and enjoy!
Smoked Salmon and Cream Cheese Flatbread
- smoked salmon
- whipped cream cheese
- alfalfa sprouts
- grape or cherry tomatoes, quartered
- red onion, thinly sliced
- flatbread (also called lavash)
Set oven to broil. Lightly toast the flatbread for 2-3 minutes. Let cool.
Spread an even layer of cream cheese on the flatbread. Next, sprinkle as many capers as you’d like on it. Layer on the sprouts, tomatoes, red onion, and smoked salmon (in that order) until you’re happy. Cut into squares and enjoy as a light lunch or brunch side dish!