Smoked salmon toasts with fried capers make a savory breakfast treat. Bring them to the holiday brunch table for a special treat all will love. This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
My husband and I were chatting about food last night (as we so often do in this house). He said he eats for how he’s going to feel an hour afterwards. I laughed. That man eats till he bursts more often than not, but it got me thinking… How do I eat? Some people may eat for fuel or health. Some may eat for comfort. I eat for the anticipation of the first bite.
If it’s a salad I’m craving, I want that first bite to be crisp and fresh, with a bit of tang and salt. I want to feel healthy and good about myself. If it’s macaroni and cheese I’m craving, I want to feel comforted. I want a perfect bite of ooey-gooey cheese and with a bit of baked golden crunch.
And, when I am craving a savory breakfast, I want a satisfying toast, topped with smooth PHILADELPHIA Original Cream Cheese Spread topped with goodies like smoked salmon, fried capers and pickled onions. That’s one tasty first bite to start the day.
Shouldn’t every morning start with an amazing breakfast? Whether you’re grabbing a quick bite before heading to work, or you’re feeding guests during the holidays, these Smoked Salmon Toasts with Fried Capers make the perfect breakfast or brunch treat.
Cut warm sourdough bread in 1″ thick slices. Top with PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese. Layer with smoked salmon, pickled onions, fried capers and dill. Enjoy immediately!
The star ingredient for these Smoked Salmon Toasts, PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese Spread, also comes in a variety of sweet and savory flavors. It’s perfect for adding a tasty twist to snacks and appetizers! PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese Spread contains no artificial preservatives, flavors or dyes, and can be found at your local Publix. What do you spread your Philly on?
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese. All thoughts and opinions are my own.