Famous Dave’s Smoked Salmon Dip Recipe

Famous Dave's Smoked Salmon Dip Recipe

Famous Dave’s smoked salmon dip recipe is a well-renowned spread that is versatile, tasty, and easy to cook. If you like unique flavored dips or spreads that go really well with meals with vegetables, you should definitely try this recipe out. This dish follows Famous Dave’s gluten-free recipe. So, you get added benefits if you are inclined towards gluten-free dishes!

How to Make Salmon Dip?

Famous Dave’s salmon dip is a great addition to your meals if you like fish-based spreads. There are several Famous Dave’s appetizers that have been made famous by people trying to imitate the recipes. This particular spread is great to have with asparagus, celery, jicama or nacho chips. 

So, without further ado, let us follow the recipe and attempt to recreate the dip.

Ingredients That You Will Need Are:

  • Eight ounces of cream cheese
  • One large fillet (around 2 cups) of shredded salmon 
  • Two tablespoons of Capers
  • Cayenne pepper, According to taste
  • Salt & pepper, According to taste
  • Dash of olive oil

Method of Preparing the Whole Foods Smoked Salmon Spread Step by Step:

Step 1: Dress the salmon with olive oil, salt, and pepper. 

Step 2: Bake the fillet in the oven at 350˚F for 30 minutes. Let cool when done. After it cools down, shred the baked salmon fillet with a fork. 

Step 3: Soften the cream cheese by mashing it with a spoon or fork. 

Step 4: Mix the shredded salmon fillet with cream cheese, capers, cayenne pepper. Adjust seasoning if needed. 

Step 5: Serve with vegetables, crunchy chips, or bread. You can also serve salmon dip with liquid smoke.


This salmon spread has a very brunch meal-like conformity. You can enjoy it with bruschetta pieces as well. The addition is up to you. You can try things out to have this dip with and decide which goes best with this spread. You will definitely enjoy cooking this simple and elegant dish.

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