Best Smoked Fish Dip Recipe only 4 ingredients!
The best smoked fish dip recipe is the easiest, and with only four ingredients you can make a super fish dip that’s a fantastic value and sure to be a tasty hit at parties and family gatherings. I like using smoked sardines, but any smoked fish will do the trick.
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We paid $3.49 for a 6.7 oz can of Bar Harbor brand smoked sardines at our local grocery. The BEST PRICE I found online was for a 12 pack of smoked sardines already seasoned with black pepper. You can check out the current prices for Smoked Sardines on Amazon, here is our affiliate link
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Ingredients for Quick Smoked Fish Dip
14 oz SMOKED SARDINES
(plus natural juices from the can, maybe)
8 oz CREAM CHEESE
4 Tbsp CREAMY HORSERADISH
3 Tbsp LEMON JUICE (or rice vinegar)
½ tsp powdered CHIPOTLE or SMOKED PAPRIKA
SALT and PEPPER to taste
How to Make Fish Dip
When I was a kid, I loathed sardines. My dad used to eat sardines on ritz crackers while watching football on tv, and man did that stuff stink up the house! I was only a little kid, but that memory has stayed with me. My dad bought sardines packed in mustard, or tomato sauce, and because of the smelly association I have from childhood, I never buy sardines packed in mustard or tomato. Is that stuff any good? Adult me might have a different perspective now, but adult me isn’t ready to find out yet. But I do know that plain-jane smoked sardines packed in their own juices are fantastic.
You can use any smoked seafood for this recipe, but smoked sardines are an economical choice and very easy to find.
I paid $3.49 for a 6.7 oz can of Bar Harbor brand smoked sardines at our local grocery. The BEST PRICE I found online was for a 12 pack of smoked sardines already seasoned with black pepper. You can check out the current prices for Smoked Sardines on Amazon, here is our affiliate link
In a bowl, add softened cream cheese. Drain sardines from the natural juices and add fish to the bowl. Add lemon juice and creamy horseradish and mix everything together until blended well.
Taste test and adjust ingredients as desired.
For more flavor, add cracked black pepper, or a little smoked paprika for chipotle powder, but take it easy on the added ingredients, because you don’t want to muddle the great taste of smoked fish.
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This is a MUST TRY fish tartare recipe. This tartare recipe would probably work best with tuna but I use yellowtail snapper in this how to make fish tartare catch n cook episode on the South Florida Fishing Channel. Oh did I mention I have a badly smoking boat! haha, maybe time to get a new engine?
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We catch n cook some yellowtail snapper. We caught red grouper fishing but they were out of season! We also catch mutton snapper but they were too small. However we catch 2 yellowtail snapper for this catch n cook and i'm going to show you the best fish tartare recipe ever! This is how to make fish tartare!
This is a must try fish recipe using snapper. Tuna tartare would also be good vs snapper tartare. I think almost any fish would be good to make tartare. What do YOU think is the best fish to make tartare with?
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I will make fish tartare again real soon as this is my favorite fish tartare recipe out there! The best recipe in the world! I ate that whole bowl after the catch n cook camera stopped rolling! I was a little skeptical at first making a snapper tartare recipe as most people I know use tuna, but using smoked fish in the fish tartare recipe was delicious! The tartare tasted much better than the previous smoking boat fail!
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