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Smoked salmon is a popular ingredient in canapés, often combined with cream cheese and lemon juice, or 'bulked out' with other fish.
In America, smoked salmon is normally sliced very thinly and is often served on bagels with cream cheese, or on Melba toast with sliced red onion, lemon and capers.
In Europe, smoked salmon may be found thinly sliced or in thicker fillets (such as tsar fillet), or sold as chopped 'scraps' for use in cooking. It is often used in pâtés, quiches and pasta sauces. Scrambled eggs with smoked salmon mixed in is another popular dish.
Slices of smoked salmon are a popular appetiser in Europe, usually served with some kind of bread. In the UK it is typically eaten with brown bread and a squeeze of lemon; in Germany it is eaten on toast or black bread.
Smoked salmon is sometimes used in sushi, though not widely in Japan, and is more likely to be encountered in North American sushi bars, for example in a "BC roll" or "Philadelphia Roll".
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