Mini-sandwich skewers

The only thing unusual about these sandwiches is their stature, but this makes them a surprising snack, amuse-bouche or garnish. Here, salmon takes the centre stage, but these sandwiches could just as easily be made with any other ingredient. 

Makes 20 pieces.

Mini-sandwich skewers

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cream cheese



whipping cream

As needed:


olive oil



white bread, in long slices




As needed:


smoked salmon

As needed:


salt and black pepper

Preparation method

  • For the sandwich bread, mix the soft cheese with the double cream, olive oil, and salt and pepper, and spread on the bread.
  • Using a mandoline, slice the cucumber thinly and distribute the slices over the white bread with cheese spread.
  • Top with the salmon or topping of your choice.
  • Prepare as double-decker sandwiches and allow to firm up in the refrigerator.
  • Carefully slice into 3x3cm squares, and stack in pairs.
  • Fix the stacks with an attractive skewer and refrigerate, covered, until serving.

Serving suggestions

  • As a component in a lunch dish.
  • As a little snack or amuse-bouche.
  • As a side with a soup, e.g. a cucumber or watercress soup.

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