Salmon and Goat Cheese Apple Slices

Oh dear. I’ve joined the apple craze. Apples, apples, apples! I went apple picking last week and kinda got carried away with the amount I picked…

So, expect a LOT of apple recipes for a bit 🙂 

Salmon and Goat Cheese Apple Slices

Salmon and Goat Cheese Apple Slices 


1 large apple 

4 oz plain organic goat cheese 

1/3 cup salmon, cooked and cut into small bits 

1 tsp rosemary 

1 tsp parsley 

1 tsp lemon juice 

salt and pepper 

1 tbsp sunflower seeds, shells removed


Preheat the oven to 325 degrees and grease a baking sheet. Cut apple into thin slices. Place slices on sheet and bake for 10 minutes. Afterwards, take out and let cool.

Combine goat cheese, salmon, rosemary, parsley, lemon juice, salt and pepper. Spoon and spread on the just-baked apple slices. Top with sunflower seeds and place back in the oven for 5 more minutes.  


7 responses to this post.

  1. Our part of Sweden is somewhat famous for its apples. They’re in season now, and its been a great crop this year.

    I might just give the apple / salmon combo a run out as a starter today…!


  2. Wow this is delicious! Love the recipe! 🙂


  3. With such an eclectic set of ingredients, there’s no way I can’t make this. Apple is great in salads, but I’ve never tried it with salmon. As is the same for goat cheese, since it has a incredibly rustic flavor. I’m just wondering what it’ll all taste like now.

    BTW, I made the onion and apple BBQ chicken you’d written about. It was so good! I’d wished I made more, though. It came out amazingly moist inside, but I suppose because I kept it covered, which really made a difference with the flavor!

    Keep posting these great recipes, Deanna–I’m loving them!


    • Thank you so much for your thoughtful comment! I’m so glad you liked the BBQ chicken! And I love hearing feedback and knowing what people think of a recipe! (Plus, it lets me know that I’m not always talking to myself 😉 )
      As for this recipe, the flavor of the cheese and salmon is quite unique, but delicious. Surprisingly, it was the rosemary that came through the most for us (our rosemary spice is pretty strong though). Hope you get around to trying it!!!


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