How to Make Spooky Salmon Brain Dip
Blogger Dot Dorsner shares her Halloween spin on an adult treat as part of the Care.com Interview Series
Every year, Nancy "Dot" Dorsner takes a break from her blog, Dabbled, to invite friends and family for a big Halloween Party, and every year she makes a point to do some really fun and spooky food. This salmon 'brain' dip is a great creepy looking appetizer that is really popular with both kids and adults, and of course, with the zombies!
Degree of Difficulty: Easy
- 1 package Cream or Neufchâtel cheese - leave a room temperature to soften.
- 1 6-8oz piece of salmon, cooked (Just sprinkle with salt & pepper, and cook in whatever manner you want. You could grill it, or put in under the broiler, or cook it stove top)
- 2 Tablespoons Sour Cream
- Optional: Sriracha sauce, or Tabasco, to taste.
- Lemon juice
Check out Dot's blog for the full tutorial for this fantastic and creepy dip!
Nancy "Dot" Dorsner is a blogger, artist and web designer in Atlanta, GA. Her blog, Dabbled.org, is all about experimenting and having fun with art, craft, and food. Dot started blogging in 2007 as a way to try to document all of her 'unfinished projects', and things just grew from there. Dabbled specializes in eco-friendly upcycling (like making homemade 'shrinky dinks'), 'geeky' projects (like the Dr. Who Dalek cake), has a particular love for all things Halloween. Dabbled and Nancy's projects have been featured both in print and online, including in Make Magazine, MSNBC, Craftzine.com, Babble's Top 50 Craft Blogs, and many more.