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Maple and Smoked Salmon Waffle Bites: A Perfect Sweet and Savory Aperitif

Perfect bites for an aperitif: maple or boreal vanilla waffles and smoked salmon

A unique marriage of flavors

Waffle bites with maple or boreal vanilla are an interesting option for sweet and sour lovers. These light, crispy bites are topped with fresh cream cheese, delicate smoked salmon and a touch of finely chopped chives. The rich flavors of maple or boreal vanilla pair perfectly with the salty and smoky salmon, creating an explosion of flavors in the mouth. This recipe is perfect for an appetizer or quick snack, and it's easy to customize according to your tastes and desires.

The maple waffle and smoked salmon bites offer a marriage of sweet and savory flavors. The maple brings a sweet and caramelized note that goes perfectly with the salty and delicate smoked salmon. It's a combination that appeals to those who like flavor contrasts and are looking for a unique taste experience.

On the other hand, the waffle bites with boreal vanilla and smoked salmon are also a great combination of flavors. Boreal vanilla brings a subtle and delicate note of vanilla that blends harmoniously with smoked salmon. It is an option for those who prefer a softer and subtle flavor, without losing the touch of salty that goes so well with smoked salmon.

🔍 Information Details
⏱️ Preparation time 10 minutes
🍳 Cooking time No cooking
⏲️ Total time 10 minutes
🔧 Difficulty level Easy
🍽️ Servings 4 people
🔥 Calories (approximate) 380 calories per serving

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Preparation time : 10 minutes | Servings: 4 people

The choice between maple waffle bites and boreal vanilla waffle bites depends on individual taste preferences. If you're curious to taste both options, you can try them at your next aperitif party and see which one is more popular with your guests.

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