Salmon & Cucumber Rolls

These beautiful sushi-style rolls were recently featured in the March issue of WeightWatchers (UK) magazine for my Vintage Tea for Mother's Day article.



They also make a beautiful, refreshing starter or nibble to have with drinks.

Slices of cucumber are layered together to make a flat sheet which is then spread with cream cheese, smoked salmon and prawns. Rolled up and tied, then sliced into 3 sections, this is a feast for the eyes, so delicious and pretty.


Each portion (3 pieces) is 2pp/approx.100kcal


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You Will Need : (Per serving)


1 Cucumber

20g Smoked Salmon



I use these square sandwich slices.


20g Cooked, Peeled Prawns

35g Philadelphia Extra Light

Fresh Dill

Lemon Zest 


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Take a section of cucumber. Cut the ends off to ensure a neat finish.



Using a julienne peeler, cut strips of peel. You will need 3 per serving.



Using a vegetable peeler, slice 6-8 thin ribbons of cucumber. Overlap to form a rectangular sheet.



Gently lay one sheet of smoked salmon onto the cucumber.



Spread with the cream cheese . Lay the prawns in a line down the centre.



Add the dill and lemon zest.



Carefully, roll the cucumber to enclose the filling.



Using the strips of peel, tie in 3 places.



Cut into 3 sections and arrange on a pretty serving plate.


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