Salmon, Horopito, and Granny Smith Stacks
Try something different than crackers to make this delicious and healthy stack - topped off by Horopito.
Crisp Granny Smith apples provide crunch and flavour and something different when used as the base for Smoked Salmon, Spinach, and Horopito bites.
1 large lemon (or 2 smaller ones)
approx 200g smoked salmon (you can increase the amount of salmon for each stack as you prefer)
1 1/2 cups baby spinach leaves
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice (squeezed from a part of the lemon not cut up)
1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
3 Granny Smith apples, cut into approx 30 thin slices (cut out any seeds)
What to do:
Slice half of the large lemon (or all of a smaller one) into 4 slices. Cut each slice into 8 wedges.
In a bowl add the baby spinach leaves, lemon juice and olive oil, and toss around to coat the leaves.
Layout the apple slices in a single layer. If they are large slices you may want to further cut them in half. Add a layer of 1 or 2 spinach leaves to each apply slice. Then add a portion of smoked salmon to each.
Take the horopito, and sprinkle a reasonable covering across each bit of salmon.
Top each stack with 1 lemon wedge.
Serve (ideally soon afterwards, while the apple remains at it crispest).