I came up with this idea for canapés on New Year's Eve, and they went down a treat. I expect someone's thought of them before, but they were utterly delicious, and I would, without any hesitation, serve them again.
First, you need to get hold of some miniature blinis. Mine came in a packet from Sainsbury's, but they were fine. You'll find that they have been pre-cooked, so you will need to heat them up in the oven for about five to ten minutes. Grate some fresh horseradish into several spoonfuls of sour cream (making sure you grate across the base of the root) and add a squeeze of lemon juice.
Spread the blinis with the sour cream, horseradish and lemon juice. Cut up some cured herring (ie marinated roll-mops) and place a small "square" of the herring onto the blinis. Top up with a teaspoon of keta caviar (that's that wonderful juicy orange stuff from H. Forman & Sons) and arrange the blinis on a serving plate. Finish the canapés off by sprinkling freshly chopped dill over the canapés and the plate. Happy New Year!