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Personally I would suggest base it on your tastes. Smoked Salmon and or Lox might be good. However having made roughly 20,000 of those little phyllo triangles I would say that the filling will be quite wet due to the cottage cheese and eggs. If you add the salmon raw, you'll increase that. This will inhibit the cooking. While 18-20 minutes is more than enough time to cook salmon, the triangle is pretty tightly wrapped and the liquid I mentioned etc. You'll spend most of the time browning the outside and only heating up the center. I suggest poaching the salmon in a court bouillion and then cooling it and flaking it before mixing in.
Again this is just my opinion.
 
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