Dill Salmon Pita Pockets

Total Time
Prep 12 mins
Cook 2 mins

A very nice change of pace to the usual plain sandwich. Revised after being reveiwed to make it that much better! A reviewer said it was "too fishy"? I mean...it is salmon......next it'll be that a chicken recipe is "too poultry".

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine cucumber, pepper, onion, celery, and salmon.
  2. In another bowl, blend yogurt, mayonnaise, lemon juice, parsley, dill, and coriander.
  3. Stir dressing into salmon mixture.
  4. Serve in pita pockets or like a regular sandwich with lettuce leaves.
Most Helpful

I'm a naughty boy who has a tendency of throwing in random ingredients to make up for other ingredients that I don't have in stock. I'm too lazy to walk to the grocery store when it's way below freezing outside. I stuck to the recipe for the most part. There wasn't a single stalk of celery in the refrigerator, so I used celery salt. There were shredded carrots, however, and they added some color to the pockets (so did the red peppers). Like another reviewer mentioned, there was quite a bit of yogurt, although it may have been adjusted after her review. I didn't mind that so much, as I tend to go pretty sauce-heavy, even in my own recipes. I'll definitely use this recipe again whenever I have extra salmon flakes and vegetables left over. The pita pockets serve as an excellent and easy-to-prepare post-workout snack!

jpatel02004 January 26, 2013

These were okay, but the salmon tasted fishier than I thought it would. Maybe I just did it wrong.

Jenni B December 22, 2007