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So good! Used scallions instead of chives, Frank's red hot sauce instead of Tabasco and 1/2 a jalapeno pepper chopped up fine. Omitted the lemon juice as I didn't have any and sliced up some cucumbers and threw them onto pumpernickel bread with the spread. Great alternative to other canned salmon recipes i also love.

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Kyle Newton December 30, 2009

This takes salmon sandwiches to a new level! I substituted 1 tbsp dried chives, spread the mixture on some healthy type bread from the bakery & topped everything with freshly ground pepper. Thanx Lennie!

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CountryLady October 22, 2003

I hardly ever use canned salmon. For some reason, I just don't think of it. This recipe has been in my lunch cookbook for quite a while and I decided to try it. The filling had an understated zesty little kick. I think I could have handled a little more Tabasco and/or pepper for a slightly more pronounced bite. This was great on pumpernickel bread. Thanks for a new brown bag idea.

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ratherbeswimmin' March 13, 2007

Great sandwich! I often eat salmon doused with sriracha, so this was right down my alley. When I started to make the filling, I realized my chives weren't as fresh as I would have liked, so I subbed green onions. Not being afraid of heat, I used plenty of Tabasco's habanero version. I also added some freshly ground black pepper. Sure glad I doubled the recipe, because my husband and I really loved it--thanks for posting!

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GaylaJ January 18, 2006

Wonderful salmon Lennie! I have never had canned salmon with capers in it, but we just loved it. I used two cans of salmon (doubled all other ingredients) and subbed green onions for the chives, Made this in the morning, and let it sit in the fridge for about 6 hours to blend the flavors, This is not your average everyday salmon sandwich, this one has intense flavors going! This will definately be a repeater, just delicious!...Kitten:)

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Kittencal@recipezazz July 12, 2005

This is now my "new favorite" sandwhich. I really like salmon, and all the flavors mixed together on fresh rye bread is absolutely scrumptious!! Hope your well Lennie, thanks for the greaty sandwhich.

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Dana-MMH June 22, 2005

Well, I cranked up the bread machine this morning, making some rye bread. I got on Zaar to see if I could find a simple idea for sandwishes for an easy supper. Your salmon fit the bill! I had everthing in except chives so I used green onion. It's a keeper! Thanks.

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RecipeMonster March 17, 2005

Very nice salmon sandwich with a nice kick, very flavourfull, love the capers and chives. Didn't have any pumpernickle or dark rye in but we did have a wonderfull 3 korn country bread that was very compatable.We enjoyed it very much and will be making it again, thanks for posting it.

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Derf June 01, 2004

Great new twiest to salmon sandwiches! I had some nice fresh chives in the garden and did everything else according to the recipe, other than the pumpernickle. I used whole grain pita pockets and stuffed the salmon mixture in those along with some baby greens. Definitely a keeper. Thanks Lennie.

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Just Call Me Martha May 10, 2004
Eye Opening Salmon Sandwiches