11 Reviews

This was an awesome, refreshing change! I had left-over salmon & I mashed it up fine, but if I don't have that next time I want it, I will use a can of salmon. I am allergic to onions, garlic & most seasonings, so this was great! I just left out the dill! I did add extra celery, cuccumbers, romaine hearts cut up & black olives & it was great. I had it on some french bread & that was a full meal! Thanks so much, now I don't have to eat just tuna or chicken salad & I LOVE salmon, but hadn't thought of this. Live & learn!

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MollyRLove November 03, 2007

This certainly was a good way to use up the last bit of barbecued salmon. I can see adding all sorts of other ingredients to this. We had it on toasted sourdough bread. We put tartar sauce on the bread, then the salmon salad. Thank you for sharing

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Tisherself May 13, 2009

Delicious, and super easy! Thanks.

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Juniper August 16, 2006

This was great! What a wonderful change from tuna salad. I used 2 6oz cans of skinless boneless salmon. It made an exceptionally delicious sandwich. It is also great as a snack on crackers. Highly recomended!!

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Krittersmom July 07, 2006

Great tasting salad; a very nice change from tuna salad. Loved the Dijon flavor. I used my leftover lemon herb salmon. I added some chopped onion and black pepper. Great way to use your leftover salmon. I'll make this again. Thanx for sharing.

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*Parsley* January 20, 2006

A wonderful salad. I used leftover salmon from Marg's Grilled Sesame Salmon Steak #98538 and used water chestnuts in place of celery because my celery was past it's prime and rather bitter. A bit of fresh dill and salt/pepper topped off this dish for a tasty light dinner. Thanks!

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Kathy :-( July 22, 2005

This is really very tasty. I cut the top off tomatoes and scooped out the seeds and insides, I turned them upside down to drain. I made this salad as written and after chilling it, I filled the tomatoes with the salad and put the top of the tomatoes back in place. This was sooooooo good! Thank you!

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kaemurphy September 03, 2012

Very Tasty. I used tuna instead of salmon and added black pepper.

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55tbird February 24, 2011

We had this for dinner last night. I used two cans of salmon (I think they are 14.5oz each?) and it was about 3 c., so I multiplied the recipe by 1 1/2. I didn't get any complaints, but I didn't get any raves either. Personally, I still thought it was a little plain even with the dill and mustard.

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evewitch February 23, 2011

Amazing!! And I'm not really a fish fan, but I can see this being made often!

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Gin Gin February 24, 2009
Salmon Salad