Salmon Salad Sandwich Filling
photo by GaylaJ
- Ready In:
- Combine everything in a small bowl.
- Salt and pepper to taste.
- Spoon into a pita with some lettuce or spinach, onto whole grain bread, or into a wrap.
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This recipe made great use of my lonely leftover salmon fillet. I broke it apart, tossed it with the tomato (a whole small Roma), onion, and also a few capers (just sounded good), then whisked the olive oil and mustard together and drizzled it over. This was wonderful in a wrap, and I did enjoy the addition of the capers. Thanks for sharing your friend's recipe!
This made a very satisfying lunch between slices of whole grain bread. The salmon was canned Alaskan pink salmon. I did use a whole small homegrown tomato and the onions were sliced scallions. Following GaylaJ, I added a few capers to the mix and possibly next time around may try a squeeze of fresh lemon juice. Something I will make again for a lunch on the go.
lovely recipe, very easy to make perfect fr that quick sarnie.. ??I gree with the others and feel thje ddition of capers would give it a bit more of a lift that i think it needed and i will try that next tme. I mitted the tomato as ididnt haveany fresh to hand. Still great though, thanks for sharing
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