Salmon Salad Sandwiches

"A little fancier than the normal tuna sandwiches, but delicious and good for you"
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  • Whisk together yogurt, mayo, mustard, dill, and lemon juice. Stir in salmon and red onion. Season with salt and pepper. Place lettuce on 4 bread slices, arrange salmon salad and cucumbers on top and cover with remaining bread slices.

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  1. This was excellent. We just loved it. Thanks for posting.
  2. I was looking for a sandwich recipe with things I had on hand so I used sour cream, dried dill (1T fresh = 1t dry), and a white onion (that I cooked slightly in the microwave with a little olive oil). I thought this was a great sandwich, but I wouldn't say it's to die for (hence why it's only 4 stars). I would make this again though! Thanks for the recipe!
  3. A Wonderful change healthy and tasty! We Used the sour cream but used 3oz cream cheese instead of the mayo. We learned that lemon is real good, but will over power the flavor of the salmon if you add too much. We used canned wild alaskan "premium" salmon with sour dough bread slices, also tried multi grain breads. This is very yummie and NOT fishy, but a very pleasing seafood flavor in the end. We like to make all the sandwiches "up" wrap good and stored in the fridge. When salad is chilled it takes on even more flavors. I like them slightly chilled, but not too cold. The canned red sockeye Salmon tastes very fresh and a lot less fishy than the Pink salmon. Thanks for posting this new-fresh tasting idea Mapaklenk........j&j
  4. I am trying to eat more salmon and this was an easy way. I was surprised how similar it tasted to tuna! I used half plain yogurt and mayo. I only had dried dill on hand. Thanks for posting, Mapaklenk. Roxygirl


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