Seaside Salmon Salad

"I've had this recipe forever; it was an instant hit the first time I made it, and now my daughter makes it for her family. If you are not a salmon fan, I imagine you could substitute tuna----but it is so tasty with the salmon, I've never had to alter it.It is great for picnics or family gatherings."
 
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photo by Leslie in Texas photo by Leslie in Texas
photo by Leslie in Texas
photo by Leslie in Texas photo by Leslie in Texas
Ready In:
35mins
Ingredients:
13
Serves:
6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Cook macaroni in boiling, salted water until tender. Drain.
  • Add Catalina dressing while still hot and toss. Chill.
  • Drain and flake salmon.
  • Add flaked salmon, celery, relish, eggs, green onion, parsley, seasonings and mayonnaise to macaroni. Toss all together lightly.
  • Chill at least 2 hours to marry the flavors.
  • Serve as a side dish or on lettuce leaves with sliced tomatoes and cucumbers as a meal.

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Reviews

  1. Leslie in Texas
    With daytime temperatures of 94 and a heat index of 104, I decided last night was a perfect time to try this recipe ! I made it as directed, except for the eggs, which I quartered and served with the salad and I added a couple of splashes of Frank's Red Hot sauce to the mixture. It was delicious - DH said several times how good it was and went back for seconds ! This is a definite keeper!
     
  2. Sydney Mike
    Made this recipe as given (although I was generous with the pickle relish) & was very pleased with the results! I'm not usually big on canned salmon, but do have a few recipes that use it, & this one will definitely be added to those as a keeper! Thanks for sharing it! [Made & reviewed for one of my adoptees in the current Pick A Chef event]
     
  3. sugarpea
    This is a great salmon psta slad and deserves to be made by more chefs. It's a little sweet but that can be easily counteracted with some Tabasco or other hot sauce if you prefer. This is a great summer dinner. Serve it over greens with a little extra dressing and you've got a complete dinner.
     
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