Thought this was excellent! Took the hint from the previous reviewer and omitted salt. With the capers and the salmon it was plenty salty without it. I also exchanged the English muffin for a tortilla to make a delicious healthy breakfast wrap. I will definitely make this again!! Angel Richmond VA
The sodium content of this recipe is a bit high for us watching our blood pressure. As an alternative skip the salt and add the smoked salmon to the eggs. It comes out like chopped ham & scrambled eggs but the heavy dose of salt in the smoked salmon does double duty in salting the eggs. solidpoint Sacramento CA
This was a great recipe I substituted ezekiel 4.9 whole grain bread instead of the muffin to get the extra fiber and i did not add salt the smoked salmon has enough salt content to flavor the sandwich. Eat well to live well people! Khalil Philadelphia Pa
@Anonymous from solidpoint sacramento CA I did exactly as you and it came out great used the salmon to salt the eggs in the pan and cooked the salmon with the eggs and added an extra slice of tomato plus skipped the salt trying to watch my sodium intake as well as calories and sugars but it is an excellent recipe quick and easy and very satisfying also used a regular english muffin instead of whole wheat couldnt find the wheat at the store last night but still a great recipe with a side of yogurt mmmm
Cut down on the cooking time by nuking the egg white and omitting onions....Egg Beaters cheese and chives are a good sub for the egg whites.... Weight Watchers English muffins are smaller than regular muffins which makes the sandwich look more stacked! lol Lovin' the smoked salmon at brekkie!!