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Blackened Salmon Sandwich

April/May 2006, EatingWell Serves Two

Your rating: None Average: 4.2 (99 votes)

Blackened salmon is great in a sandwich with a spread of mashed avocado and low-fat mayonnaise plus peppery arugula leaves, cool tomato slices and zesty red onion. We grill our Cajun-style salmon so there is no need for any added cooking oil. Catfish makes an excellent stand-in for the salmon but you'll want to use a grill basket if you have one to keep the fish from breaking apart.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Wonderful recipe!! This is very easy to make and a great light sandwich for the summer. Probably will never make salmon any other way again. "
Blackened Salmon Sandwich Recipe

15 Reviews for Blackened Salmon Sandwich

01/25/2012
Anonymous
SO GOOD

This is absolutely delicious and so so so easy to make. I used a cast iron grill on the stove and used another online poster's suggestion: I grilled the salmon for 2 minutes, then flipped it (only once), grilled it for 2 more, and put the whole pan into a preheated oven on broil for 4 minutes. Absolute perfection!

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06/13/2010
Anonymous

Wonderful recipe!! This is very easy to make and a great light sandwich for the summer. Probably will never make salmon any other way again.

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04/11/2010
Anonymous

This sandwich was absolutely delicious!! There was so much flavor from the salmon to the avacado mix to the plumb tomatoes!! MMM SOO DELICIOUS!!

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02/27/2010
Anonymous

Simple, easy, fresh, healthy and delicious... loved it! What more could you ask for? In fact, my 14 month old ate 1/4 of my fish!

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01/08/2010
Anonymous

This was delicious. I don't like uncooked onions so I blanched them let them cool and mixed them into the avocado and mayo. Used regular lettuce and a 12 grain high fiber whole wheat bread. A crusty role probably would hold up better because it was very messy, but it didn't matter because it tasted so good. My husband really enjoyed it, too. He thought if was very flavorful.

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