Really delicious and a great way to eat canned salmon.
Salmon Salad Sandwich
From EatingWell: January/February 2010
Salmon salad served on tangy pumpernickel bread makes for an easy dinner—a double batch will give you lunch the next day.
10 Reviews for Salmon Salad Sandwich
I've been hearing a lot of good things about salmon recently in terms of health benefits. Unfortunately, I've never really cared for salmon, but I actually liked this sandwich. It didn't taste too salmony at all. It tasted more like a tuna sandwich to me. As a 17 year old with little to no cooking experience, this recipe was so easy and nearly impossible to mess up. I made it all by myself! My mother was impressed. I used regular whole wheat instead of pumpernickel. We loved it.
I am not one to eat canned meat... but I got some canned salmon that was on discount. searched the web for a good recipe to try and this one stood out... no mayo... or alot of fat. Love it... I could use a bit more lemon and a little bit of salt but it is really good! I was concerned but it is rather surprising I want to go back to the store and buy more! red pepper flakes would be good in this too for just a bit of pop. so yummy!! should of taken a pic... but didn't now it is gone... ;)
I enjoyed this meal for its ease and nutrition. I find salmon from packets is quite a challenge to flavor. I used 2- 5oz salmon packets and when I added the seasoning measurements as written I tasted only salmon. I used almost a 1/4 cup of lemon juice and still barely tasted it. The extra lemon juice created extra-runny salmon salad, which resulted in soggy bread.
It needs more crunch I am considering adding spring mix instead of romaine lettuce next time as well as a bit of salt. Overall I really felt good about eating this for dinner and cannot complain if my husband Loved it.