Friday, September 9, 2011

Salmon Salad Sandwich

Here's an easy lunch idea- if you like tuna sandwiches, but don't eat them because of mercury, or if you just prefer salmon, try this!  It's not really a "recipe", just a method and an idea.  I keep these little salmon cups on hand so I can use them for my lunches sometimes.  One salmon cup is the perfect size for one good-sized sandwich.  Each cup contains 2.8 ounces of salmon.  Instead of mayo, I used some leftover Creamy Italian Salad Dressing to mix with the salmon.  Besides that, I just added some fresh cracked pepper and ate this on organic whole grain oat bread with some organic lettuce. 
Made this again Oct. 2015 using Costco's canned Sockeye (brought from the States) on a delish cheese roll.

Salmon Salad Sandwich
Makes One Sandwich

2.8 ounces canned salmon (or half a small can of boneless salmon)
1 tablespoon (about) mayo or fave salad dressing
fresh ground pepper, to taste
1 small rib celery, chopped
2 slices of bread
1 large leaf lettuce

1.  In a small bowl, mix salmon, mayo or salad dressing, and pepper together.  Mix in chopped celery.  Spread on one slice of bread and top with lettuce leaf.  Top with the other slices of bread.  Eat.  :)
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