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MAX’S SCRUMPTIOUS WILD ALASKA KING SALMON SANDWICHES

What a fabulous flavor the
hot and sweet pickles add
to this salmon spread,
we use them in most all  of our sandwiches,
burgers, or individually on the
side with many other dishes...
Serves: (4 to 6)
Prep: 15 Mins.

Posted: by Max via Sandra

INGREDIENTS

3 cups pre-grilled salmon, flaked (no skin or bones)
2 ribs celery, finely chopped
3 scallions (green onions), finely sliced white and green parts
½ cup mayonnaise (more or less to reach desired consistency)
1 teaspoon French’s mustard
Max's Secret Ingredient
¼ teaspoon freshly ground pepper
1 teaspoon garlic powder 8 hot and sweet pickle slices, finely chopped
--and 2 red chili pickled peppers (from same jar), finely chopped
-----(recommended brand: Private Selection Snackers @ Fred Meyer)
1 iceberg lettuce leaves, torn into pieces
8 to 12 slices whole wheat bread

METHOD

Max's Salmon Spread
In a medium bowl, add all the ingredients, and fold to combine.  Place salmon spread onto half of the bread slices, top with lettuce leaves.  Cut sandwiches diagonally in half, and serve. – Enjoy!

Fresh Tomato Basil Soup






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Tip:  Our favorite is to serve these Salmon Sandwiches with Tomato Basil Soup (click on link below photograph).  Afterwards, we eat fresh wedges of organic oranges, which finishes the meal off quite nicely.




4 comments:

sandra said...

The tomato soup adds the perfect balance to these salmon sandwiches. The organic oranges are so succulent and sweet this time of year, so it was a nice choice to end our perfect lunch!

Sanford said...

I had some left over steel head trout which resembles and tastes like salmon so I thought that using the other ingredients would work and it did. I did not have the hot/sweet pickle mix so I substituted with bread & butter pickles and for the heat used Chicago Sport peppers. I was pleased :))))

sandra said...

Sanford, I just read your comment to Max and he's delighted, as am I! Thank you very much. BTW ~ many call Yakutat, Alaska (my hometown) the "Steelhead Capital of the World" -- I hope you have a terrific summer ;)

Anonymous said...

We prefer dill pickles to sweet. Give it a try.

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