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Spicy Salmon Salad Sandwiches


"I received a case of canned salmon for Christmas. I was looking for something a little different than tuna salad and decided to use some of the canned salmon. I adjusted a favorite tuna salad recipe to make this spicy version."
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15 m servings 368 cals
Original recipe yields 2 servings (2 sandwiches)

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  1. Put salmon into a bowl and use a fork to flake and mix with the liquid from the can. Mix cucumber and capers with the salmon.
  2. Stir mayonnaise, red wine vinegar, chile paste, and reserved liquid from the capers together in a bowl; add Sriracha hot sauce and adjust to taste. Pour mayonnaise mixture over the salmon mixture and stir to coat. Spoon onto toasted bread to make sandwiches.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 368 calories; 11.6 g fat; 31 g carbohydrates; 34.2 g protein; 50 mg cholesterol; 995 mg sodium. Powered by the ESHA Research Database © 2018, ESHA Research, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Good stuff!! Definately drain the salmon and use the liquid as needed.We double the recipe and added 3 tbls of minced onion and one extra tbls of red wine vinegar, left the cappers whole and add...

I drained the salmon, reserved the juice and would do that in the future. I would suggest you do the same, and add more of the liquid if needed. Even without the liquid, the consistency was "v...

Very good! Great option for lunch. I used frozen salmon patty cooked in a little bit of oil on the stove. I also added chopped onions, and a little bit of onion salt and celery salt. Will ma...

Loved the flavor! Dicing the cucumbers would make it easier to spread.

This was good, but as the others said, drain the water from the can and reserve it to add as you go IF you like it real soupy/wet. I prefer it not as wet so I didn't even use the water from the ...