Egg Salmon Salad – A Leftover Salmon Recipe
Egg salmon salad. Yes…. it’s a twist on an old favorite. Egg salad is a relatively common meal for me. It’s easy, it’s fast, it has pretty decent nutritional value, and I always have hard-boiled eggs in my fridge.
I’m always looking for ways to use leftover salmon. I can eat leftover anything in it’s original form about 2-3 times before I have to start getting creative. And, with lots of fresh, wild Alaska salmon in my freezer, it’s time to get creative
This is such a simple recipe, but so good, so filling, and so healthy, that I’m amazed I didn’t think of it sooner! This dish is made up of salmon left over from my Grilled Alaska Salmon – 3 Ways post, a few days ago. 🙂
|Egg Salmon Salad – A Leftover Salmon Recipe||
- 1 hard-boiled egg
- 2 oz grilled fresh wild Alaska salmon, chilled
- 1 tbsp olive oil-based mayo
- 1.5 tsp horseradish mustard
- 1/2 tsp paprika
- pepper to taste
- sprigs dill for garnish and flavor
- Tear up salmon.
- Mash all main ingredients together with a fork.
- Add garnish and sprinkle spices to taste.
Egg Salmon Salad would be delicious on toast, with crackers (like Triscuit’s dill crackers), as a dip, in a lettuce bowl, or simply on its own.
This recipe can be easily multiplied depending on the number of people you wish to serve.
Create, and serve!
Looking for more great seafood recipes? Check out 7 Great Seafood Recipes for more ideas!