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Start any get-together off deliciously with this simple smoked salmon spread that will have everyone asking for the recipe. Make it up to two days ahead and serve with water crackers or matzos.
Serve this comforting meal for breakfast, lunch or dinner with a salad of baby greens on the side. The salmon comes from Changing Seas, our supplier partner in Norway, to honor our 30th Birthday. Their innovative fish farming practices exemplify our mutual commitment to responsible aquaculture, with no antibiotics and a suite of practices that protect the environment. The fish is slow roasted and smoked in Europe's premier smokehouse. If you've got leftover ham, you could certainly substitute, but you really must try it with the awesome salmon.
Serve this dish with a simple green salad or seasonal grilled vegetables for a delicious meal.
Dress salad greens with a mustard-y vinaigrette and serve alongside wedges of this smoky, pan-fried potato cake.
Achieve great flavor with just a handful of ingredients in this easy-to-assemble tomato and olive topping for fish. Look for roasted tomatoes on the olive bar.
The Middle Eastern flatbread known as lavash makes a sturdy wrapper for these super-flavorful lunch rolls. You can replace the turkey bacon called for with avocado if you like, or simply leave it out.
Any leftover salmon is great in green salads, pasta salads, omelets or sandwiches.
A bright mixture of strawberries, kiwi and cucumber pairs nicely with the rich flavor of salmon.
Deeply colored and richly flavored sockeye salmon is an excellent match for a sweet-tart mango relish. Be careful not to overcook the salmon; unlike other types of salmon, sockeye's distinctive reddish hue does not lighten much with cooking, so rely on a tender texture to determine doneness rather than on the fish's color.
Secret Ingredient: Wild Salmon
Chilled poached salmon with a refreshing horseradish sauce makes a lovely warm weather lunch dish. Use leftover salmon on sandwiches or in quick pasta meals. It's also delicious when added to a composed salad of blanched green beans, boiled small potatoes, tomatoes, hard-cooked eggs, fresh herbs, feta, olives and shallots. To learn how to make this recipe, watch the Secret Ingredient cooking show.
A simple garnish of cherry tomatoes and green onions lets the flavor of antioxidant-rich wild salmon stand on its own. Serve with a green salad.
This easy and quick salad is a great way to use leftover cooked salmon. Serve a spoonful atop a green salad with crispbread or large whole grain crackers.
In this easy recipe, the salmon is cooked simply in a parchment paper packet with slices of lemon and fresh basil. Use any leftovers to make an out-of-this-world sandwich by layering the salmon with vegetable cream cheese and cucumber slices on slices of toasted sourdough bread.
Serve this creamy spread on grilled or toasted bread alongside grilled vegetables for a filling lunch or enjoy with crudités and crackers as the start to any summer meal. Use leftover salmon from making the Grilled Salmon and Lemons with Herbs and skip the first step all together.
Secret Ingredient: Copper River Salmon
Use leftover compound butter tossed in pasta, spread on freshly baked biscuits or melted into a fresh vegetable sauté. To learn how to make this recipe, watch the Secret Ingredient cooking show.
Paired with a fresh green salad, this pasta makes a meal in less than 20 minutes. Feel free to substitute grilled wild caught salmon, available fresh in the summer months.
Tabbouleh salad is a beloved whole grain dish. As with traditional versions, this recipe uses fragrant mint and parsley to flavor the salad, which proves a great match for grilled salmon topped with fresh tomatoes and cucumbers.
This simple dish is perfect for a quick weeknight meal. Substitute tilapia fillets for the salmon as an alternative, if you like. Note that because tilapia is a bit thinner, it will cook faster.
Salmon pairs wonderfully with green lentils and tart apples. You’ll find truRoots organic dried sprouted lentils on the grocery shelf, but if you use regular green lentils, increase the lentil cooking time to about 30 minutes.
There will be plenty of time for romance this Valentine's Day if you make this simple yet delicious pasta for your sweetheart. Shallots, crème fraîche and lemon zest come together for a surprisingly flavorful sauce made even better with bite-sized pieces of smoked salmon.