Do you ever have leftover cooked salmon? This is a great recipe to use your leftovers from the evening before. Use your leftovers to make a a healthy, delicious and easy to make open sandwich.
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- 1 piece of cooked salmon
- 1/2 cup of mayonnaise
- 1/2 cup of Greek yogurt
- half a lemon
- 1 teaspoon of grainy mustard
- 2 tablespoons of chopped celery
- 1 tablespoon of diced red onion
- 1 slice of white bread
- chopped lettuce
- 1 fresh tomato
- black pepper to taste
- In a medium size bowl mix mayonnaise and Greek yogurt.
- Squeeze lemon juice from a half a lemon wedge and add the mustard into the bowl. Mix everything together with a spoon.
- Add chopped salmon into the bowl. Mix well.
- Add chopped celery and diced red onions into the bowl and mix well.
- Next spread butter onto either a slice of French or Italian bread.
- Place chopped lettuce on the bread.
- Scoop several spoonfuls of the salmon salad onto the lettuce.
- For both decoration and taste add several pieces of dill on top of the salmon salad.
- Garnish with a a fresh tomato on the side.
It's that easy! If you like a little salt and pepper, add to taste. It is a great sandwich for either lunch or dinner. If need you desire to serve this as an appetizer, slice the bread into smaller pieces. This sandwich goes great with a Danish beer too.
We usually set the table with a Royal Copenhagen plate, a fork, a knife and a glass for the beer. When we have a Danish celebration, we traditionally have Danish beer and schnapps with an open-faced sandwich and say Skål frequently!
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